FC Halifax Town make the long trip to Devon this weekend to face Torquay United in the Vanarama National League.
Town are unbeaten in the league since the defeat against Stockport County on Boxing Day, whilst our hosts have won just one in their last five league games
In other games, Barrow travel to Sutton United looking to extend their 7 point lead at the top of the table. Barrow lost their last away game at Dover but that was their only loss in 17 games in the league. Sutton have drawn their last three games and have only scored 1 goal in their last four.
Second placed Harrogate Town face a home game with Eastleigh. Harrogate have won six out of their last nine league games, whilst Eastleigh haven’t won away in their last four laegua games.
4th placed Yeovil Town travel to 5th placed Boreham Wood looking for their first league win since New Year’s Day which has seen them fail to win in their last five league games. Boreham Wood are unbeaten in 14 league games.
Notts County will travel to Hartlepool United having not scored in their last two games away from Meadow Lane. However they have only lost one game in their last 11 league matches. Hartlepool have won their last three league matches at Victoria Ground.
Solihull Moors are in the final play-off place going into the weekend and will travel to 20th placed Dagenham & Redbridge. Moors have drawn their last four away games, Dagenham have drawn four and won 1 in the last five league matches
Bromley will entertain Wrexham at Hayes Lane, they go into the game level on points with both Solihull and Notts County. Bromley last won on New Year’s Day, Wrexham have had a tough season and are 19th in the table. They lost 3-2 away at Chesterfield in their last game.
Dover entertain AFC Fylde at the Crabble, the Kent side lost 1-0 away at Barrow in midweek but they have won three and drawn one of their last four home games. Fylde have not won in the league since a 1-0 win over Wrexham back on the 26th November.
Stockport County will travel to Woking this weekend looking to build on their 1-0 win over Bromley last weekend which was their first win of 2020. Woking have won their last two home games in a row.
Barnet will travel to bottom of the table Chorley with just one loss in nine games, Chorley haven’t won since the 30th November and haven’t scored at home in their last three games.
It’s 17th vs 18th as Maidenhead United entertain Aldershot Town. Alan Devonshire’s side have won their last two games 2-0, whilst AFC Fylde have not won in their last five matches.
Finally 21st placed Chesterfield host 22nd placed Ebbsfleet United. There is just four points between the two sides, the Spireites are unbeaten at home in four games, Ebbsfleet are unbeaten in four games but they haven’t scored in their last two games away from Stonebridge Road.
Fixtures on Saturday
Boreham Wood vs Yeovil Town
Bromley vs Wrexham
Chesterfield vs Ebbsfleet United
Chorley vs Barnet
Dagenham & Redbridge vs Solihull Moors
Dover Athletic vs AFC Fylde
Harrogate Town vs Eastleigh
Hartlepool United vs Notts County
Maidenhead United vs Aldershot Town
Sutton United vs Barrow
Torquay United vs FC Halifax Town
Woking vs Stockport County
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