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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Fri 22 Nov 2019
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FC Halifax Town return to the Shay looking to get our sixth home win of the season against 16th placed Eastleigh.

In other games, league leaders Barrow will be at home to Barnet lookng to make it 11 wins from 12 games which has seen them rise to the top of the league.

Barnet haven’t won away since the 1st October when they beat AFC Fylde 4-0 at Mill Farm

Bromley will travel to Sutton United having gone three games without a win. They drew 3-3 at home to Harrogate last weekend having to come from 3 down to earn a pont whilst Sutton were 2-1 winners over Torquay last weekend at Plainmoor but have struggled at home with just one win on home soil this season

Solihull will travel to Dover in third place having won their last three games including a 3-1 win over AFC Fylde last time out, whilst Dover have won two from their last three league games including an impressive 1-0 win at Yeovil Town

Fifth placed Yeovil will travel to North Wales to take on Wrexham, who still sit in bottom. They have won four at the Racecourse this season but none away from home in a disppointing season so far

Torquay travel to the league’s bottom side Chorley havin won three out of their last four games. The Magpies won 3-2 away at Chesterfield for their first win since the 7th September

Harrogate will be at home to Chesterfield having wn their last four home games in a row, whilst Chesterfield sit just outside the relegation places in 19th place

No win in three for Hartlepool as they host Boreham Wood who won 2-1 at Maidenhead last weekend.

Stockport have won their last two games and they will host Ebbsfleet United, the visitors sit 23rd in the table and they will be looking for their fourth away game of the season

AFC Fylde will be wanting to win in 20th place against midtable side Dagenham & redbridge who thrashed Aldershot Town 6-1 last time out

Whilst the Shots will host Notts County at the Recreation Ground looking to put that result behind them

The final game of the day will see Maidenhead United host Woking in front of the BT Sport cameras, 5.20pm kick-off

Fixtures This Weekend:

AFC Fylde vs Dagenham

Aldershot Town vs Notts County

Barrow vs Barnet

Chorley vs Torquay United

Dover Athletic vs Solihull Moors

FC Halifax Town vs Eastleigh

Harrogate Town vs Chesterfield

Hartlepool United vs Boreham Wood

Maidenhead United vs Woking

Stockport County vs Ebbsfleet United

Sutton United vs Bromley

Wrexham vs Yeovil Town

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