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Opening the acca we have a selection from Grosvenor Vale as Wealdstone hosts free-spending York City.
Stuart Maynard has done an exceptional job at Wealdstone despite the limited resources at his disposal. He has shown himself astute in the transfer market while getting his side to play attractive football. A 13th-place finish last season epitomised the fine work Maynard and his backroom staff are doing, but The Stones are in for a tougher test this year. Their one win from their final 10 league games last season showed the uphill battle faced by one of the only semi-professional teams in the National League.
While they have kept the majority of their core, goalkeeper Sam Howes has departed for Leyton Orient, so loanee Jed Ward has big gloves to fill. Tahvon Campbell, on loan from Rochdale, is the standout signing after scoring 13 goals in 21 games when at Woking in 2021.
York are coming into this campaign off the back of a turbulent season last year. The Minstermen limped to 19th after the controversial sacking of John Askey early in the season. Matt Uggla has invested in the squad, and York have shown their ambition with some big-money signings.
Centre back Tyler Cordner joins from Aldershot after being touted for an EFL move. Scottish Championship player of the year Dipo Akinyemi signs from Ayr after scoring 20 goals in 36 games. York supposedly outbid Gillingham, a sign of the Yorkshire side's spending power.
The experienced Alex Woodyard augments an already strong midfield of Ollie Dyson and Dan Pybus, while cult hero Lennell John-Lewis will look to continue his rich vein of form.
Michael Morton boasts a strong and vastly experienced squad, so he will be looking to get off to a strong start against Wealdstone. By playing ‘Draw No Bet' , we guarantee a refund on this selection if York draws, whereas a York victory gives us a winning selection.
Bet: Draw no Bet at 1.83
Now for goals at Woodside Road. A team I fancy to do very well this season, Worthing, hosts Tonbridge Angels on the south coast.
Last season was The Rebels first in the 6th tier, and long-standing manager Adam Hinshelwood guided his side to an impressive 4th-place finish. What caught many neutrals eyes was the attacking football played by the Mackerel Men. They scored 92 goals over the course of the regular season, an average of two per game. However, 54 of these came at home. In the offseason, Hinshelwood has augmented an already potent attack. The creative Joan Luque and Nicky Wheeler join as well as the clinical striker Greg Luer. Jake Robinson is also back fully fit, and the serial goalscorer will be raring to go after a lengthy layoff.
Tonbridge finished in a respectable 9th place, four points off the playoffs. A major reason The Angels missed out on the top seven was their leaky defence, with Jay Saunders side conceding 69 in 46 games. Coming up against a strong Worthing attack, they will have to improve on this. Tonbridge were also the only top-half club in the NLS to finish with a negative goal difference.
Worthing’s rapid rise and strength at the club was epitomised when they virtually fielded an u18 squad and beat a full-strength Isthmian side in the Sussex Community Shield. The Rebels should be too strong for the Angels.
Bet: Worthing over 1.5 team goals at 1.72
A strong end to the season saw Chippenham finish comfortably in 13th place. In the last 15 games of the season, only runaway leaders Ebbsfleet accumulated more points than Gary Horgan’s side. They also looked strong going forward, scoring 27 goals during this time. The Bluebirds were also strong at home, ranking 7th for home form.
They host an Avely side that has risen through the ranks, securing back-to-back promotions. A fourth-place finish was followed up by an impressive playoff final win over Hornchurch. Danny Scopes side will relish the chance to play in the National League South.
However, this Aveley side is akin to Cheshunt, who also gained back-to-back promotions against the odds. The Ambers failed to adapt to the National League South and ultimately suffered instant relegation. Despite actually gaining more points away from home, The Millers may struggle on their travels with the step-up. Making Parkside a fortress will be imperative in any survival bid, so Scopes side may take a few batterings on the road.
While I think Aveley will surprise teams this season, a step up in class against an in-form Chippenham side may be a tough task.
Bet: Chippenham Town to win at 2.10
The final selection comes from the white cliffs of Kent, as Dover hosts recently relegated Torquay.
Dover rode their luck last season, surviving by two goals over Dulwich Hamlet. The Whites ended the season in shambolic form, losing their last five, scoring two, and conceding 13. Two of these defeats came against sides that were occupying the relegation spots at the time. Things have gone from bad to worse for Dover over the summer. Ade Shokunbi and Ricky Holmes joined the club but departed numerous days later, showing the disarray the club is in. Miles Judd also signed a new contract but departed days later for Hemel Hempstead. 28-year-old manager Mitch Brundle was left frustrated and with a youthful, weak squad.
Torquay, on the other hand, looks mightily strong. Retaining 18-goal striker Aaron Jarvis was a statement of intent, as was signing Brad Ash. The 27-year-old scored 24 times last season to single-handedly drag Weymouth to safety. A strike partnership of Ash and Jarvis will be formidable at this level. The rest of the squad also looks very strong for this level and will be managed by the experienced Gary Johsnon. The Gulls form towards the end of last season has given fans a new sense of optimism despite relegation. Torquay only lost one of their last eight games, including a draw against champions Wrexham that gave them slight hope of survival despite a bleak-looking situation in February.
Get Jarvis and Ash clicking, and Torquay should breeze past Dover.
Bet: Torquay to win at 1.75
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