The Tiger's manager was appointed at the end of September following the departure of Dave McGurk, and has overseen two home and one away league victories since taking up the post, recording wins against Scarborough Athletic and more recently Ashton United, at home, their solitary away win to date coming against Nantwich Town, another of the sides around us. Sitting four places and a point below the Holy Blues, Trinity have a game in hand over Saturday's opponents, but will be keen to open up a gap at the foot of the table, with all three points come 4.45pm. On the road, results have been harder to come by for United and Trinity will be hoping that fortress Northolme will return to its normal difficult place to be for the opposition, come 3pm.

The youthful Gainsborough side assembled by Tom Shaw came through a couple of light training sessions following the battle of South Shields last time out, with the boss not revealing any fresh injury concerns ahead of the game.

"Tomorrow, we will once again pride ourselves on outrunning, outworking and outthinking our opponents and as we have shown in many home games this season, when we get into a rhythm with the ball we can cut the opposition apart with our talent and quality. Let’s all play our part in a big week and come 5pm next Saturday be satisfied with our efforts and points return, ready for the next challenges that lie ahead."

Inspiring words from the boss! Let's get behind him and the team and roar the side on to victory. Why not get your tickets in advance and save waiting around in the queues? Tickets are priced at £12 for adults, £8 for concessions, and £4 for under 16s, available to purchase online through our online ticket store.


Grab a copy of the match day programme from inside the ground on Saturday! There's the regular contributions of Dale Storey from BBC Radio Lincolnshire, Steve Andrews dips into the archives to see what he can find from the past. Pip Anderson continues his Trinity A-Z, while new recruit Declan Bacon answered the ten quick fire questions. Leading scorer Bradley Grayson tells us what he thinks about Carlton Palmer, his current management and the story behind his goal celebrations. All this and more inside this week's Big Interview, not to mention the thoughts of Head Coach Shaw and Club Captain, Lewis Carr. All this makes the purchase of the programme, printed by our friends at Matchday Creative, an unmissable part of your pre-match routine, priced at only £2.50.