Fleetwood Town V York at Highbury Stadium : Match Preview

15 May 2014 12:31
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All good for Goodall

Alan Goodall's return from suspension gives Fleetwood manager Graham Alexander a selection dilemma ahead of the second leg of the Sky Bet League Two play-off semi-final against York.

Goodall has served a three-match ban for the red card he received against Wycombe on Easter Monday, Steven Schumacher deputising in the holding midfield role in his absence.

Schumacher performed well on Monday night as the Cod Army gained a 1-0 first-leg advantage at Bootham Crescent so Alexander must decide whether or not to restore Goodall to his starting line-up.

Jeff Hughes (leg) remains Alexander's only injury concern and the midfielder is likely to remain on the sidelines.

York boss Nigel Worthington is expected to choose from an unchanged squad.

Worthington has no new injury or suspension worries, though he could be tempted to make one or two tactical changes.

Striker Ryan Bowman is pushing for a recall alongside Calvin Andrew and if Worthington opts to beef-up his forward line, Michael Coulson could switch to a wide role up front.

Midfielder Lewis Montrose, who made way for Will Hayhurst in the first leg, is another player who provides Worthington with an alternative option.

Source: PA