Check out our preview for City's final home game of the season.

Kick-off: Saturday, May 1 (3pm)

Venue: Valley Parade

Possible line-ups


GK Sam Hornby, RB Finn Cousin-Dawson, CH Paudie O'Connor, CH Anthony O'Connor, LB Connor Wood, CM Elliot Watt, CM Levi Sutton, RM Gareth Evans, AM Callum Cooke, LM Charles Vernam, F Andy Cook.

Substitutes: Scales, Novak, Donaldson, Stevens, Sikora, Foulds, O'Donnell.

Team news: Billy Clarke and Ollie Crankshaw both trained yesterday and could be in contention to return.

Leading scorer: Andy Cook, eight.

League position: 14th

Last four matches: Salford (h) L0-1, Port Vale (a) L1-2, Tranmere (h) L0-1, Harrogate (a) L1-2.


GK Mark Howard, CH Jacob Bedeau, CH Emmanuel Onariase, CH George Taft, RWB Teddy Howe, RM Alex Gilliead, CM Jed Karacan, LM Alfie Beestin, LWB Mason O'Malley, F Abo Eisa, F Kevin van Veen.

Substitutes: Green, Hippolyte, Spence, Rowe, Jessop, Pugh, Watson.

Team news: Scunthorpe are without Ryan Loft and John McAtee, who are both ill.

Leading scorer: Abo Eisa & Ryan Loft, nine

League position: 22nd

Last four matches: Newport (a) L0-4, Walsall (h) L0-2, Mansfield (a) L0-3, Forest Green (a) L2-3.

One to watch: Leeds-born teenager Mason O'Malley is seen as a bright prospect for the future.

Referee: Marc Edwards, from Tyne & Wear, officiated in City's 3-0 win over Southend in November.

Odds: City 10/11, Scunthorpe 29/10, draw 12/5.

Last time sides met: Scunthorpe won 2-0 at Glanford Park in March after the previous game was abandoned because of snow.