After a week hiatus due to the FA Cup, the National League is back. And what better way to celebrate than a 11,934.00 goalscorer bet. Playing this bet as a lucky 15 will most likely see profit if one of the bet builder wins.
The lowest-odds selection will kick things off as 11th-place Eastleigh host 17th-place York in what is set to be a mouthwatering, high-scoring clash.
Eastleigh games have seen 3.2 goals on average, with their last eight games seeing an average of 4.125 goals. The Spitfires have scored 22 goals so far, with hot-shot striker Paul McCallum scoring 10 of them. In the 30-year-old's last four league games, he has scored seven goals, including a hat-trick at home to Ebbsfleet in his last start.
McCallum is no stranger to goals at this level, scoring 18 in the 21/22 season and 16 in the 20/21 season for Dagenham and Redbridge, as well as 27 in the 18/19 season for Eastleigh.
York have scored 23 goals and conceded 29, with their games averaging 3.46 goals. Their last five games have averaged exactly four goals. In Dipo Akinyemi, the Ministermen possess one of the favourites for the golden boot, with the 26-year-old on eight goals, including four in his last four.
Akinyemi won the Scottish Championship player of the season last year, scoring 20 goals.
Two players with 18 goals between them this season face off, and it would be no surprise to see them both on the scoresheet.
Selection: McCallum and Akinyemi to score - 6.00
The next selection is more than double the price of the first selection.
Josh Stokes has enjoyed a fine season since arriving from AFC Sudbury, where he won fan player of the season as he led them to promotion. The 19-year-old has already scored seven goals this season, with six of these coming at the EBB Stadium. He is currently without a goal in his last two starts—his longest drought in an Aldershot shirt.
Aldershot games have been goal gluttonous, with 52 goals in 15 games and an average of 3.466 goals. Tommy Widdrington's side are the fourth most in-form team in the league, with 10 points in their last five.
Emmanuel Dieseruvwe arrived at Hartlepool in the summer after scoring 13 goals for FC Halifax last season. The 28-year-old has had a fantastic start to life in the North-East, scoring eight goals in 14 starts, including a brace in the last game against Eastleigh.
Hartlepool have an identical goal difference to their hosts, also scoring 25 and conceding 27.
Stokes and Dieseruvwe have a combined 15 goals between them.
Selection: Stokes and Dieseruvwe to score - 13.00
The feel-good factor is finally back at Roots Hall as the new owners have saved the Shrimpers from liquidation. This hopefully correlates to an entertaining game at home to Solihull Moors.
Harry Cardwell is the joint second-top scorer with 11 goals so far. The 26-year-old has scored in each of his last five games, including a crucial brace as Southend fought from behind to draw at Rochdale. He has already bettered his best goal-scoring season and looks to be blossoming at Swindon after finally getting consistent play time.
Josh Kelly is one of the most talented players in the National League. The 24-year-old was signed from Maidenhead two summers ago after scoring 15 goals in 39 games in the 21/22 season for the semi-professional side. He scored 11 goals last season in a solid first season, but looks set to beat that this year.
Kelly has scored seven goals in nine starts this season, including two in the Moors last three games.
Kelly and Cardwell have scored a combined 18 goals this season, and the pair are 9.00 odds to both add to their impressive goal tally.
Selection: Cardwell and Kelly to score- 9.00
The last selection has the highest odds out of the lot, as second-place Barnet host relegation threatened Maidenhead.
Barnet have won six of their seven home games, scoring 2+ in all of these home victories. The Bees are the third-top scorers in the league with 32 goals in 15 games.
Maidenhead have struggled on the road and in general and are without a win in 11 games, failing to keep a clean sheet in their last eight.
Nicke Kamamba's 11 goals make him the joint second-top scorer in the league. The 30-year-old scored 19 goals last season and will be looking to beat this tally. He has scored in his last two and also scored in this fixture last year.
Danny Collinge may be a centre back, but he has shown his goalscoring ability, scoring six goals in 15 games, including the winner in the 2-3 away win at Dorking.
Selection: Collinge and Kabamba to score - 17.00
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