Derek Adams' Morecambe have failed to win in their previous two games, and look to avoid a potential blip in the play-off race as they face a Harrogate side they defeated in December.
Morecambe are expected to favouritise their usual counter-attacking football, as the Shrimps currently average the worst possession stats in the division with an average of just 42.4% per match.
The Sulphurites will be targeting their first ever victory against Morecambe, but may have to rely on set pieces and the height and frame of their attack, as 12 of Harrogate's 39 goals have come from set pieces this campaign.
Long-term absentees Joe Cracknell and Mitch Roberts will both continue to be unavailable.
Nathaniel Knight-Percival and Brad Lyons will also be missing due to knocks.
Harrogate Town: Belshaw; Fallowfield, Smith, Burrell, Jones, Thomson, Francis, Falkingham, McPake, Beck, Muldoon.
Morecambe: Letheren; Cooney, Mellor, Davis, Gibson, Songo'o, O'Sullivan, Wildig, Diagouraga, Mendes, Stockton.
Ones to watch
Powerful winger George Thomson has worked his way through the non-league to reach the football league and make an impact - and that he has done.
Thomson has settled comfortably in the EFL, and in 35 games had managed three goals and seven assists to help nurture the Sulphurites squad. The 28-year-old also averages a player rating of 7.1, showing his consistency and work rate down that right wing.
The former Atletico Madrid dynamo is currently the Shrimps’ top scorer with 12 goals, but along with this he has managed two assists and an average player rating of 7.01. A powerful winger down that left side, Gomes has formed a formidable partnership with Cole Stockton up top.
These two sides have only ever had the liberty of facing one another once in their existence, which came back in December. The only goal of the game came courtesy of Aaron Wildig, who helped guide Morecambe to a 1-0 victory at the Globe Arena.
The match is available on iFollow via Harrogate or Morecambe's respective club websites, with match passes at £10 for those in the United Kingdom.