RYAN FALLOWFIELD and Fraser Kerr are going through late health assessments forward of York City’s conflict with Torquay United on the LNER Community Stadium tomorrow afternoon (3pm).
Fallowfield and Kerr each got here off injured in Tuesday night time’s 1-0 defeat at FC Halifax Town, with the previous departing after simply 22 minutes and the latter substituted at half time.
Should the pair miss out, York can be down to only three match senior defenders, in Maxim Kouogun, Sam Sanders and Alex Whittle.
Centre-back Adam Crookes and right-back Michael Duckworth stay sidelined by way of damage whereas 18-year-old Ben Dale remains to be on mortgage at Ebac Northern League division one aspect Redcar Athletic.
The potential absences of Fallowfield and Kerr may power central midfielder Olly Dyson to drop to right-back, as he did in the course of the Minstermen’s profitable promotion run by way of the Vanarama National League North play-offs final season.
“It’s contact and go,” assessed City first-team coach Kingsley James on right-back Fallowfield and centre-back Kerr.
“We’ll have to attend and see tomorrow (Saturday) actually. That will dictate who performs the place.
“If they’re not match, they’re not match. We must handle the squad in addition to we are able to. We’re already quick in a few areas.
“We don’t need to throw folks in and create long-term accidents from one thing that probably may have been per week or a few weeks out.
“We’ve obtained what we’ve obtained and we’ll know extra after we do a take a look at within the morning.”
York stay with out injured pair Paddy McLaughlin and Manny Duku though new signing Nathan Thomas, who joined the membership on Thursday, is match sufficient for a possible City debut, almost definitely to return from the bench.