PREVIEW | Grimsby Town (A)
Grimsby Town v Wealdstone
Vanarama National League
Saturday 29th January, 3:00pm kick-off
TICKETS Grimsby have two pricing structures for tickets, advanced and on the day. With advanced tickets subject to discounted rates, so we advise supporters to purchase in advance for this fixture.
Pre-match prices are £20 Adults, £13 Young Adults (15-18 years old), £13 Senior Citizens (Over 65s), £13 Students (with valid NUS card), £7 Unaccompanied Juniors (12-17 years old), £5 Accompanied Juniors (3-17 years old) and FREE for U3s.
Ambulant Disabled with Free Carer Price of Relevant Ticket Category (with proof of high or Enhanced Living Allowance) and Wheelchair & Carer Price of Relevant Ticket Category.
All ticket prices except for the Junior categories will increase by £2 on the day of the game, you can purchase your tickets HERE.
Please click the 'Change to Away' category at the top of the page, Stones fans will be housed in the covered Osmond Stand in Block A, please ensure you select the right section of the stadium.
Any disabled supporters who require a free carer can book their tickets by ringing (01472) 605050 option 4. Tickets which are booked for collection, and not e-tickets, will be left for collection at the Away Turnstiles 15-18 in Harrington Street.
If you need any further information please call Grimsby Town Ticket Office Manager Lisa Piggott on (01472) 605050 ext 8010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Both sides have suffered a slump in form since they last met in late-October when then table-topping Grimsby suffered a 1-0 defeat at Grosvenor Vale, with Wealdstone winning three times and the Marines just clocking up two victories since then. Midweek results saw Grimsby lose 1-0 to Wrexham thanks to a goal from their new £300,000 signing Ollie Palmer, whilst the Stones fought for a well-earned point in a 0-0 draw with Notts County.
Jack Cook came off injured midweek with a groin injury, he will be assessed this week to see if he will feature on Saturday or not. Stones were given an added boost when Douglas Taylor's red card appeal was successful, making him available for the trip to Grimsby. Another boost to Stuart Maynard's side was the inclusion of David Sesay in Tuesday night's squad, he made his debut after returning from AFCON duty with Sierra Leone. Aside from that the Stones have no fresh injury concerns with both Rhys Browne and Andrew Eleftheriou the only other injured players, although Browne is nearing a return.
WHAT WAS SAID?
Stuart Maynard: "They still play the same system in the games that we've watched from when we played them last, they played really well against Notts County the other day as well. They're not in the greatest of form but they are a top club who are striving to get promotion, but that's how hard this league is, they've only lost five or six out of their last ten games.
"Anyone can hit bad form in this league and we've just got to pick these points up wherever we can, like Tuesday night, we will respect that point even though I felt that we certainly edged it on the half chances, it wasn't a game of many chances but if we took one we would've probably taken all three points on Tuesday night."
Notts County (H) 0-0 D
Woking (A) 2-0 L
Dover Athletic (H) 2-1 W (Stevens, Charles)
Boreham Wood (A) 1-0 L
Needham Market (A) 2-1 L (Buse)
Wrexham (A) 1-0 L Bromley (H) 1-2 L (Maguire-Drew) Altrincham (H) 2-0 W (McAtee, Maguire-Drew) FC Halifax Town (A) 1-0 L FC Halifax Town (H) 1-1 D (Maguire-Drew)
WHO TO WATCH FOR?
Jordan Maguire-Drew: Maguire-Drew raised a few eyebrows when he quit Woking just weeks into the season after joining the Cardinals in the summer, only to then join Grimsby a week later. However, the winger has kicked off life at Blundell Park in some positive form by scoring three times in his six appearances so far. Wealdstone fans will remember him well for scoring the goal that knocked the Stones out of the FA Cup in 2016/17 whilst playing for Dagenham & Redbridge.
Played - 1
Won - 1
Drawn - 0
Lost - 0
Oct 2021 - Stones 1-0 Grimsby Town - (Buse)
Preview by Chris Woods