Swindon will look for their third win in three games as they host Grimsby at the County Ground on Saturday.
Both sides are level on 46 points in Sky Bet League Two following good spells in the league.
Richie Wellens’ side have only lost once in their last six, winning four, including back-to-back victories over play-off chasing MK Dons and Forest Green.
The win over Mark Cooper’s Rovers was Town’s first win at home in 2019 with Kaiyne Woolery and Theo Robinsonproviding the goals that day.
Four days earlier, Michael Doughty bagged two goals, with Keshi Anderson contributing a fine effort too, in an impressive 3-2 win over the Dons.
Grimsby’s form this season has been up and down, to say the least – the Mariners have won their last four, lost before that, and won the four before that. Michael Jolley’s side have only drawn four times all season.
Wes Thomas tops the goals for the Lincolnshire side with 11 to his name two of which came in the reverse fixture at Blundell Park, the start of a four-game winning streak for the Mariners.
Town’s last win against Saturday’s visitors came back in 2006 – Michael Pook, Andy Monkhouse and Lee Peacock were on the scoresheet that day.
Since Grimsby’s return to the EFL in 2017, Town haven’t been able to overcome them, losing each time the two have faced – all by a single goal.
17 Mar 2004 Swindon Town v Grimsby Town W 2-0 League Division 2
14 Oct 2006 Swindon Town v Grimsby Town W 3-0 League Two
17 Mar 2007 Grimsby Town v Swindon Town L 1-0 League Two
21 Nov 2017 Grimsby Town v Swindon Town L 3-2 League Two
21 Apr 2018 Swindon Town v Grimsby Town L 0-1 League Two
15 Dec 2018 Grimsby Town v Swindon Town L 2-1 League Two
Michael Jolley has never played a professional football match and has a degree in Economics from Cambridge University. After graduating, Jolley worked for HSBC in London and New York before getting back in the professional game for the first time since he left Barnsley at the age of 16.
While obtaining a sports coaching diploma he managed the Stirling University side in 2008 before going onto Burnley Under-23s, AFC Eskilstuna and Grimsby in March of last year.