TOWN teenagers Anthony Lloyd and Andy Holdsworth go into Sunday's crunch clash at York City boosted by selection in Nationwide's divisional team of the week.

The 19-year-old's have been cited for their roles in the win against Boston, and manager Peter Jackson will encourage both his wing-backs to go for the jugular again at Bootham Crescent (3.00).

Striker Andy Booth (groin) trained successfully yesterday and has been added to a squad hunting a sixth straight League win for the first time since November 1999.

Jackson will wait for tests on Jon Stead (Achilles) and Nat Brown (knee) but hopes to name an unchanged side for the 3,355 fans who will make it home from home.

"Lloyd and Holdsworth have done superbly for us and they deserve this smashing honour," said Jackson today.

"They are still only young and learning all the time, but they are getting better by the game and playing a big part in the winning run which we want to keep going.

"I do rate the pair of them very highly, they are making those positions their own and they are loving every minute of the season so far.

"I like them to attack as much as possible and nothing will change on Sunday. All the lads are looking forward to it and, if we can come back with the points, it will be a major boost to the whole club."

Jackson is still searching for short-term goalkeeping cover as Ian Gray - who will again be on the bench - is battling to fully recover from a broken left hand.

Skipper Rob Edwards was expected back in training today while Stead and Brown will have tests tomorrow as Town prepare to face a York side beaten only twice at home all season.

"We are taking our biggest following in years over there on Sunday and the fans have a massive part to play in what will be a difficult game," added Jackson.

"From the moment we run out, it's important they get right behind everyone in blue and white stripes and I don't need to tell any of the fans how important this match is to us.

"They can make it feel like a home game for us and, while we know York will be tough, if we play to the standards we are capable of then I'll be happy."

On the fitness front, Jackson explained: "It's a pity for Nat and Steady that they haven't been able to train, but they both should be okay.

"If there does turn out to be a problem with one or both of them, then I've got Andy Booth and Jon Newby as cover, which is great."

York have ex-Town man Darren Edmondson and defender Chris Smith back from suspension and both are expected to play.

York - Ovendale, Parkin, Brass, Hope, Cooper, Merris, Walker, Ward, Dunning, Edmondson, Smith, Nogan, Bullock, Brackstone, Fox, Yalcin, Porter, Davies

Town - Senior, Holdsworth, Lloyd, Clarke, Sodje, Yates, Fowler, Worthington, Schofield, Stead, Brown. Subs from: Booth, Mirfin, Newby, Holland, Mattis, Edwards, Gray.

Referee - Nigel Miller (Durham).