Last Updated: Fri, 29 Mar 2013 10:53
Bristol Rovers will be without Oliver Norburn for the visit of York.
The 20-year-old midfielder has not recovered from an ankle injury in time to be available for the clash with the Minstermen or the Easter Monday meeting with Dagenham.
Norburn was withdrawn during the 2-0 victory over Port Vale and the injury required the use of a walking boot in the days that followed.
Manager John Ward, who saw his side's fixture with Bradford postponed last weekend, has Joe Anyinsah and Fabian Broghammer available again after hamstring injuries while Ellis Harrison is back at the training ground after Wales Under-21 duty.
Influential midfielder John-Joe O'Toole is set to feature but he will report back to parent club Colchester next week, with his three-month loan spell with the Pirates set to end after the Easter weekend.
Striker Matt Harrold (knee) is edging closer to a return to action following a six-month spell on the sidelines while fellow long-term absentees Garry Kenneth, Matt Gill and Adam Virgo have been at the National Sports Centre in Lilleshall recently in a bid to boost their own recoveries.
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