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2 May 2015

All the information you need about the League Two clash at Fratton Park

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Pompey end the 2014/15 campaign with a dead rubber against York.

Although the Blues will match last season's total of 59 points if they can beat the Minstermen at Fratton Park on Saturday.

They could also repeat their placing of 13th, although would need Dagenham & Redbridge, Oxford and AFC Wimbledon to all drop points.

York have triumphed six times on their league travels this term, which is one more victory than they have managed on their own patch.

A six-match unbeaten run saw them pull away from danger recently, although City have lost both of their last two fixtures.

The sides drew 0-0 at Bootham Crescent earlier in the season, while York won the previous three meetings.

Team News
Andy Barcham (knee), Ben Chorley (back), Danny East (hamstring), Nyron Nosworthy (hamstring), Josh Passley (head), Paul Robinson (fractured cheekbone), Ryan Taylor (groin) and Jack Whatmough (knee) are all sidelined for Pompey.

But Bradley Tarbuck could feature after returning from a spell on loan at non-league Dorchester.  

Josh Sinclair, Wes Fletcher and Emile Sinclair are all injured for the visitors, but Dave Winfield returns from suspension.

Head to Head
Pompey 4 wins,
York 7 wins,
2 draws

At Fratton Park
Pompey 3 wins,
York 2 wins,
1 draw

Referee: Rob Lewis
Assistants: Antony Coggins, Mark Derrien
Fourth Official: Justin Amey

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The News
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