YORK City will look to bounce back from Tuesday night’s frustrating defeat to Dorking Wanderers with a second consecutive home match against Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday.

The misery of midweek will haunt York as they target an immediate return to winning ways against a Dagenham & Redbridge side currently on a high, after defeating Oxford City 7-1.

Three points for City could see rise as high as 12th in the Vanarama National League table, subject to goal difference, with the relegation zone lurking over the Minstermen's shoulder.

Kick-off: Saturday, February 17 (3pm)

Venue: LNER Community Stadium

Predicted line-ups:

York City (5-2-3): Sykes-Kenworthy; Fallowfield, Smith, Howe, Crookes, Amos; Woodyard, Batty, Barnes; Davies, Akinyemi

Team news: Dan Batty could be a risk after making his first start in four months in midweek.

Levi Andoh and Callum Harriott remain unavailable with long-term knocks, whilst Olly Dyson continues to receive treatment on a foot injury.

Leading scorer: Dipo Akinyemi (11)

League position: 18th

Manager: Neal Ardley

Last five: Loss - Dorking Wanderers (H) 0-1, Win - Southend United (A) 0-1, Draw - Maidenhead United (H) 1-1, Loss - Hartlepool United (A) 2-1, Win – Oxford City (A) 1-2.

Dagenham & Redbridge (3-5-2): Justham, Ling, Tavares, Eastman; Rees, Hessenthaler, Vincent, Appiah-Forson, Hill; Effiong, Pereira

Team news: Inih Effiong and Josh Rees were both named in the team of the week after dominant displays in a 7-1 victory over Oxford City.

The visitors boast an almost fully fit squad, with little to no long-term injuries threatening to disrupt their selection choice.

Leading scorer: Inih Effiong (14)

League position: 12th

Manager: Ben Strevens

Last five: Win - Oxford City (H) 7-1, Loss - Chesterfield (A) 1-2, Win - Rochdale (A) 1-2, Draw - Solihull Moors (A) 1-1, Loss - Kidderminster Harriers (H) 0-1.

Match odds: York City 13/8, Draw 23/10, Dagenham & Redbridge 7/4

Previous meeting: Out of the last five matches between these two sides, York have visited Dagenham & Redbridge on four of the occasions, with it being just the Daggers’ second visit in eight years.

Late, late drama for the Minstermen saw Ryan Hill put Dagenham ahead in the 59th minute, before two quickfire late strikes saw York supporters celebrate in the away end last October.

Lenell John-Lewis levelled the scoreline in the 85th minute, before a 94th minute winner from Dipo Akinyemi saw City record an important three points on the road with a 2-1 victory.