Today at Throstle Nest, Farsley Celtic are set to host Scarborough Athletic in which is a vital match for both sides. Scarborough have had a disappointing start to the season and lie in 11th, while Farsley, who have performed well in most games, lie in 21st, 3 points adrift of safety. These two sides have already met this season at Queensgate, Scarborough coming out on top thanks to a goal from Thomas Corner. Farsley will be without the services of key defender Paddy Miller who serves a one match ban for his sending off in the FA Trophy defeat at Shaw Lane Aauaforce. Ryan Serrant played a full 90 minutes in Tuesday’s league cup victory on his return to fitness, which is a timely boost for The Celts who have no other injury concerns. Scarborough Athletic will be without the services of right-back Joel Dixon who has left the club in the past week, but have no apparent injury concerns.