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Chasetown FC aiming to extend unbeaten run against Scarborough

Chasetown FC will look to continue their unbeaten run as they entertain Scarborough Athletic.

The Scholars have gone ten league games without defeat, but could see their play-off hopes hampered by the resignation of basement club Eastwood Town.

The results against Eastwood are likely to be expunged, meaning a revised table could see Chasetown with four less points and an even bigger mountain to climb if they hope to extend their season.

But manager Craig Harris will know that his charges can only keep on collecting the points and hope the sides above them slip up, regardless of the outcome of the Earlswood situation.

And he will hope his side can improve on the 1-0 league defeat they suffered at Scarborough earlier in the season.

Kick-off at The Schoalrs Ground tomorrow is at 3pm.

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