PAUL Hurst is set to go with the same squad which drew 2-2 at Kidderminster on Saturday against Barrow on Tuesday night (7.45pm).
Speaking on Mariners PlayerHD, the Town boss said: "I've had it in my mind to go with what we've got. We did come out of the game with no new injury concerns, so I want to give the lads that we've got another opportunity.
"I haven't got too many options. I was pleased with certain parts of Saturday. I've had time since my post match interview to watch the game again. I've looked at it and perhaps we've played a little bit better than I gave the lads credit for in a way. But there's still some things, as always, that were disappointing. And that feeling of it almost feeling like a defeat."
Scott Brown (foot/ ankle), Gregor Robertson (knee), Marcus Marshall (knee) and Jon-Paul Pittman (stomach strain) all remain sidelined.
And Paul Hurst has confirmed that there will be no new faces ahead of the clash with the Bluebirds.
He had previously stated that he is on the lookout for a new striker and reiterated his desire to bring in new blood following Saturday's frustrating 2-2 draw at Kidderminster.
However, speaking on Mariners PlayerHD, he said that the search is ongoing, but nothing will happen in time for Tuesday's game.