Despite it being the international break and FA Cup qualifying weekend, there is still plenty of non-league action. With teams looking to bounce-back from the heartbreak of missing out on FA Cup progression, we have an 8.40 win acca for you.
Created by disillusioned Manchester United fans in 2005, FC United of Manchester have enjoyed an impressive rise through the ranks and will be looking for promotion back to the National League North. They host 2016 FA Vase winners, Morpeth Town.
Neil Reynolds side currently sits 10th, three points off Marine, who sits in fifth, the final playoff position. The Reds have relied heavily on their home form this season, winning four and drawing one of their five games at Broadhurst Park. The one draw came against a Whitby side that had won their other three away games. In front of their own supporters, FC United have scored nine goals and only conceded two.
Their opponents have struggled on the road, picking up just two points from five away games and conceding 13 goals in five games. These two draws came against sides below them in the league. Craig Lynch's side are in poor form and are without a win in their last five games in all competitions.
These two met just last week in FA Trophy qualification, with FC United coming out 1-4 winners away from home. This is surely playing in the back of Morpeth's mind as they travel to the fortress that is Broadhurst Park.
Selection: FC United win : 1.90
Radcliffe are flying in the NPL Premier Division, with 27 points from ten games, losing just once. Under the stewardship of joint-managers Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson, Radcliffe have built a strong side and play attractive attacking football.
With 38 goals scored, Radcliffe are the league top scorers by a mammoth 14 goals. Stainton Park has been a happy hunting ground for the Boro, winning all five games and scoring 19. Their perfect home record was under serious threat in mid-week against pre-season title favourites Macclesfield after the visitors were 0-3 up in 28 minutes. However, Radcliffe's fighting spirit and endeavour was shown in abundance when they fought back to win 4-3 thanks to a brae from Josh Hancock and goals from Scott Duxbury and Oliver Thornley.
Despite Ilkeston's solid start to the season that sees them in fourth place, Radcliffe should be too strong and make it six wins from six at home.
Selection: Radcliffe win: 1.55
Mickelover, like Radcliffe, are sailing at the top of the league. Sports have won all ten games, scoring 32 goals and only conceding five. At home, John McGrath's side has scored 20 and conceded just three. Mickelover are nine points clear of second-place Needham Market and look certainties for promotion to the National League North. In Marcus Barnes, Mickelover boast the league's joint top scorer with eight goals. Oliver Greaves and Andrew Wright also have seven and six goals, respectively.
Royston have had a good start to the season, sitting in sixth place. However, they have only won one of their last six games in all competitions.
With Mickelover's strong start to the season and their 100% record, they are the next pick.
Selection: Mickelover win: 1.55
The final selection comes from the Southern League central division again as Berkhamstead host Redditch. Berkhamstead have struggled this season and are currently outside the relegation zone on goal difference. Since their opening day victory Nuneaton, the Comrades are yet to win, meaning they are nine without a win in the league. With only seven goals scored, Steve Heath's side have the worst attacking record in the league.
They welcome Redditch to Broadwater. The Reds are fifth in the league, having scored 21 goals in 10 games. Away from home, Redditch have the third best record, gaining 11 points in just six games.
In terms of recent league form, Redditch are 10th over the last five games, while the hosts are 18th.
Due to Berkhamstead's impotency in front of goal and Redditch's away record, Redditch should fancy their chances of taking all three points back to Worcestershire.
Selection: Redditch win: 1.83
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