After the excitement of last weekend’s FA Cup First Round, attention turns back to league action for a host of non-league teams and there are some mouth-watering clashes to look forward to.
National League pace setters Dover Athletic will be hoping to hold onto top spot when they host Eastleigh on Saturday. Dover’s star man and National League top scorer Ryan Bird, with nine goals, will be hoping to fire the Whites to their 10th win this season.
Marathonbet have the league leaders at 21/25 to grab all three points at the Crabble Athletic Ground.
Sutton United will be hoping to end their three-match winless run and keep Dover within touching distance with victory at bottom of the table Solihull Moors, a team with just one home win all season.
Paul Doswell’s men are priced as heavy favourites with Marathonbet at 39/50 to win. If you fancy an unlikely upset for the Moors, you can get them at 77/20.
The pick of National League South action sees second placed Harrogate Town face a tricky trip to Spennymoor Town, who sit six points behind them in fourth place.
Harrogate have only lost once all season and will be hoping to welcome back star man Simon Ainge, who scored nine league goals before getting injured back in September. Simon Weaver’s side are 41/100 with Marathonbet to beat the Moors.
Brackley Town have made a fortress of St. James Park this season remaining undefeated at home and will hope to keep up with league leaders Salford City when they host Gainsborough Trinity this weekend.
Dave Frecklington’s side will be no push overs after picking up 10 points from a possible 12 in their last four matches. Marathonbet have Gainsborough at 39/5 to continue their fine home form and see off Brackley, or alternatively 21/50 for the Saints to snatch the points.
Two sides in contrasting form clash in the National League South this weekend as Hampton & Richmond Borough, who’ve won their last four league games and sit comfortably in ninth, travel to third from bottom Bognor Regis Town.
The Rocks have won just twice all season with both victories coming at Nyewood Lane. Marathonbet have Bognor at 111/50 to cause the upset and 9/25 for Hampton to make it five from five.
Top of the table Dartford will look to keep their grip on the league when they head west to play Truro City.
Victory for Truro will leave them just a point off Dartford with a game in hand. With only six points separating first from 10th in National League South it’s all to play for at the top of the table.
Marathonbet have City at 71/25 to pick up the victory or 19/20 for the Darts to claim the spoils.
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