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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Fri 8 Feb 2019
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FC Halifax Town travel to the Proact Stadium on Saturday to take on 21st placed Chesterfield who are 5 points behind the Shaymen after 30 games.

The two sides drew 0-0 at home in the return fixture in front of the BT Sport Cameras earlier in the season.

In other games around the league, Leyton Orient who are top of the table travel north to take on Hartlepool United but they haven’t won away from Brisbane Road in their last four games. The home side beat Braintree Town in their last match at Victoria Park and sit 15th in the table.

Salford City travel to rock bottom Braintree Town unbeaten in four but have only one of their last five on the road, whilst Braintree have just 8 points from the last 24 on offer and have won only two at home this season.

Solihull Moors will visit Ebbsfleet United on a run of just one loss in the last 6 and have scored and have scored in all of those 6 games, whilst the home side have won their last four home games in a row scoring 13 goals and conceding just 2

Aldershot Town have only won one of their last 14 games and they will face a home match against 9th placed Eastleigh who have won three out of their last four games.

Playoff hopefuls Sutton United travel to the Hive to take on Barnet looking to bounce back from defeats at Eastleigh and Bromley to get their first away win since beating the Shaymen in December whilst Barnet have only one of their last 5 at home.

It’s 11th vs 12th as Barrow will take on Bromley with just a point separating the two sides ahead of the game. The home side have won 2 out of their last 5 at home whilst Bromley have struggled away with just one win in their last 5 on their travels

Dover Athletic will be looking for their first home win in four attempts with the visit of 8th placed Harrogate Town to the Crabble who have also failed to win in their last four away trips.

Gateshead entertain 18th placed Havant & Waterlooville at the Internal Stadium looking to stay in the top 7 following their injury time win at Dover last weekend.

Maidenhead United entertain Boreham Wood, who have won just one home game in their last five, whilst their visitors have drawn their last five away games.

Wrexham will be looking to continue their excellent home from which has seen them win four out of their last five games and they take on Dagenham & Redbridge who have turned things around on the road with three wins from four away from their home patch.

Maidstone haven’t won at home for 12 games and they will entertain AFC Fylde who will be looking their excellent season and the visitors have the league’s top goalscorer Danny Rowe with 21 goals in the league to date.

Full Fixtures:

Aldershot Town vs Eastleigh

Barnet vs Sutton United

Barrow vs Bromley

Braintree Town vs Salford City

Chesterfield vs FC Halifax Town

Dover Athletic vs Harrogate Town

Ebbsfleet United vs Solihull Moors

Gateshead vs Havant & Waterlooville

Hartlepool United vs Leyton Orient

Maidenhead United vs Boreham Wood

Maidstone United vs AFC Fylde

Wrexham vs Dagenham & Redbridge

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