Despite it being FA Cup weekend, the National League still takes place. With that in mind, we have a goalscorer acca enlisted below, at a juicy price of 35100.00
6th hosts 3rd in an intriguing battle that screams goals at the J.Davidson stadium.
Despite a run of three games without a win, Altrincham are well in the hunt of the playoffs, sitting above Halifax and Aldershot on goal difference. Phil Parkinson has an abundance of attacking talent amongst his ranks, a key reason why the Robins have outperformed pre-season expectations.
The best of a talented bunch of forwards is undoubtedly Chris Conn-Clarke, with the 22-year-old boasting 14 goals already this season. Signed permeanelty this summer, Conn-Clarke has been a shining light in Altrincham's season, scoring five goals in his last five games.
The Ex-Fleetwood attacker also has the added bonus of being on penalties, so his price looks even more like value.
The other goalscorer bet for this game involves Barnet's penalty taker- Harry Pritchard. The 30-year-old has only scored five goals this season, but four of these have come in the last eight, so he is a man in form. Pritchard has shown his eye for goal previously, scoring 13 goals for the Bees last season.
Tip: Chris Conn-Clarke and Harry Pritchard to score - 15.00
Hartlepool have perhaps been the surprise package this season for all the wrong reasons. The Monkey Hangers are languishing perilously close to the drop zone and are just four points clear. A run of six league games without a win cost John Askey his job, so 76-year-old Lennie Lawrence has been tasked with the short-term stabilising of the club.
It all seems very doom and gloom for Hartlepool, but they are bolstered by the return of star man Anthony Mancini from a lengthy injury. The 22-year-old is a cut above most in this division, so his creativity will certainly improve Hartlepool's attack. A benefactor of this will be young striker Joe Grey who has scored two in his last three and is finally cementing his place in the Pools frontline.
Oxford City are three points from safety in their first season at National League level. The Semi-Pro outfit are already punching above their weight and will be licking their lips at the potential chance of a major scalp at the Suit Direct Stadium.
Oliver Sanderson has been a revelation since arriving on loan from Fulham. The 20-year-old has scored an impressive nine goals in 22 appearances and is level with known talisman Josh Parker for goals.
Tip: Joe Grey and Oliver Sanderson to score - 13.00
Solihull Moors took a leap of faith in appointing 39-year-old Andy Whing as their manager in the summer but this risk has certainly paid off, as the Moors currently sit in fourth position.
Solihull thought they were going to complete a double over Chesterfield and in turn inflict the runaway leaders first home defeat of the season, but three second-half goals in five minutes saw the Spireites run out 3-2 winners. However, the attacking impetus was a sign of how potent Solihull Moors have been going forward, scoring 40 goals.
Josh Kelly has been in sparkling form, scoring 11 goals in 24 games, matching last seasons tally already. As is the case for Pritchard and Conn-Clarke, Kelly is on penalties so adds an extra caveat to the bet.
It has been a season to forget for Woking, following up their unsuccessful playoff campaign by. sitting 20th in the league. The much-loved Darren Sarll was sacked, with Michael Doyle tasked with steering Woking up the table. There were signs of improvement on New Yars Day, but the Cardinals still succumbed to a 3-2 loss to bitter rivals Aldershot.
The injury prone Reece Grego-Cox came off the bench to score a late consolation, adding to his penalty goal he scored against Boreham Wood in his last match. The 27-year's career has been riddled with injuries, but he's still shown a key eye for goal, scoring 15 goals in 27 league appearances over the last two seasons.
Tip: Josh Kelly and Reece Grego-Cox to score - 15.00
The final game of the acca sees Boreham Wood host York on Sunday afternoon.
The Wood pride themselves on defensive stability, but their leaky defence this season has meant the attackers have had to carry extra workload. After a poor start to the season, Boreham Wood have had a mini resurgence, losing just once in their last five league games.
Sriker Tyrone Marsh is a player who is also finding form the later the season gets, scoring four goals in his last six games, to take his seasonal total to six. The 30-year-old will be hoping to beat the last two season's tally of nine and ten.
A summer shopping spree gave York fans hope of a successful season. However, the Ministermen have struggled thus far, sitting in 16th place.
The most exciting of these signings was striker Dipo Akinyemi, fresh off of a 20 goal season for Scottish side Ayr. The 26-year-old has struggled for consistency in his return to English football, but has still found the back of the net nine times in 21 games, including scoring the second in the 2-0 win over Gateshead last week.
With York unbeaten in six and finding their form, it is now the perfect chance for Akinyemi to strut his stuff.
Tip: Tyrone Marsh and Dipo Akinyemi to score: 12:00
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