LV BET Preview: A Look Through At Matchday Four

By Oliver Osborn

FC Halifax Town remain the only side in the National League with a 100% record, having won their first three league games of the season for the second campaign in a row.

Pete Wild will be hoping his side can make that four on the spin as they travel to Wrexham on Tuesday night.

The Shaymen picked up four out of a possible six points against the Red Dragons last season.

Halifax haven’t won at the Racecourse Ground in over 20 years, and LV BET make Wrexham slight favourites for this one.

Newly promoted Woking made it two from three with a 1-0 home win against Harrogate Town.

They’ve kept two clean sheets so far this season.

Chesterfield would have hoped to have made a better start to their campaign, picking up two points so far.

Both teams not to score may be a good bet at the Proact Stadium.

No team has seen more goals scored in their three matches thus far (12) than Torquay United, and no team has seen less goals scored in their opening fixtures (4) than Maidenhead United.

The draw may be an option punters wish to back tonight.

This evening sees Yeovil Town visit Stonebirdge Road and Ebbsfleet United will look to get their season up and running.

The Glovers enjoyed early season away form last term and it may be that the half-time/full-time market that temps punters on this occasion.

Simeon Akinola was the match-winner for Barnet against Notts County and joins Alfie Pavey and Harry Beautyman (3) at the top of the National League goalscoring charts.

He’s averaging a goal every 84 minutes and is excellent value to be the league’s top scorer come the end of the season.

It is however AFC Fylde’s Danny Rowe who is the favourite to out-score every other striker in the National League come May.

Where next?

40 Year Anniversary: The Inaugural Alliance Premier Season We’re getting ready to celebrate the 40th year in the competition’s history - so we’re revisiting a key season from each decade as we build up to the big day
Bulls Part Company With Richards As Change Is Made Marc Richards has become the second manager to lose his job in the National League North this season.