CHESTER FC boss Neil Young has a midfield selection headache of the pleasant variety for today’s derby at Droylsden (3pm).
He must choose between Antoni Sarcevic, Ashley Williams, Scott Brown and Nathan Turner for the two central positions if he goes with a 4-4-2 formation.
Young rates Sarcevic and Williams as the best partnership in the Blue Square Bet North at present.
But Brown gave a reminder of his talents in the 3-0 success over Hinckley United on Saturday while on-loan Leeds United youngster Turner is pushing for his first start for the club.
Former England under 19s international Brown, whose career started at Everton, dictated the play in the victory over Hinckley which moved Chester 15 points clear at the top.
Williams was rested for the clash, along with Ben Mills, Craig Curran and Paul Linwood.
The key quartet return to Young’s squad for what is the second meeting with struggling Droylsden over the festive period.
The Blues ran out 5-0 winners when the teams met at the Exacta Stadium on Boxing Day.
But Young, who has a slight injury concern over Danny Williams, said: “It’ll be a difficult task as they’ve got some good young players who play the right way.
“They played some good football at our place, it was just they lacked a bit up top.
“To play two games in a week against the same side is always going to be difficult.”
Young was yesterday named the league's manager of the month for December.
The on-fire Sarcevic made it a club double by collecting the player award.
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