With no National League North or South action this weekend all attention turns to the top tier, where the relegation battle and race for promotion are heating up!
Dover Athletic will be looking to regain top spot in the table after surrendering first place on Tuesday night when they narrowly lost out at Dagenham & Redbridge.
The Whites host the mercurial AFC Fylde, who are capable of beating anyone on their day, but similarly losing to any side in the division. Dave Challinor possesses the league’s deadliest striker in Danny Rowe and will hope his top scoring hitman can fire the Coasters to a seventh win of the season.
Marathonbet are offering odds of 71/25 for a draw or 27/100 on Dover to win or draw considering their home advantage.
In more mouth-watering action this weekend ninth host eighth with Woking travelling to Meadow Park to face Boreham Wood. The Wood’s hopes will heavily rely on their star striker Bruno Andrade, who is only one behind Rowe with nine league goals so far this season.
Andrade and co haven’t lost in their last 11 matches in all competitions, with their last defeat coming against Ebbsfleet United in September. Boreham Wood are 21/100 to win or draw against Woking with Marathonbet. The bookie are tipping a 2-2 draw at 12/1 – a result Luke Garrard’s men have played out three times already this season.
At the other end of the table Torquay United and Leyton Orient play out a six-pointer at Plainmoor. Coming off the back of a mightily impressive 1-0 win at promotion-chasing Sutton in midweek, the Gulls will be high on confidence and looking to put away a managerless O’s side without a win in 13.
Marathonbet are backing another 1-0 win for Gary Owers’ Gulls at 81/10.
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