Fifteen-goal Walker missed the recent FA Cup defeat against Wrexham because of an ankle injury but is set to be recalled as the hosts revert to their strongest line-up against the North Wales side.“He’s okay. He trained for the first time yesterday because, even though his ankle’s been fine, he’s been ill," York manager Gary Mills told The Press.“He completed the whole session with us yesterday and looked sharp. It’s good to have him back and he should be all right.” Mills was expected to rely on the side unbeaten in their previous six league games and therefore Ashley Chambers, Matty Blair and Andre Boucaud should also return in addition to defensive trio Jon Challinor, Jamal Fyfield and Chris Smith.“What a game to put last weekend behind us. It’s a six-pointer and a big match even in November," added Mills.
"The players are up for it. We have worked hard and they are ready to get a massive three points.
"I’m confident we can beat anybody in this league if we play how we can and I’m sure we will relish tomorrow’s match and show what we are about.” Wrexham are likely to be without skipper Dean Keates and Jamie Tolley although fellow midfielder Lee Fowler is back in contention after recent knee surgery.