Paul Cox faces selection poser for Guiseley



Posted Friday, November 03, 2017 by PA

Guiseley boss Paul Cox has some tough selection decisions to make for his side's FA Cup first round tie against Accrington.

Cox made changes for last week's win at Woking with both Mike Fondop and Simon Lenighan dropping to the bench.

But the pair are in line to return amid a lengthening injury list and with the Lions' two latest signings both ruled out.

Striker Rowan Liburd cannot play under the terms of his loan deal from Stevenage, while Alex-Ray Harvey is cup-tied having played for Barrow in a previous round.

Accrington boss John Coleman hopes defender Seamus Conneely will have recovered from the hamstring injury which forced him to miss last weekend's win over Barnet.

Goalkeeper Max Stryjek has been on the bench for the last two matches after returning to fitness following a hamstring injury and could be given a run out in the cup.

Coleman may also choose to rest striker Billy Kee, whose 10 goals this season have helped fire Stanley to second place in Sky Bet League Two.

Other squad players may also be given a chance with the focus remaining on the league campaign.

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