York v Doncaster preview.
Browne hoping to be fit for Dons clash
York City Knights full-back Nat Browne faces a race against time to recover from an ankle injury in time for the Kingstone Press Championship clash with Doncaster.
James Ford is still struggling with a groin problem, while Aaron Lyons looks like being sidelined for a number of weeks with a shoulder injury.
York coach Gary Thornton said: "We're struggling with depth at the moment. We've not got the biggest squad and we're struggling to bring players in, but I was very pleased with our effort last week."
Knights faced Doncaster in a recent Northern Rail Cup tie, and Thornton added: "I don't think they'll be too different to the team we played but they've had two good wins since then and got themselves above us in the league table, so that puts a bit of pressure on."
The Dons are likely to be without Grant Edwards (neck) as they look to follow up their 24-20 win at Workington Town - which earned them the Premier Sports Performance of the Week award - with another win on their travels.