Harrogate are waiting on the fitness of Matty Daly and Levi Sutton ahead of their trip to Wanderers in the FA Cup second round.

The pair, who were absent from the squad that drew 2-2 against Wrexham in midweek, have rejoined full training.

Meanwhile, Mark Oxley, Toby Sims, Sam Folarin and James Daly are all ruled out for the clash with the Whites.

The Sulphurites were 2-0 down against Wrexham but hit back through Dean Cornelius and Anthony O’Connor to claim a precious point against the League Two promotion hopefuls.

After the game, long-serving boss Simon Weaver hailed his side’s character for fighting back and felt they could even have taken all three points.

“The performance felt really good, especially the second half,” Weaver told The Harrogate Advertiser.

"We were disappointed with the two goals that we conceded, but fighting back shows a lot of character and we could have ended up with a win.

"Coming back from 2-0 down, it’s hard to come back like that against a team of such quality, who are as physically powerful as they are. We had to get the ball down and play, and we did that in the second half.

"We said at half-time, ‘You are back in it, what’s done is done’. It wasn’t about pointing fingers, we just wanted the lads to be positive because we felt that we could hurt them a bit more. We went two up front and really went for their throats.

“There was a real energy and lots to like about that performance. I thought that we disorientated Wrexham a little bit with the pace of our passing and movement in the second half. I don’t think we played with any fear.”

Harrogate overcame non-league Marine in the opening round after a 5-1 victory at Rossett Park and are aiming to reach the third round for only the second time.

Wanderers have only faced the Sulphurites twice in competitive games, coming out on top both times during the 2020/21 campaign.