It’s been a topsy turvy start to the National League season for favourites Wrexham, but they’re tipped to take three points along with York City and Woking in this week’s National League acca of the week.
But who else will join them in our 66/1 five-fold acca this week?
Sitting in mid-table, Wrexham will have been hoping for more than just four points from nine after three games.
They’ll have a chance to bounce back from the mid-week defeat to Chesterfield when they return to the Racecourse Ground this weekend.
Expected to walk the title this season, Wrexham rocky start is unlikely to dent the Red Dragon’s title ambitions.
They’re a dead-cert for victory this weekend, against a Maidstone United side that have struggled to adapt to life in the National League.
The hosts post an eye-watering 1/4 price for victory on Saturday.
After a shaky pre-season, there were concerns York may have struggled during their return to the National League.
With four points to their name after three games, it’s been a comfortable enough start to the campaign for the Minstermen.
Back at the LNER this weekend, backing York at 9/10 to taste victory against Eastleigh could prove out a profitable move.
Not many Barnet supporters would’ve imagined they’d top the table after three games of the season, but with seven points to their name, it is the Bees who lead the way.
Similarly, Woking have enjoyed a stellar start to the campaign, winning two and losing just one of their three games.
In a match that could go either way, we’re tipping Woking to get the three points at a healthy 7/5.
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A Football League fixture last year, Saturday’s meeting between Southend United and Oldham Athletic is a sign of how far the two clubs have fallen.
Nonetheless, the pair do find themselves languishing in the fifth tier, with both clubs harbouring ambitions of an EFL return.
While there have been shaky signs for both sides so far this season, it’s unlikely anything will be able to separate Southend and Oldham, making the draw at 47/20 the best pick for this clash.
The standout match in this weekend’s National League fixture list, Notts County will welcome fellow title hopefuls Chesterfield to Meadow Lane in a clash of the fifth tier titans.
Notts started the season on fire, but two consecutive draws has stunted their progression so far.
Chesterfield enter the weekend on the back of that statement victory over Wrexham, but the Spireites will likely be happy to leave Nottingham with a point on Saturday.
Like what you see? Well, good news because this National League acca comes in at a tasty looking 66/1.
All odds were taken from BetUK.com.
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