EXETER will travel to York City having seen their run of three straight Sky Bet League Two successes end with a 1-0 defeat at Wycombe over the weekend.

The Grecians had seen off Hartlepool (2-0), Accrington (2-1) and Leyton Orient (3-1) in their previous encounters, but remain entrenched in mid-table eight points off the play-off places, but with three games in hand on seventh-placed Mansfield.

Exeter will visit Bootham Crescent boasting a full bill of health though.

Suspensions are not a problem either for the only League Two side not to have had a player sent off this season.

In fact, the Devon club have not had anybody receive their marching orders since Tom Nichols saw red last March.

Nichols remains the team’s 12-goal top marksman this term despite leaving for Peterborough on transfer deadline day at the start of this month.

Next in the goal charts are winger David Wheeler and centre-forward Alex Nicholls, who have both netted seven times.

Wheeler has gone 13 games without scoring – a barren run stretching back to October – while Nicholls has only hit the target once in his last ten outings.

On-loan Bournemouth striker Jayden Stockley, however, has managed three goals in five appearances since his loan switch last month with all three expected to feature in Tisdale’s first XI at Bootham Crescent.

At the other end of the pitch, ex-Minsterman Bobby Olejnik is the club’s only ever present, but he has managed just one clean sheet in the last ten league contests.

Exeter (probable): Olejnik, Butterfield, Brown, Ribeiro, McAllister, Wheeler, Watkins, McCready, Grant, Stockley, Nicholls.