Match preview: Luton Town v York City

York City boss Gary Mills is backing his men to show their full potential in tomorrow's high noon showdown at Blue Square Premier rivals Luton Town (kick-off 12 noon).

Bad blood still lingers between the two clubs with York having ended Luton's promotion campaign in last year's play-offs semi-final which was marred by Luton crowd trouble after the match.

Tomorrow is the first time the two clubs have met since and with the Hatters third in the table, 14th-placed York appear to have a mountain to climb but Mills is firmly behind his Minstermen.

The York boss was upset with City's performance during last weekend's FA Trophy loss at home to Boston United but sees no reason why an upset cannot be forthcoming at Kenilworth Road.

"It's a really good fixture," admitted Mills.

"But let's hope we can show what we are capable of against a good side."

York could come face to face with former player Alex Lawless, inset,

who recently signed for the Hatters though Luton recently failed in a bid to lure City's David McGurk.

Josh Warrington, left, and Dennis Ceylan

Parenthood an added incentive for world title hopeful Warrington