Scarborough Athletic turn their attentions to home advantage against Mickleover on Saturday and Atherton on Tuesday night after a mixed bag of results on the road over the past few days.
After beating Grantham on Saturday, Boro were then thumped on the road at FCUM.
New signing, Jake Day will make his Boro home debut in front of the Boro faithful against Mickleover, who are in 17th position. Boro, with a game in hand on most teams above them, could climb up to 7th with a win.
Saturday's visitors contain former Boro loanee, Dec Bacon and have recently acquired the services of former Derby midfielder, Lee Holmes.
* Proof may be required. **Must be accompanied by a paying adult.
We will also be unveiling the new Boro Club Shop located at pitch side, containing a new leisurewear range. Further details will be provided later this week.
Turnstiles for Saturday open from 1.30pm for a 3pm kick off. Tuesday's turnstiles open at 6.30pm for a 7.45pm kick off. As best practice, we ask all supporters to sanitise their hands upon entry and maintain social distancing wherever possible.
There are over 200 free car parking spaces at the Sports Village. Please refrain from parking on nearby streets and respect our neighbours.
Prior to Saturday's fixture, we will be holding a minute's applause to remember Norman Marson who sadly passed away two weeks ago. Norman supported the seadogs for over 80 years through the good and the bad. Norman will be fondly remembered by many long-term supporters, attending games regularly up until the pandemic.
Request for Volunteers
We continue to recruit new volunteers to support our current matchday operations. If you are able to assist in helping with Golden Gamble sales, teamsheet distribution, turnstile operating, pitch watering or selling programmes, we would like to hear from you.