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Bootham Crescent (ATT 2,757) 19th January 2013 - Kick off 15:00 Ref: T Kettle

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Chambers: On the treatment table

Chambers: On the treatment table

Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between York and Aldershot at Bootham Crescent.

York are hoping to receive international clearance for new signing Ben Everson in time for him to be included in the squad for the weekend tie.

Middlesbrough-born Everson, who most recently played in Iceland, signed a deal until the end of the season on Wednesday after training with the Minstermen for the past month.

Attacking midfielder John McReady is expected to be included in the squad again. He returned to the bench last week after spending over three months on the sidelines with a dislocated shoulder.

But manager Gary Mills is still without fellow striker Ashley Chambers following recent surgery to resolve a stomach/groin problem and on-loan forward Alex Rodman, struggling with a hamstring problem, is ineligible to play against his parent club anyway.

Defender Chris Doig (ankle) remains sidelined, but David McGurk, stretchered off in last week's home draw with Cheltenham with a neck injury, is expected to resume at the heart of defence.

Strikers Michael Coulson (knee) and Oli Johnson (groin) remain sidelined.

Danny Hylton serves the second game of his three-match suspension as Aldershot chase a fourth successive victory.

The striker missed last weekend's 2-0 win over Accrington having capped his superb hat-trick in the club's 3-1 FA Cup success over Rotherham with a red card.

Manager Dean Holdsworth brought in Craig Reid against Stanley, while Dani Lopez also replaced Aaron Morris as part of two changes, and he watched as his side recorded a third successive victory.

Holdsworth, who is expected to boast no new injury or suspension problems, must now decide whether to stick or twist with his line-up.

The Shots boss will, however, be without assistant Matt Bishop in the dugout after he left the club this week with immediate effect.

Bishop arrived alongside Holdsworth in January 2011 after the pair worked together at non-league Newport, but his departure comes as part of a restructuring programme at the Hampshire outfit.

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1 Shrewsbury Town 34 64
2 Burton Albion 34 64
3 Wycombe Wanderers 34 63
4 Luton Town 34 58
5 Bury 34 58
6 Southend United 34 58
7 Newport County AFC 34 53
8 Plymouth Argyle 34 52
9 Stevenage 34 52
10 Northampton Town 34 50
11 AFC Wimbledon 34 46
12 Morecambe 34 45
13 Portsmouth 34 44
14 Exeter City 34 44
15 Accrington Stanley 34 43
16 Cambridge United 34 41
17 Mansfield Town 34 41
18 Dagenham & Redbridge 34 40
19 Oxford United 34 39
20 York City 34 36
21 Carlisle United 34 36
22 Tranmere Rovers 34 34
23 Cheltenham Town 34 34
24 Hartlepool United 34 27