FC Halifax Town entertain Woking at the Shay this weekend, however there are 11 other games in the league and there are some big games between promotion rivals this weekend
League leaders Barrow will entertain 6th placed Notts County. Barrow are currently 5 points clear at the top of the table and have am impressive 13 wins out of 18 league games on home soil. They have won the last five at home and have the league’s top goalscorer Scott Quigley. County won 2-1 away at AFC Fylde in midweek which was their first away victory after just a draw and two defeats in their previous three away from Meadow Lane.
Second placed Harrogate Town will be at home to 12th placed Bromley who are just three points outside the play-offs which shows how tight the league is becoming. The North Yorkshire side have just one loss in 10 and they beat Chesterfield 4-3 in midweek courtesy of Jack Muldoon’s injury time winner. Bromley have lost three on the bounce and have not won in their last eight league games. They have also faled to score in their last three league games
4th placed Yeovil Town will travel to Dover Athletic who are just a point outside the play-offs. Yeovil haven’t scored in their last three away games and have just one win in their last seven games. Dover hve won their last three home games which have seen them beat AFC Fylde, Barrow and Aldershot.
Boreham Wood are just a point behind the Shaymen in 5th place, they will travel to struggling Maidenhead United. Wood have drawn their last two games but they have just one loss in their last 18 league games. Maidenhead are just outside the relegation places and have lost the last three matches.
Solihull currently are in the final play-off place and they will travel to Mill Farm to take on AFC Fylde. Moors haven’t won in their last six away games, whilst AFC Fylde haven’t won in their last 12 games which includes 7 at home.
Hartlepool are a place outside the play-off positions and they will host Ebbsfleet United at Victoria Park. they have won the last four at home, whilst Ebbsfleet have just one win on the road in their last four attempts.
It’s 9th vs 13th as Stockport County host Barnet, there is just four points separating the two sides going into the weekend. County have one win their last four home games, Barnet are ona run of just one loss in their last 11 league games
Sutton will be back on home soil following their defeat at the Shay in midweek with a home tie against Torquay United. A win for Sutton would see them go above their visitors. United have just one win their last six games, drawing four of them. Torquay have won their last two games, a 2-0 win over Chorley last weekend and a 1-0 win over Town.
Aldershot Town will host Dagenham & Redbridge having won their last two games which has seen them move away from the relegation places. The Daggers haven’t won away in their last 10 games.
Wrexham will be looking to overtake their visitors this weekend as Eastleigh head to the Racecourse. Three points between the two sides but a win would see Wrexham go above Eastleigh on goal difference. The North Wales side have 2 wins, a draw and a defeat in the last four home games. Eastleigh have only pick up 8 points out of the last 24 on offer.
Finally Chorley will host Chesterfield as two of the bottom four go head to head. Chorley have only won 3 at home this season, Chesterfield have only won four away from the Proact Stadium.
AFC Fylde vs Solihull Moors
Aldershot Town vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Barrow vs Notts County
Chorley vs Chesterfield
Dover Athletic vs Yeovil Town
FC Halifax Town vs Woking
Harrogate Town vs Bromley
Hartlepool United vs Ebbsfleet United
Maidenhead United vs Boreham Wood
Stockport County vs Barnet
Sutton United vs Torquay United
Wrexham vs Eastleigh
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