Scarborough and Farsley couldn’t have had more different results on the opening day, with Scarborough comfortably defeating New Mills 3-0, while Farsley succumbed to the same scoreline against Kendal Town. Scarborough have no apparent injury concerns, whilst Steve Mallory will come up against one of his former clubs for the first time since departing. The Celts only doubt is Aaron Hardy after he hobbled off during the opening match of the season, his first competitive game after a long layoff from injury.

The last time these two sides met was in a fiery encounter at Thorstle Nest last season, with the game ending 2-2 after a controversial red card for Thomas Corner.

Scarborough will be aiming for two wins from two, whereas Farsley will be looking to put Saturday’s performance to the back of their minds and get their first points of the season.

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