The Gingerbreads return to The Meres after 3 away trips and 3 consecutive draws, with Grimsby Borough the visitors.
On Tuesday night, Luke Horne got the equaliser and his first for the Club in the 1-1 draw at high flying Dunston.
Head Coach, Louis Bland was delighted with his sides performance on the night "We were missing Rodrigo and Ryan due to work commitments so it was great to see players stepping up and helping us get a really positive result
Although we started slowly, that could be down to the standard of Dunston, but after their goal I thought we were the better side. We moved the ball really well and got into the areas we wanted to be in to cause them trouble.
The second half we dropped deeper, which wasn't the game plan, but that is something that naturally happens against sides that are up there and you want to protect what you have"
Grimsby Borough were not in midweek action, last time out they were at Winterton Rangers losing 2-1. Top scorer for them is Edwin Essell, his last goal was in their winner at Carlton between Christmas and New Year.
Earlier this season, The Gingerbreads were 2-1 winners at the Bradley Football Development Centre. Brad McGregor with goals, either side of the home sides goal.
Other than Ethan Bojang, who hopes to be in full training next Thursday, Louis Bland has a full squad to choose from.
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