Sports made it five wins from five so far this year last time out when they impressively beat now top of the league South Shields 1-0 last week, despite being a man down for over half an hour.
Scarborough, a 100% fan owned club, pose another tough challenge for Mickleover, as they have been on equally good form, having gone 10 games unbeaten since their loss against South Shields on New Years Day.
The Seadogs sit in fourth in the table on 56 points, four points off the top but they have played more games then the majority of teams around them.
They beat Whitby Town 1-0 in their last game and could go third with another win this weekend.
Scarborough manager Jonathan Greening will be without his captain Michael Coulson who is sidelined with a hamstring strain.
Following Mickleover's magnificent 2022 form they have risen up the table away from the relegation places and now sit in 16th on 36 points.
Depending on other results Mickleover could go as high as 12th with a victory.
Sports will be without Phil Watt as he begins his suspension following his sending off against South Shields.
The two sides last met on October 1st at the Flamingo Land Stadium when the game ended 1-1.
This promises to be a good game as both sides will be coming into it full of confidence.
The game kicks off at 3pm on Saturday at the Don Amott Arena, tickets are available on the gate.