Town take on Yeovil for the first time on Saturday with a debut trip to Huish Park as two of the National League’s most in-form sides go head to head.
Only Barrow have collected more points over the last five matches than Town and The Glovers, who sit third after a run of seven wins in eight.
Over the last ten matches Yeovil top the table, scoring the most goals, while at the other end only Halifax have conceded less than the Somerset side, who lead Town by just one less goal conceded in that department.
Having competed in the Championship as recently as 2013/14, Yeovil dropped out of the Football League for the first time in 16 years last season.
While many recently relegated sides struggle to adapt to life in non-league, the appointment of Darren Sarll has Yeovil considered by many as favourites to bounce straight back after an encouraging start to the season.
The Glovers sit third in The National League with no side claiming more wins in the opening 16 matches and a bang in-form striker in Rhys Murphy who has four goals in his last three starts and seven in total for the season.
Huish Park has been a fortress so far this season for Yeovil who have the best home record, including winning their last five, and have scored the most goals at home, though Town are on their best run of form since August 2018 having not lost in six matches and will be looking to continue that streak in Somerset.
Any Harrogate Town supporters planning on travelling to Yeovil should follow the below link for information regarding the fixture.