The non-league acca is back, and I have a juicy 8.24 four-fold for this weekend's action, coming from four different leagues.
Starting at the top of the National League pyramid and in Greater Manchester, Altrincham hosts National League newbies Ebbsfleet United.
Despite being tipped for relegation by the bookies, Altrincham were many people’s dark horse to finish in the playoffs. Phil Parkinson’s side have started the season strong and currently occupies 11th place. However, since their 2-1 victory over title favourites Chesterfield, Alty have yet to win, drawing three and losing two.
In their 10 games, they have scored 15 and conceded 17, with BTTS landing in eight games and over 2.5 goals landing in seven.
Ebbsfleet have taken to life in the National League excellently. Dennis Kutrieb has the Fleet playing exciting, attacking football, with his side scoring 16 goals and conceding 14 in the opening 10. Seven of these goals have been scored by Saint Lucian international Dominic Poleon, who is carrying on his form from last season, where he scored 36 goals in the National League South.
Over 2.5 goals have landed in six games for Kutrieb’s side, with the German manager happy to go toe-to-toe with any team in the league.
With both teams averaging over three goals a game, over 2.5 goals looks like a good selection.
Selection: Over 2.5 goals - 1.85
Next, the National League South as Bath host an out-of-sorts Dover.
Bath have flown out the traps early doors in the sixth tier, sitting on top of a very strong division. Club legend Jerry Giil has the Romans fans dreaming of the National League with six wins from nine games, leaving them with 20 points. Scott Wilson and Jordan Thomas have been at the forefront of Bath’s blistering start, scoring 11 goals between them.
The Romans are also the league's top scorers, with 19 goals from nine games. Of these nine games, Bath have found the net in every single one, scoring at least two in seven. In front of their own fans at Twerton Park, they’ve scored 10 in four, scoring at least two in every one.
Dover travels to the West Country low on confidence after a shambolic couple of seasons, surviving on goal difference last year and loitering in 23rd this time around. After nine games, the Whites have only six points, with their sole win coming in the 94th minute away to Slough.
Mitch Brundle’s side has conceded 15 goals, conceding two or more five times, including four of their last five. They are yet to keep a clean sheet, so will be dreading heading to a free-scoring Bath side who have scored in every game. With both teams respective records, Bath will be expecting to score at least twice.
Selection: Over 1.5 goals for Bath- 1.80
Next is a game in the Northern Premier League Premier Division as Radcliffe welcome Worksop to Stainton Park.
Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson boast a strong team for this level, and the team is performing even better than expected, winning all seven of their games. Boro are already eight points clear of pre-season title favourites Macclesfield.
In their seven wins, Radcliffe have scored 28 and conceded five, for an average of four goals per game. They’ve scored at least four goals in every game, bar the 2-0 win over Hyde. Anthony Dudley, Jordan Hulme, and Jude Oyibo have been in fine goalscoring form, scoring five each.
Worksop have had a respectable start to the season, sitting in sixth. However, with the ease with which Radcliffe has topped the league so far, Radcliffe should make it eight wins from eight.
Selection: Radcliffe win - 1.61
Another team with a 100% record is Mickleover, which hosts Sudbury in the Southern League Central Division.
The Sports have won all eight games in the league, as well as both FA Cup qualification games, and are eight points clear of second-place Halesowen. John McGrath’s side has scored 25 goals and conceded four goals, scoring over three goals on average and conceding only 0.5 goals per game.
Marcus Barnes is the league's highest scorer, with the 26-year-old scoring eight goals already.
Sudbury are currently 17th, with just one league goal to their name. With seven goals scored, Marc Abbott’s side are the third-lowest scorers in the league. Their sole win came against a Nuneaton side who are below them in the league.
With 10 wins from 10 in all competitions, Mickleover have shown their star quality.
Selection: Mickleover win - 1.53
Four fold pays 8.24
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