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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Thu 16 Jan 2020
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FC Halifax Town entertain Maidenhead United at the Shay this weekend looking for a 7th home league win of the season whilst Maidenhead come to the Shay looking for an 8th away win of the season.

The league leaders Barrow entertain 4th placed Bromley this weekend. Barrow have one loss in their last 19 league games whilst Bromley’s form has seen them win 2 and lose 3 of their last five league games

Yeovil Town entertain Hartlepool United who will make the 650 mile round trip down to Somerset. Yeovil have lost only once in the last 10 games and have one of the leading goalscorers Rhys Murphy with 17 league goals to date. Hartlepool have just one win in five, they drew 1-1 with Dover last weekend in the only league match due to the FA Trophy

Third place Harrogate Town travel to 23rd placed Ebbsfleet United. The North Yorkshire side have won the last four league games on the bounce whilst Ebbsfleet havent won a game since the 30th November. Barrow beat them 7-0 in their last league game.

Notts County have just one loss in their last 8 games and they entertain Dover Athletic at Meadow Lane who have lost once in their last 5 games

It’s 6th vs 7th as Solihull Moors entertain Boreham Wood, the two sides sit on 45 points but Solihull’s goal difference is better by 3 goals

Stockport County sit one place below the play-offs and they will entertain Sutton United. They will have former Town striker Liam McAlinden in their squad following his signing this week and they haven’t won in 2020 as yet in the league with a draw and defeat so far

Woking travel to Wrexham looking to put the pressure on the teams above them as they have an eye on the play-offs. Woking beat Chorley last time out in the league, whilst Wrexham have picked up in recent weeks with 2 wins out of their last 4 games

Barnet entertain Dagenham & Redbridge at the Hive, their last home defeat was on the 16th November, whilst the Daggers havent won a game since the same defeat and their last away win was away at Sutton on the 24th September

AFC Fylde entertain Torquay United at Mill Farm. The Coasters haven’t won since the 26th November, whilst Torquay who were defeated in the FA Trophy by the Shaymen last weekend have won just one game in 11 and haven’t won away since the 4-2 over Town back on the 2nd November.

Eastleigh entertain struggling Chesterfield, the home side have drawn one and lost the last two of their league games, whilst the Spireites beat Sutton United last time out their first win in four matches

Finally, Aldershot Town host bottom of the table Chorley looking to make it three wins in a row for the first time this season, whilst Chorley have lost the last four on the bounce

Games This Weekend:

AFC Fylde vs Torquay United

Aldershot Town vs Chorley

Barnet vs Dagenham & Redbridge

Barrow vs Bromley

Eastleigh vs Chesterfield

Ebbsfleet United vs Harrogate Town

FC Halifax Town vs Maidenhead United

Notts County vs Dover Athletic

Solihull Moors vs Boreham Wood

Stockport County vs Sutton United

Wrexham vs Woking

Yeovil Town vs Hartlepool United

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