YORK City will try and tame a Harrogate Town team that has already plundered 106 goals in all competitions this term.

Tomorrow’s derby clash at Bootham Crescent will pitch the Minstermen up against a team that, with 90 National League North goals to their name, has also outscored any other team in the division by 19 goals.

Table-topping Salford boast the next-highest tally on a distant 71 and Harrogate’s 5-1 home triumph against Blyth Spartans on Easter Monday represented the tenth occasion Simon Weaver’s men have netted four or more times in a fixture this season.

That thrashing was achieved without 21-goal leading-marksman Joe Leesley making the scoresheet and his current run of seven games without hitting the target is his longest barren sequence by far during 2017/18, beating his previous worst drought of three fixtures.

But, when the England C international winger is not hitting the target, he is usually teeing up chances for others, having also contributed 25 during a sensational campaign.

George Thomson (12) and Jordan Thewlis (ten) have also hit double figures in goals, while former City loan striker Jake Wright bagged a brace against Blyth.

The 21-year-old forward has netted four times in eight games over two spells for the second-placed Wetherby Road outfit, signing permanently from Sheffield United last month, after his autumn loan spell from Bramall Lane was curtailed by injury following two appearances.

Another familiar face was also on target against Blyth with ex-City centre-back John McCombe, now 33, claiming his first goal in nine outings since a February switch from Chester.

But McCombe will not be lining up alongside on-loan Leeds United defender Liam Kitching at the back for Harrogate.

Kitching will be serving the first game of a three-match suspension against the Minstermen, although he was ruled out on Monday by injury anyway.

Otherwise, Weaver has a fully-fit squad to choose from.