Gainsborough Trinity will start today's FA Trophy semi-final second leg against Wrexham with the same starting eleven as they had in north Wales last week.
However, Steve Housham is keeping his formation under wraps. Last week, the team started the game 4-3-3, but the Blues boss is thought to want to get more support for striker Darryn Stamp today, which could see a 4-4-2 line-up with Jamie Yates taking up the second striker role, ot Terry Hawkridge playing a roaminmg role.
With Paul Connor declared fit, the front man becomes the second striker on ther bench for Trinity alongside Brad Barraclough. Also on the Blues' bench is Shane Clarke, Tyrone Thompson and Greg Young
The visitors make one change to their starting line-up with player-boss Andy Morrell starting today's match in place of Brett Omerrod.But the Dragons play a rigid 4-3-3 and are expected to stick to what they know.
Trinity: Budtz, Roma, Wilde, Waterfall, Hone, Leary, Russell, Nelthorpe, Yates, Stamp, Hawkridge
Wrexham: Maxwell, Wright, Riley, Harris, Wright, Morrell, Keates, Clarke, Hunt, Westwood, Ashton.