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York v Fleetwood preview

Following Saturday's postponement at Bootham Crescent due to a waterlogged pitch, York will host Fleetwood on Monday night in a rearranged League Two play-off semi-final first leg.

When Minstermen boss Nigel Worthington named his team at the weekend, it showed one change to the side that started the 2-2 draw at promoted Scunthorpe on the final day of the regular season - winger Will Hayhurst replacing midfielder Lewis Montrose, who dropped to the bench.

York have no new injury or suspension worries. Worthington had previously stuck with the same players for the last two matches as his side extended their unbeaten run to 17 games

York have lost only twice this year and are unbeaten at Bootham Crescent since January 28 when they lost 2-0 to Chesterfield.

The Fleetwood starting line-up named by Graham Alexander on Saturday night showed six changes to the side that lost 2-1 at Chesterfield last time out.

In came defenders Conor McLaughlin, Mark Roberts and Nathan Pond, plus midfielders Antoni Sarcevic and forwards David Ball and on-loan Iain Hume.

Dropping to the bench were defenders Stewart Murdoch, Liam Hogan and Stephen Jordan, midfielder Gareth Evans and striker Jon Parkin.

Ryan Cresswell was not named in the matchday 16, but Jamille Matt was included among the substitutes.

Midfielder Jeff Hughes will definitely miss out with a leg injury, and is unlikely to feature in the second leg either, but he is close to a return.

Hume was granted an extension on his loan deal from Preston to allow the Canadian striker to feature in the play-offs.