Date: 15th April 2008 at 8:30am
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Grimsby are at home to Wycombe on Tuesday night and will be trying to end their five game losing streak.

Wycombe will be looking for a win in a bid to finish in a the play-offs when they travel to Blundell Park tonight.

Vital Grimsby Says:

Town will be looking to try and finish the season with wins but don`t have a good record against Wycombe, only winning 1 in 13 games.

Grimsby Team News:

Both Rob Atkinson and Paul Bolland have returned to training on Monday and could make the starting line-up to face Wycombe.

Justin Whittle remains sidelined while Ryan Bennett is in Hartlepool with the England Under 18s.

Danny North remains out with tendonitis while Gary Jones waits to have an operation on his foot.

Nathan Jarman returns from a one-match ban.

Player to watch: Phillip Barnes

Has been pulling of some good saves and will be hoping to keep a clean sheet.

Wycombe Team News:

Keeper Scott Shearer returned to training for Wycombe on Monday after an ankle injury but is set to miss the trip to Blundell Park while Leon Knight will play before he serves a two-match ban for picking up 10 yellow cards.

Player to watch: Scott McGleish

Is the top scorer for Wycombe and scored two goals against Town when they met this season at Adams Park.

Match & Facts Summary:

The last time Town played Wycombe was this season on 20th October at Adams Park and Wycombe beat the Mariners with a 3-0 win.

Last Meeting at Blundell Park: Grimsby 0-0 Wycombe 9/4/2007

Times played Wycombe since Town last won: 8

Head-to-Head
Grimsby: 1
Draws: 6
Wycombe: 6

Grimsby are 13th in the League with 55 points, their home record in the league this season is: Won: 7 Drawn: 5 Lost: 9 For: 25 Against: 29.
Wycombe are 7th in the League with 69 points, their away record in the league this season is: Won: 8 Drawn: 6 Lost: 7 For: 26 Against: 26.

Latest Odds with William Hill.
Grimsby to win: 2/1
Draw: 23/10
Wycombe to win: 21/20

Match Prediction:

Grimsby 1-2 Wycombe 8/1

The Mariners Next Fixture:

Saturday 19th April 2008
League Two.
Bradford vs. Grimsby (3pm)