A mid-table clash in League 2 sees Accrington Stanley host Grimsby Town at the Wham Stadium.
Accrington will look to extend their unbeaten run at home since the turn of the year, and get revenge against a Grimsby side who defeated Stanley 2-0 at Blundell Park back in December.
The Mariners, with their optimistic hopes of a late push for a place-off spot ruled out by manager Marcus Bignot, will be hoping to complete the double over Stanley and get back to winning ways.
Accrington come into this fixture in fine form, having won 4 of their last 5 games in the league and not tasting defeat since February 11th against Portsmouth.
Grimsby Town’s form of late very much represents their current mid-table position in the league, pick up just 10 points from a possible 21.
Accrington’s Slovakian goalkeeper Marek Rodak is unavailable as he is represented his country at under 21 level. Meanwhile Scott Brown will be serving the second of his 5 match ban.
Mariners centre half Gavin Gunning is set for a return to the starting lineup, deputising for the suspended Danny Collins who was sent off in their last outing against Crawley Town.