Michael Gash and Neil Barrett return to their former club this weekend, but neither are guaranteed a starting place in York City's side at Ebbsfleet United. The Minstermen have a full squad to select from following winger Adam Smith's recovery from illness. But Foyle won't be relying on sentiment when making his final decision at Stonebridge Road. “It’s always nice to go back to your old club to prove a point and I’m sure that will be in the back of their minds," he told The Press.“They will be champing at the bit to play a part but I’ve got other personnel as well.“I’m not concentrating on individuals because the decisions are hard enough as it is," Foyle added.“We will be having an overnight stay and it’s difficult to choose which two or three to leave behind.” The York boss believes that Ebbsfleet, who are currently nineteenth but have improved in recent weeks, are still in a very false position.“They have won at Luton and beaten Stevenage so I know it will be a very hard place to go," Foyle continued. “Ebbsfleet are in a false position and should be another ten places higher in the table.” His opposite number Liam Daish appears likely to name an unchanged side for the fourth successive game, which would allow midfielder Peter Holmes to face his former club. Daish will also be hoping that ex-Carlisle United striker Magno Vieira can maintain his very impressive goal-a-game record over the past eleven matches, on what will be his twenty-fifth birthday.