As the National League table begins to take shape after 12 rounds of action, we look ahead to another weekend of action in England’s fifth tier, with wins predicted for Wrexham, Solihull Moors and Scunthorpe United.
Slipping to a 1-0 defeat against fellow title contenders Notts County in midweek, Wrexham will be eyeing up an immediate response at home to Barnet on Saturday.
It was just their second defeat of the campaign and a sizeable blow to the early-season favourites, but Phil Parkinson’s side have shown they are capable of bouncing back from defeat.
The hosts are 27/100 to take three points this weekend, with over 3.5 total goals coming in at 21/10 via BetUK.
It’s been a dismal start to the campaign for Yeovil Town, who sit inside the relegation places after 12 matches of the season.
By contrast, Solihull Moors remain a fixture in the playoff places and are a strong contender to finish inside the top seven come the end of the campaign.
A Solihull win comes in at 17/20, with good money likely to be made by backing the visitors.
Having slipped to the bottom of the National League early doors, Scunthorpe have enjoyed somewhat of a mini resurgence in recent weeks, going the last five games unbeaten.
They face a huge bottom-of-the-table clash against Aldershot Town this weekend, with three points likely enough to take the Irons out of the bottom four.
Aldershot are Scunthorpe’s opponents, with the hosts 19/10 to triumph on Saturday.
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