Away The Lads! Top Teams Face Tricky Weekend Trips

By Sam Elliott

What will this weekend throw at us? It’s time to take a deep dive into the matches we’ve got coming your way.

The top three are all on the road and there’s a scent of dropped points from the teams around them.

Leaders Barnet are sensational at home so what will a trip to Rochdale bring on Saturday? Dean Brennan says his team have raised the bar so far this season but feels there’s even more to come.

Chesterfield are the great entertainers and their last three matches have produced 16 goals. They’re at Ebbsfleet United, who possess the division’s top scorer in Dom Poleon.

Solihull Moors sit third and are ready to pounce - a preview of their live TNT Sports encounter at Kidderminster can be read here.

Hartlepool United got a five-goal awakening at Oxford City last week and they have to dust themselves off with Woking sitting just outside the promotion places.

FC Halifax are well placed in fifth and are one of the surprises of the season so far - can they impress again when Dorking Wanderers visit.

Gateshead certainly loved their trip to Hampshire on Saturday and now they’ve got another one!

After hitting Eastleigh for six, what can they come up with at Aldershot Town, who come into this one on the back of a fine 2-0 win at AFC Fylde. The sides they beat, meanwhile, meet with both licking their wounds.

Bromley are bang in form and want a fourth win on the spin when they welcome David Unsworth’s Oldham Athletic.

Altrincham have had rotten luck with injuries and go to Wealdstone looking for a lift. Boreham Wood need a boost too, they face Maidenhead United.

Oxford City are loving National League life after a ropey start - will they cause another stir and defeat Dagenham & Redbridge?

The bottom two meet and Neal Ardley knows York City need that first win soon but the tabld does lie - Southend United are much better than their 24th place suggests.

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