BRADFORD (Park Avenue) will be only the third team to take to York City's new LNER Community Stadium pitch after the pair's league fixture was rearranged for Tuesday, February 2.

The original fixture was set to be the final ever match at City's 88-year home on January 2 but a frozen pitch put paid to those plans.

It means Mark Bower's men will face a gruelling schedule. Five games in 15 days against the likes of York, Farsley Celtic and Hereford begins on the last weekend of this month.

It has been a confusing time in regards of the Chester rescheduling. Firstly, it was planned for next Tuesday after snowy conditions prevented the match from happening five days ago.

However, Brackley Town have returned positive Covid-19 tests amongst their players and staff so the game with the Seals will now take its place this coming Saturday (3:00pm).

Meanwhile, Guiseley's rescheduled games with Curzon Ashton, Farsley Celtic and Leamington have also received dates.

Each match was postponed for different reasons. Positive Covid tests halted Curzon on January 9, bad weather prevented the clash at Farsley twice, and Leamington's progression in the Buildbase FA Trophy came in the way of their hosting of the Lions on January 16.

Ashton's visit to Nethermoor will coincide with Avenue's York meeting, February 9 (7:45pm) is the date for the Citadel tie and another midweek game at the New Windmill Ground will occur on February 23 (7:45pm).

The Lions' match with Kidderminster Harriers scheduled for next Tuesday has been postponed after a coronavirus event within the visitors' squad.