The goal scoring acca is here again, with four value picks combining for a 105.80 four-fold.
First up, we have a pick from a bottom-half clash between Aldershot, Dagenham, and Redbridge.
Aldershot have been quite potent in front of goal, scoring 20 in 12 games. 14 of these 20 goals have come in six home games, so Tommy Widdrington will be looking to make the most of his side's strong attacking form in front of their own fans.
Josh Stokes has impressed since arriving from AFC Sudbury in the summer. The 19-year-old scored 16 goals and scooped up the fans player of the year award as he led AFC Sudbury to promotion. So far this season, he has six goals in 11 starts, with five of these coming at home. His price of 4.75 represents nice value.
Josh Stokes to score: 4.75
The next pick includes the league's top scorer, Marcus Dinanga of Gateshead.
The 26-year-old has enjoyed a spectacular start to this season, scoring 11 goals in 11 starts. ‘The Bear’ is close to beating his best goal tally of 16 at AFC Telford in the 2017/18 season.
He scored 12 goals last season—five in 24 at Altrincham and seven in 18 at Gateshead. While he has never been known as a prolific striker throughout his career, Mike Williamson has found a way to get the best out of the 26-year-old. Williamson favours easy-on-the-eye attacking football, allowing Dinanga to occupy the penalty area and focus on poaching.
With seven goals in his last five and Gateshead winning 0-6, 3-0, 3-0, and 0-4 in four of their last five, both Dinanga and the Tynesiders will be full of optimism heading into this tie.
Marcus Dinanga to score: 2.75
From the leagues top scorer to the second top scorer in Nicke Kabamba.
After 19 goals last season in Barnet's playoff campaign, the 30-year-old will be hoping to add more goals to his impressive tally already. In his 12 starts this season, Kabamba has already scored nine goals as he hunts down league top scorer Marcus Dinanga.
Barnet themselves are flying, with eight wins from 12 putting them on 26 points, joint second in the league. The Bees are the third top scorers in the league with 25 goals. Dean Brennan's side excel in delivering the ball from wide, as well as boasting exquisite set-piece delivery.
After promotion from the National League North, Kidderminster have struggled to adapt to the fifth tier, sitting rock bottom with seven points, and four lord in a row. Russell Penn's side pride themselves on defensive solidity, but they are without a clear sheet in six, and the visit of a potent Barnet side is not ideal.
Nicke Kabamba to score: 2.25
The final selection comes in the form of an in-form forward for Altrincham.
Chris Conn-Clarke has been a revelation for the Robins this season, scoring six goals in 11 starts. He arrived on a permanent basis from Fleetwood in the summer after initially impressing on loan, scoring nine goals in 28 appearances. The 21-year-old has scored three goals in his last two, including the winner against Maidenhead on the weekend.
Oxford City have been leaky at the back this season, conceding 24 goals—the second most in the league. Their last three results have been 2-2, 4-0, and 0-4, so Ross Jenkins' side are bang out of form.
With Altrincham chasing an unlikely play-off finish, Phil Parkinson will want three points from this game, and Chris Conn-Clarke will be the spearhead.
Chris Conn-Clarke to score: 2.6
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