AFC TELFORD United visit York City tomorrow embroiled in a three-way fight for the two remaining National League North play-off spots up for grabs.

The Bucks dropped out of the top seven following their 0-0 home draw with Alfreton on Easter Monday and currently lie eighth courtesy of a goal difference that is one less than Bradford Park Avenue - the team directly above them.

Gavin Cowan’s men also only trail sixth-placed Blyth Spartans by a point with a goal difference that is again only inferior by one.

While Telford take on the Minstermen, therefore, visiting supporters will also have one eye on how Park Avenue are faring at title-hopefuls Chorley and if Blyth are prevailing in their home game with 13th-placed Southport.

The Shropshire side are unbeaten in seven games but have drawn five of their last six contests, which has cost them their position in the play-off frame going into the final programme of fixtures.

Monday’s match did, at least, end a run of 13 league games without a clean sheet although, at the other end of the pitch, the side have not endured a longer run all season than the five matches that have passed since top-scorer Daniel Udoh last netted.

Former Crewe striker Udoh has still hit the target 25 times in all competitions this season and ex-Bootham Crescent forward Amari Morgan-Smith has gone longer without appearing on the scoresheet.

Morgan-Smith is the visitors’ second leading marksman with ten goals but has not notched in any of Telford’s last ten games.

Midfielder Ellis Deeney – brother of Watford’s Premier League striker Troy – is expected to return to the starting line-up after serving a three-match suspension following his sending off against Chorley for stamping.

Former Harrogate Town winger Brendon Daniels could also be back after a spell on the sidelines with a niggling injury.