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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Thu 13 Feb 2020
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FC Halifax Town return to league action this weekend with a home game against Sutton United, who have just one win in their last five games. Their last away victory came in a 2-0 win over Woking on Boxing Day.

In other games, the league leaders Barrow will play Dagenham & Redbridge at home this weekend. Barrow were defeated 2-1 on the 4th February which was their first league defeat since the 26th October and they have now dropped points in three of their last four games.

Dagenham have won just one league game since the 16th November but they go into the game unbeaten in five games with four draws.

Second placed Harrogate Town beat fellow play-off place chasers Yeovil Town in midweek, will travel to the Hive to take on Barnet. They are unbeaten in their last four away from the CNG Stadium and are four points ahead of the Shaymen prior to this weekend. The Bees were defeated 1-0 away at Solihull in midweek, their first loss since the 23rd November away at Barrow.

5th placed Boreham Wood will travel to Aldershot Town looking to maintain a run that has seen them pick up 22 points from the last 30 on offer. They have won the last four away in the league and are unbeaten in 14 games. The Shots are on a run of three draws and two losses in their last five games.

Solihull are looking to make it back to back wins following their midweek win over Barnet with the visit of Hartlepool United. They were 2-0 victors over Aldershot Town last weekend at home but haven’t won any of their last five away games.

Bromley will make the trip north to take on Stockport County at Edgeley Park. Bromley drew 2-2 with Solihull last weekend which ended a run of four straight league defeats, whilst Stockport haven’t won a league game this year since their 2-1 win over AFC Fylde on the 28th Dec

Notts County are a point outside the play-off places and they face a home game against 12th placed Woking. They are unbeaten at home in six at home and have just one loss in their last 10 games, whilst Woking won just one of their last four games losing 2-0 to Eastleigh in their last league game

Dover travel to Eastleigh this weekend looking to make it four wins from five games, whilst Eastleigh have just one win in their last eight games

Torquay travel to North Wales to take on Wrexham at the Racecourse with just one win in their last five games, the home side had put back to back wins at the end of January together but have failed to win in their last two again and are just two points above Chesterfield in the last relegation spot

22nd vs 17th as AFC Fylde host Maidenhead United this weekend. Fylde have not won any league game since the 26th November and have just five points from the last 27 on offer. Maidenhead have won the last two league games on the bounce both with a 2-0 scoreline.

The BT Sport game sees 4th placed Yeovil Town entertain 21st placed side Chesterfield at Huish Park, 5.20pm kick-off

Yeovil have not won in their last five games, their last win in the league was a 2-0 victory over Torquay on New Year’s Day, whilst Chesterfield have won three out of their last five games including a 3-2 victory over Wrexham cutting the points gap to just one point below Dagenham, however the Daggers do have a better goal difference.

Fixtures this weekend

AFC Fylde vs Maidenhead United

Aldershot Town vs Boreham Wood

Barnet vs Harrogate Town

Barrow vs Dagenham & Redbridge

Eastleigh vs Dover Athletiic

Ebbsfleet United vs Chorley

FC Halifax Town vs Sutton United

Notts County vs Woking

Solihull Moors vs Hartlepool United

Stockport County vs Bromley

Wrexham vs Torquay United

Yeovil Town vs Chesterfield (5.20)

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