Check out our preview as City face the best home record in League Two.

Kick-off: Saturday, February 10 (3pm)

Venue: Racecourse Ground

Possible line-ups


GK Arthur Okonkwo, CH Aaron Hayden, CH Ben Tozer, CH Jordan Tunnicliffe, RWB Ryan Barnett, CM Andy Cannon, CM George Evans, LWB James McClean, AM Elliot Lee, F Paul Mullin, F Jack Marriott.

Substitutes: Dalby, Fletcher, Mendy, Bolton, O'Connell, Jones, Howard.

Leading scorer: Elliot Lee, 13.

League position: Fourth

Last four matches: Salford (a) L1-3, Blackburn (a) L1-4, Newport (a) L0-1, Wimbledon (h) W2-0.

One to watch: Deadline-day signing Jack Marriott could be handed a first start up front.


GK Sam Walker, CH Jon Tomkinson, CH Matty Platt, CH Ciaran Kelly, RWB Brad Halliday, CM Richie Smallwood, CM Kevin McDonald, AM Alex Gilliead, LWB Lewis Richards, F Calum Kavanagh, F Andy Cook.

Substitutes: Smith, Chapman, Pointon, Oduor, Stubbs, Ridehalgh, Doyle.

Team news: Jake Young is a doubt after his swollen ankle so Calum Kavanagh could make his first start. Andy Cook is pushing for a recall after being benched against Wimbledon.

Leading scorer: Andy Cook, 13

League position: 18th

Last four matches: Wimbledon (h) D0-0, Doncaster (h) W1-0, Swindon (a) L0-2, Salford (h) D1-1.

Referee: Liverpool's Ben Speedie was also in charge for City's last visit in the Carabao Cup second round when they won on penalties.

Match odds: Wrexham 17/20, City 27/10, Draw 13/5.

Last time sides met: Adam Wilson scored the equaliser for City in a 1-1 draw at Valley Parade in October.