The match of 6th round between York и Chester will take place at Bootham Crescent on 5 December 2020, Saturday.
The last meeting of these teams took place more than a month ago (1 February 2020) and ended with the victory of York with a score 4-2.
The distance between the teams in the league table is 3 points.
York takes the 14th position in the league table with 11 points. This is the 6th of 42 team game in the tournament.
York has the same number of points with the nearest team on top and can score 108. The distance from the bottom league record is 6 points. The nearest pursuer is 2 points lower and has the opportunity to score 105 points additionally. The goal difference is 11:6. The York defensive line is one of the TOP-4 in the tournament.
Chester takes the 6th position in the league table with 14 points. This is the 9th of 42 team game in the tournament.
The difference with the nearest team on top is 2 points (Chester can score 99 points). In addition, the distance from the TOP-4 is 3 points (99 points are possible). The nearest pursuer has the same number of points with Chester and can score 93 points. The goal difference is 16:13.
The team scored 17 points оn its own field in 10 last matches, with the following results 5 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses. The difference between scored and conceded goals is 15-13. The average number of goals is 1.5. The average number of cards in 10 last matches is 2.4.
Leading players in the last 15 matches in all tournaments: Sean Newton (6), KURT Willoughby (3), Alex Kempster (2), Michael Woods (2), Harry BUNN (2), Kieran Green (1), Dan Maguire (1).
The team scored 8 points when playing away in 10 last matches, with the following results 2 wins, 2 draws и 6 losses. The difference between scored and conceded goals is 14-21. The average number of goals is 1.4. The average number of cards in 10 last matches is 2.4.
The team has participated in 4 matches over the past two weeks. This can cause team fatigue and require the rotation of the main players.
Leading players in the last 15 matches in all tournaments: Danny Elliott (5), George Glendon (3), Anthony Dudley (2), Simon Grand (2), James Jones (1), Danny Livesey (1), Matty Waters (1).