YORK City are expected to name a side featuring nine players with first-team experience for tomorrow night’s hastily-arranged North Riding Cup semi-final against Middlesbrough under-23s at Bootham Crescent.

Clovis Kamdjo is set to continue his comeback from cruciate ligament damage in the contest, alongside the likes of Luke Simpson, Josh Law, Dan Parslow, Marcus Williams, Connor Smith, Theo Wharton, Louis Almond and Raul Correia.

Exciting teenage winger Vinny Steels, signed from Darlington last month, is also poised to feature.

The match will kick off at 7pm, having been confirmed this morning, following the postponement of the Boro team’s development fixture against Wolverhampton Wanderers, which was due to be played tonight at AFC Telford United.

City’s reserves had been lined up to host Doncaster tomorrow afternoon at their Wigginton Road training ground, but that match was also called off.

The first date that had been proposed for the Boro game was next Tuesday (March 13), but City will now travel to Kidderminster that night after Saturday’s scheduled National League North meeting between the two teams fell foul of the Siberian weather conditions, nicknamed the “Beast from the East.”

Admission to tomorrow’s game will cost £3 for adults and £1 for concessions.

City edged past Boro Rangers 2-1 in the previous round, while a Boro team, containing no players with senior experience, thrashed Redcar 7-0 thanks to a hat-trick from ex-England under-17 international Stephen Walker and other efforts from Tyrone O’Neill (two), Patrick Reading and Bilal Brahimi.

The winners of the game will take on either Thornaby or Scarborough Athletic in the final.

Their last-four clash will be played on Wednesday, March 14, kick-off 7.45pm.