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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Fri 13 Sep 2019
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FC Halifax Town will travel down the M1 tomorrow to take on one of last season’s EFL League Two relegated sides Notts County.

The Shaymen will be looking for a third away win in a row following victories against Chestefield and Barrow on the road.

County have won only once at home in five games and that came against Chorley. They have drawn three and lost at home to Barnet on 10th August.

In other games Barnet will host 4th placed Maidenhead United at the Hive. Alan Devonshire’s Maidenhead side have won four and drawn 1 in their opening 5 games away from home scoring 10 goals in the process, whilst the Bees have only won once at home in their opening four matches on home soil

Barrow are at home to 9th placed Solihull Moors who were tipped as one of the favourites for the league this season but they have struggled on the road with just one win in the first 5 away from the Damson Stadium

Bottom of the table Chesterfied will be looking for their first win of the season against 8th placed Torquay United at the Proact

Peter Taylor’s Dagenham & Redbridge will host Hartlepool United with both sides on 15 points, the visitors are ahead in the table due to their goal difference being better by just the one goal so far

Dover Athletic sit in 7th place and they will host Chorley who will be boosted in confidence by their 3-0 win over Stockport County in their last match which saw them climb to 22nd in the table.

Midtable side Eastleigh will host Bromley who are unbeaten away from Hayes Lane and are in 3rd place in the table, level on points with the Shaymen

It will be 17th vs 15th as Harrogate Town look for their third home win of the season against Boreham Wood who have won 2 and lost 3 on the road so far

5th Placed Stockport County host strugglers Aldershot Town who are currently 21st in the table and the home side’s form has een good at home with four wins and a defeat at Edgeley Park to date

Yeovil will host AFC Fylde who are in 20th place in the table and the home side will be looking to make it four wins on the bounce including the 2-0 win against Town last time out

Top of the table Woking will entertain Ebbsfleet United, they are a point clear at the top ahead of Town and Bromley

Wrexham will be looking for their third home win of the season as they take on Sutton United in the final game of the day, live on BT Sport from 5.20pm

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