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In this enticing National League encounter, Boreham Wood welcomes Chesterfield to Meadow Park. Both teams are eager to secure three valuable points, but Chesterfield may prove too strong for The Wood.
Boreham Wood, under the stewardship of Luke Garrard, have been a top National League side for many years. However, this year has been a struggle for the Wood, with the London side sitting in 17th place. Last season, Boreham Wood only conceded 19 home goals—the second-best record in the league. This campaign has been similar, with Garrard’s side only conceding six in seven home games. However, they have only scored six goals and gained seven points at Meadow Park.
Chesterfield, managed by Paul Cook, have shown their title credentials, sitting three points clear of second-place Barnet, having only lost once in fourteen games. Eight of the Spireites last nine games have ended in victories, with the exception of a 1-1 draw with Maidenhead. With 34 goals already scored, Paul Cook’s side are the joint top scorers in the league. Ryan Colclough, Tom Naylor, and Will Grigg all have five goals each, while Liam Mandeville and Joe Quigley have four each, showing the attacking prowess Chesterfield have at their disposal.
With Chesterfield's attacking talent and Boreham Wood’s current woes, Chesterfield should run out winners at Meadow Park.
Selection: Chesterfield win - 1.85
Fans of the National League are in for a treat as Gateshead hosts Altrincham in what promises to be an exhilarating showdown in the National League. Both teams have high aspirations for the season, looking to achieve playoff football against the odds.
Mike Williamson’s side have started the season in fantastic form, sitting fourth in the league and boasting the joint-best attacking record in the league with 34 goals. With fourteen points from seven games and 17 goals scored, the Gateshead international stadium has turned into a fortress.
Gateshead finished 14th last season, but recorded the highest post-Christmas xG in the league and have continued this form into this campaign. Since their defeat at the end of August to Woking, the Head have lost just once in nine games, recording 6-0, 4-0, and 3-0 (X2) wins in this time.
With 34 goals scored and 17 conceded in 14 games, Gateshead games average 3.64 goals per game.
Altrincham sits in 6th, occupying the playoff spots after four wins in a row. Since the defeat to Barnet on September 9, Phil Parkinson’s side has been unbeaten in six. They have scored 26 goals and conceded 20 in 14 games, for an average of 3.2 goals per game. In Chris Conn-Clarke, the Robins have one of the most in-form players in the league, with the 21-year-old scoring four goals in his last four, taking him to seven for the season.
Selection: Over 3.0 asian goal line - 1.825
After a shock promotion from the National League South, Oxford City have failed to adapt to the National League, sitting in 22nd place after losing their last four games. Ross Jenkins’ side have scored 19 and conceded 28, with their games averaging 3.35 goals per game.
AFC Fylde won the National League North by two points, winning their lost four games to pip Kings Lynn to the title. They have, however, struggled to adjust to their return to the fifth tier. The Coasters have only won twice so far: a 2-1 win at home to bottom club Kidderminster and a 2-1 away win at Southend.
Adam Murray's side have lost eight of their 14 games and currently sits rock bottom of the league. With 32 goals conceded, AFC Fylde also has the worst defence in the league. They are yet to keep a clean sheet, conceding 2+ in 11/13, with the exception of a 2-1 win over a Kidderminster side who have only scored seven goals and a 2-1 win over Southend. Coming off a 2-1 defeat to Barnet, in which they conceded with the last kick of the game, confidence will be low for the Coasters. Their games average 3.74 goals per game.
Selection: Over 2.5 3.0 goal line- 1.900
After being billed as one of the pre-season favourites for promotion due to their heavy expenditure in the summer, York have flattered to deceive, with the Ministermen currently in 18th position. Despite the goalscoring antics of Dipo Akinyemi (7 goals), who won the Scottish Championship player of the year, York have failed to push on.
They host a Bromley side who seem to be over their National League playoff semi-final defeat by Chesterfield. Andy Woodman’s side are currently fifth, boasting the second-best defensive record in the league, conceding just fourteen goals. A 2-0 defeat to leaders Chesterfield halted a run of 11 games unbeaten, with seven wins from eight games. With such a good run of form, Bromley will fancy their chances of taking at least a point from Yorkshire.
Selection: Bromley double chance - 1.600
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