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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Fri 4 Oct 2019
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FC Halifax Town will make the long trip south to take on Maidenhead United at York Road in our 15th league game of the season.

In other games, Bromley will take on Barrow at Hayes Lane, the league leaders are unbeaten at home this season with 5 home wins and 2 draws from their opening 7 games.

Barrow have won their last five games on the bounce with 13 goals scored and conceded just the 2 including their last three away games at Aldershot, Ebbsfleet and Chorley

Third placed Yeovil Town will head on one of the longest trips in the league as they travel to Hartlepool United full of confidence following 7 straight wins for the Glovers.

The league’s form side have been impressive since the end of August which comes after three straight defeats and they will up against Hartlepool who haven’t won a league game in their last give games.

Woking’s good start to the season has faltered in the last few weeks with two defeats in a row following a run of four draws after a near faultless August. They will face Wrexham who haven’t won all season and have just one win in 10 matches, this was a 1-0 win over Ebbsfleet United last weekend.

Boreham Wood were 2-1 victors over Woking last weekend and they will be looking to make it back to back wins for the first time this season as they take on Tim Flowers side Solihull Moors, who haven’t won away for home in the last five games and haven’t scored in their last three

Chesterfield have won two home games in a row and will be looking to make it three wins with the visit of Eastleigh to the Proact, who have scored in each of their last 9 games and sit 15th in the table

It’s 24th vs 21st as Chorley entertain Aldershot Town, the home side last won back on the 7th September against Stockport County, whilst the Shots will be looking to return to winning ways after two defeats against Chesterfield and Yeovil

Peter Taylor’s Dagenham are unbeaten in 10 games as they entertain Barnet, who beat AFC Fylde 4-0 in midweek away from home

Dover were defeated 2-0 by the Shaymen last weekend and they will be at home for a second Saturday running with the visit of Notts County to the Crabble, they have won their last two games against Boreham Wood and AFC Fylde

Sutton United have only one home game all season, which came against Chesterfield and they will face a Stockport County side who have lost the last five on a bounce.

Torquay United will entertain AFC Fylde, who have only won 2 of their last 12 games and were heavily defeated by Barnet in midweek.

In the final game of the day, BT Sport will be at Harrogate Town vs Ebbsfleet United

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