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Phil Parkinson previews

The manager is previewing tomorrow’s match at Blundell Park. Phil Parkinson previews is determined for his team to get back to winning form this weekend as they travel to Grimsby Town. It’s an opportunity to build on their recent away victory against Morecambe, where they displayed a strong performance at the Mazuma Mobile Stadium.

Despite going two games without a win, they are still firmly in contention for promotion with nine crucial matches remaining in the season. The team has had a positive week of training, and Parkinson believes they are eager to embark on a new winning streak.

Phil Parkinson previews match against Grimsby Town

In midweek, the reserve team faced Salford City in the Central League, with experienced players like Tom O’Connor featuring for an hour. George Evans continues his return to training, while Ryan Barnett underwent a scan for an injury sustained in a previous match.

The news of progress from O’Connor and Evans is encouraging during this pivotal period of the season. However, James Jones’ recovery progress isn’t as promising.

Grimsby Town, currently in 20th place and six points away from relegation, have undergone a change in management since their last encounter with Wrexham. Under new management, they’ve enjoyed a five-game unbeaten run.

Parkinson anticipates a lively atmosphere for tomorrow’s game and acknowledges Grimsby’s shift in playing style to adapt to their relegation battle.

Apart from the upcoming fixture, results in the National League have ensured that Wrexham’s record points total from last season remains intact. Despite the possibility of Chesterfield being crowned champions, they cannot surpass Wrexham’s record-setting 111 points.

Parkinson expressed satisfaction with maintaining the record and praised Chesterfield’s successful season.