The Beavers have enjoyed a good run of form in recent weeks that has seen them beat Heath in both league and cup.
“Scarborough are very beatable. We have prepared really well this week and we will certainly be going into this match looking for the win.”
“Our squad is a strong one and pretty much as it has been in the last couple of games. Our results speak for themselves and show the quality we have on the pitch.”
“Danny Morris has come back and is on the bench, however we are without both Alexander McPeake and Jack Howdle for this match.”
“Make no mistake, this is a big game for us against a side who poached one of our players, Rob Smith in the summer.”
“They might have had some insight to how we played last year from Smith, but with the total structure change, that’ll be no good to them on Saturday.”
Scarborough to date will feel they have enjoyed a good season losing just two games so far.
Last time out at home they lost to another side competing at the top Heath, a side Beverley left with a blooded nose twice.
Scarborough’s only other defeat came at the hands of the bottom of the league Selby, their only win of the entire campaign.
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