Marathonbet are back to give you all the odds and insight ahead of another exciting weekend of non-league football!
Let’s start with the National League where things are really hotting up at the top of the table, only eight points separate current leaders Macclesfield Town and ninth place AFC Fylde.
The pick of the bunch sees two in form sides clash at Mill Farm as Fylde host Eastleigh on Saturday. The hosts have only lost once in their last eight games and boast the league’s top scorer Danny Rowe with 16 goals so far this season.
Eastleigh will be no pushovers with the Spitfires losing only one of their last nine in league action. Both teams have scored an impressive 103 goals between them so expect goals aplenty.
Marathonbet are backing free-scoring Fylde to win 3-1 at 11/1.
At the other side of the table bottom side Torquay United host Barrow, who are one point above the relegation zone, in a massive game for both sides. Torquay have failed to win a league match in 10 attempts, Barrow have fared better winning four in the same amount of games.
Marathonbet are backing Ady Pennock’s Barrow to win or draw at 14/25.
In National League South action fourth play host to fifth with Braintree Town travelling to Havant & Waterlooville, who are managed by Lee Bradbury and have lost the second fewest games this season.
Marathonbet are offering odds of 1/4 on the Hawks to win or draw.
In the other top of the table clash league leaders Dartford host sixth place St Albans. Tony Burman’s Darts are the highest scoring team in the league and he will fancy his side to continue their seven-game unbeaten run in the division.
You can get Dartford to be winning at half time and full time at 14/5.
National League North leaders Salford City will be hoping to get back to winning ways after suffering their fifth defeat of the season to title rivals Brackley Town last weekend. Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley’s side face eight place Bradford Park Avenue who are winless in four matches.
Marathonbet are backing the Ammies to win 2-1 at 34/5 – a score line they’ve won by six times already this season already.
Finally, Gainsborough Trinity will be looking to make it three wins on the trot as they hope to pull further away from the danger zone. Dave Frecklington’s team travel to Curzon Ashton who sit in the relegation zone and one point off Trinity. A draw looks likely for these two evenly match sides.
Marathonbet are offering odds of 71/20 for a share of the spoils.
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