SCOTT Brown and Carl Magnay both returned to training today and will both come into consideration for Tuesday's Vanarama Conference Premiere League clash against FC Halifax at Blundell Park.
Brown has been out of action with ankle ligament damage since October 18, but has made a rapid recover and a return to full training.
But Carl Magnay, who was forced to sit out Saturday's FA Cup tie with a knee injury, is the more likely to make a return against the Shaymen.
Paul Hurst, speaking to Mariners Player, said: "We are injury free. Scott Brown trained today and afterwards he was happy.
"Carl Magnay has trained today, so I've got a few team selection options to look at.
"Mags (Carl Magnay) hasn't really missed much training at all, Browny, maybe slightly different, but that said, I know what he's like and he has been doing his fitness work with Dave."
Loanee Harry Pell also comes into the reckoning. He was forced to miss that cup tie against the U's because his parent club AFC Wimbledon didn't want him to be cup-tied.
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