It’s 7th vs 12th at the Shay tomorrow as FC Halifax Town look to build on last Saturday’s 4-0 win over Wrexham in the FA Trophy and get back to winning ways in the league with the visit of Notts County. They haven’t won in their last five league games, their last win was a 4-0 win away at Woking on the 29th October.
In other games, the league leaders Barrow will travel to Solihull Moors in the BT Sport game at 5.20pm who have won 13 out of their last 15 games and has seen them go three points clear at the top of the National League table
Yeovil Town sit 2nd in the table and they will travel to 18th placed AFC Fylde looking for their 7th away victory of the season and look to narrow the gap on Barrow before the Bluebirds kick-off in the final game of the season
Third placed Bromley will host Eastleigh, they are unbeaten at home in four games with one win and three draws, whilst have lost just once in their last five league games.
Woking travel to Ebbsfleet having won three of their last four games in the league, the home side have just one win in their last six games
Harrogate Town travel to Meadow Park to take on Boreham Wood looking for their only fourth away win of the campaign, whilst Boreham Wood are three places below them and a win would see them jump above Harrogate on goal difference.
Stockport County head south to Aldershot Town with 20 points taken out of their last 30 points on offer. They have scored in their last 10 games, whilst the Shots have just one win in their last five but their home form is better than their away form in recent games
Maidenhead will host Barnet, the Bees haven’t won in their last four away games, whilst the home side haven’t won at home in their last three attempts
Torquay entertain Chesterfield down on the south coast and they have lost their last five league games, whilst the Spireites haven’t won in 7 attempts
Just one win in six attempts for Hartlepool as they prepare to host Dagenham & Redbridge, who have also on a run of form which has seen them lose their last four games in a row.
Dover travel to bottom of the table Chorley looking for their 8th win of the season. The Kent side are doing well away from the Crabble this season whilst Chorley have won three, drawn four of their 12 home games so far
Finally Sutton United are two places ahead of their visitors Wrexham this weekend but just a point ahead and a win for the North Wales side would see them move ahead of their hosts. However a win for Wrexham would only be their second away victory of the season.
AFC Fylde vs Yeovil Town
Aldershot Town vs Stockport County
Boreham Wood vs Harrogate Town
Bromley vs Eastleigh
Chorley vs Dover Athletic
Ebbsfleet United vs Woking
FC Halifax Town vs Notts County
Hartlepool United vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Maidenhead United vs Barnet
Solihull Moors vs Barrow
Sutton United vs Wrexham
Torquay United vs Chesterfield
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