AFC Fylde vs. Eastleigh
They were firmly among the teams being talked about for a title challenge before a ball was kicked.
But in a season full of surprises so far, the name of well-backed AFC Fylde is nowhere to be seen.
So disappointing is their campaign to date that Dave Challinor’s side - National League Promotion Finalists back in May - are currently in the bottom four.
Their last win came eight games ago on August 10 against Ebbsfleet United. Is this the moment their rise begins?
Eastleigh are no fools this season and have lost just one of their last six games. They have a good record on BT Sport too and Ben Strevens’ young side are looking good for another play-off push after getting to the semi-finals last time out.
The Spitfires have found their goal-touch, too. Scoring in each of their last six games after netting only twice in their opening five fixtures.
League position: 21st
Goals for: 12
Goals against: 18
Top scorer: Danny Rowe & Jordan Williams (3)
Last three results: L-L-D
League position: 15th
Goals for: 10
Goals against: 12
Top scorer: Danny Hollands (3)
Last three results: D-D-W
Big Match Pointers
Both teams to score and Fylde to win- Their last meeting, in April this year, finished 4-2 to AFC Fylde.
Both teams to score- The two sides have scored in five of Eastleigh’s last six - while six of Fylde’s last seven games has seen the two teams find the net.
FC Halifax vs. Barnet
- FC Halifax are third in the table, Barnet moved into fifth on Tuesday - three points separate the two sides.
- Barnet have now won three in a row, are six matches undefeated and no side have conceded fewer goals.
- FC Halifax have lost their last two but have taken 12 points from their last 18.
- The Shaymen have won four of their five home games - Barnet have won two of last three away fixtures.
Bromley vs. Notts County
- Bromley remain the only undefeated club in the National League.
- Notts County have lost just one of last eight - but have won only twice in their last seven fixtures.
- Second-place Bromley have only won one of last four - registering six points from a possible 12.
- Only leaders Woking has scored more than Bromley but Notts have let in only one goal in pervious three games.
Aldershot Town vs. Wrexham
-Aldershot have won only once at home since November 3 - a 2-0 victory over Havant back in April.
- Both teams sit just outside the relegation-zone and are separated by goal difference.
- Both sides have scored in all-but one of Wrexham’s matches this season.
- Aldershot are yet to win at home while Wrexham have yet to take three points on the road.
Solihull Moors vs. Yeovil Town
- Yeovil are the division’s form team following four straight wins - the only club to achieve that this season.
- Solihull are on the slide and have taken just one point from a possible 15.
- Yeovil have climbed to fourth but have already lost three times away from home.
- Solihull have re-signed striker Adi Yussuff from Blackpool - he scored 21 goals for the Moors last season.
Chorley vs Woking
- Leaders Woking are undefeated away from home, dropping just two points on their travels.
- Chorley have the division’s worst defensive record, letting in 23. Woking’s 20-goal start makes them the division’s top scorers.
- Chorley haven’t been out of the relegation places all season - and have won just once in 11 matches
- Both sides have scored in seven of Woking’s last eight fixtures.
Top Picks from LV BET
-Both teams to score in each half of FC Halifax v Barnet
-Notts County to end Bromley’s unbeaten run but both teams score
-Aldershot to end their ten-month wait for a Saturday home win
-Yeovil to win at Solihull but both teams to score
-Woking to lead at half-time but Chorley fight-back to draw
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