The Harriers caretaker manager, Shaun Cunnington, takes his team to his old stamping ground of Blundell Park tomorrow and will be hoping that his under performing team will be able to get the win that will convince the board that he's the man for the job.
In the short time that he's been in charge he has so far failed to cover himself in glory and neither have the team. With a full seven day break since we lost in the FA Cup game at Port Vale last Friday he has had time to really drum into this shower that the only way to convince the board is to start winning some games.
Ian Foster picked up an ankle injury in that game and he will be out for a couple of weeks and Wayne Hatswell will miss another game because of an accumulation of yellow cards but we do have some good news. Simon Brown has now fully recovered from his cracked tibia and will be starting the game.
There should be no other injuries apart from the ones we all know and love.
Grimsby are also struggling with some injuries and will be without Darren Mansaram (back) and Andy Parkinson. He limped off the training pitch on Wednesday and is very doubtful. As is Stacey Coldicott, he took a knock in training yesterday, and Justin Whittle.
Michael Reddy (sent off at Exeter last week) and Terry Fleming will be out due to suspensions and Terrell Forbes is in court on a rape charge so it's doubtful he'll want to play.
The Grimsby manager, Russell Slade, is now trying to bring in a loan striker but is not having much luck at the moment.
For us, we now have to work with what we have. No more loans, no more new signings and a temporary manager who desperately needs a win.
That gap at the bottom of the League has got to be closed up and the sooner the better.
Clarke, Lewis, Burton, Cooper, Sall, Beswetherick, Bennett, McHale, Advice-Desruisseaux, Jenkins, Keates, Diop, Christiansen, Gleeson, Brown, Stamp, Russell, Keene.
Williams, McDermott, Young, Ramsden, Crane, Whittle, Sestanovich, Crowe, Coldicott, Fraser, Soames, Bull, Pinault, Jones, Carchedi, Gordon, Forbes, Cramb, Heggarty.