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Posted by FC Halifax Town
Posted on Fri 16 Mar 2018
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After coming from a goal behind to beat Dagenham and Redbridge 2-1 at the Shay, FC Halifax Town will head to Nethermoor Park this weekend to face relegation favourites Guiseley, keep a look out for our extended preview.

Elsewhere, Dagenham & Redbridge will look to bounce back when they head down to London to face Bromley who have a four-point advantage over the Daggers. The Ravens have won three out of their last six home games in the league.

Dover Athletic will return to action this weekend when they host the league leaders Macclesfield. The Whites have struggled to beat their promotion rivals at home in recent times, they lost to Sutton 1-0 as well as a 2-1 loss to Aldershot Town. It could look like a third straight defeat.

Leyton Orient could climb a couple of places if they beat Eastleigh away and the Shaymen lose against Guiseley. Leyton Orient haven’t won in three games where as Eastleigh haven’t won in five.

Chester will have a tough task if they hope to climb above the relegation zone, they will host one of the favourites for promotion Aldershot. The Shots will look to bounce back after their 7-1 thrashing to 10-men Fylde.

Fylde will remain at Mill Farm to host Hartlepool United in hopes of making it three consecutive wins. Hartlepool haven’t won in their previous games.

Solihull will host Torquay United where a win will be very important for both sides as they battle to stay in the National League.

Sutton United will intend to keep up the pressure against Macclesfield when they travel to The Gallagher Stadium to face Maidstone United who had just missed out on a win when they last hosted one of the promotion favourites which were Tranmere Rovers, the game ended 3-2.

Tranmere will be feeling confident after their 4-0 thrashing they gave to the Daggers. They will remain on the team coach as they face Boreham Wood who are undefeated in seven consecutive games.

Wrexham will be hoping not to slip down the play-off spots as they travel to Woking who haven’t won in five games, and Maidenhead will host Barrow.

See you at Nethermoor.

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