A double header at Blundell Park awaits for Grimsby Town as they prepare to launch straight back into EFL League Two action.
Following the narrow weekend defeat against Forest Green, the Mariners welcome Colchester United and Port Vale to Cleethorpes in the space of four days.
But can Michael Jolley’s side make it a week to remember?
Here is everything you need to know – including the latest injury from both sides – ahead of the meeting with Colchester.
Swedish defender Ludvig Öhman (head) is almost certain to miss out, once again, for Town.
After being forced off following a clash of heads against Bradford City last weekend, the former Kalmar FF man didn’t feature against Doncaster Rovers or Forest Green.
Ahkeem Rose (hamstring) remains a doubt after missing both of those clashes, too.
Town’s long-serving goalkeeper James McKeown (groin) pulled up at the New Lawn, meanwhile, but he should be available having been able to continue until the final whistle.
As for the visitors, the only player they are likely to be without against Town is Cohen Bramall, who will serve the second game of a three-match suspension.
The 23-year-old defender, who came through the ranks at Arsenal, was sent-off against Swindon in the Carabao Cup.
What happened last time?
Back in April, the wait for another victory in League Two continued for Town as they were beaten 1-0 by Colchester.
Frank Nouble scored the only goal of the game in the first half, but in truth it was much more comfortable for the hosts, who could have scored more, while Danny Collins saw red late on for the Mariners.
Just one change was made to the starting line-up ahead of kick-off, with Reece Hall-Johnson included on the left-hand side of defence, once again, in place of Sebastian Ring.
Youth graduate Jock Curran was given his first taste of senior football as he was named on the bench, where he was joined by Rose, making his return from injury.
What the managers are saying…
Town boss Michael Jolley said: “We are a team that’s growing and improving. Part of that is you are going to lose some games along the way, and it’s how you respond.
“I think we have got a resilient group that will get back on it.
“We have got two home games coming up this week. It’s important that we go into those on the front foot and we try and get some points.”
On his side’s 2-1 defeat against Cambridge United at the weekend, Colchester manager John McGreal added: “Before they scored, we were running away with the game.
“We were dominating and pulling Cambridge all over the place. We played some brilliant football and got into great areas, but we should have been more clinical.
“We got into some really good positions but slashed at things, sending shots wide, or didn’t pick people out when they were better placed.
“I’m bewildered as to how we lost and it was tough to take.”
Pick your line-up
Step into Jolley’s shoes and pick your line-up for the meeting with Colchester below.
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