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Vanarama National League Preview

Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Fri 23 Aug 2019
Posted in League

This weekend it’s two games in three days for Vanarama National League sides as everyone will play on Saturday and on Monday

The Shaymen will be at home to last season’s playoff finalists AFC Fylde before travelling to Barrow on Bank Holiday Monday.

It’s 2nd vs 1st on Saturday as league leaders Solihull Moors travel to Woking.

Solihull are unbeaten in the league and their only dropped points came in a 2-2 draw away at Harrogate Town on the opening day of the season

Bromley currently sit 3rd in the table and they will be at home to Boreham Wood looking for their second win from their opening three matches at Hayes Lane whilst Boreham Wood have so far won one and lost one on their travels so far this campaign.

Maidenhead are 5th in the table and they travel to mid table side Yeovil Town who are unbeaten at Huish Park this season. Alan Devonshire’s side have won both of their away games this season at Stockport and Torquay so far.

It’s 6th vs 7th as Sutton United host Dover Athletic who despite being on the same points have gone about it very differently. Sutton have drawn their opening two games, won two and drawn one on the road whilst Dover have one won and lost two at home but won both of their games away from the Crabble

Stockport are a place outside the playoffs spots and they host 18th placed Harrogate Town at Edgley Park looking for their third win in their opening five games at home.

Wrexham in 9th are at home to Barnet in 10th place at the Racecourse Ground and they will be looking to maintain their 100% record at home following their two home wins over Barrow and FC Halifax Town

Torquay United will be at home to Aldershot Town at Plainmoor, who have won one and lost one at home this campaign so far

Dagenham travel to 4th from bottom side Eastleigh looking for their second away win of the campaign whilst the home side are unbeaten at home they have struggled away from home losing all three of their games so far

Barrow will travel to Chesterfield looking for their first away win of the season against the home side who have failed to win any of their opening five games.

Next to bottom side Chorley are just a point below Hartlepool and the two will meet. Hartlepool have only won one of their opening games and that was a 1-0 win at Maidenhead

Ebbsfleet United sit bottom of the table with five defeats so far and they will host Notts County who have only won so far away from home at Harrogate

Full Fixtures:

Bromley vs Boreham Wood

Chesterfield vs Barrow

Chorley vs Hartlepool United

Eastleigh vs Dagenham & Redbridge

Ebbsfleet United vs Notts County

FC Halifax Town vs AFC Fylde

Harrogate Town vs Stockport County

Sutton United vs Dover Athletic

Torquay United vs Aldershot Town (5.20pm)

Woking vs Solihull Moors

Wrexham vs Barnet

Yeovil Town vs Maidenhead United

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