Unibet's Vanarama National League Matchday 13 Preview

By Sam Elliott

When the action is as good as it’s been so far this season, another installment on Tuesday night can’t come quickly enough.

There’s ten Vanarama National League games coming your way in midweek with vital points on offer at both ends of the table.

Things are starting to really take shape - but with October’s end fast approaching, nobody wants an early Halloween horror show!

Every week, new betting partner Unibet will run the rule over the weekend’s main matches in the division.

All your odds across the Vanarama National League are available at Unibet.

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Altrincham vs Solihull Moors

The BT Sport game sees two sides with top seven ambition cross swords - and if it’s half as entertaining as Saturday’s live game we’re in for a treat.

Altrincham manager Phil Parkinson cut a frustrated figure after surrendering a lead to lose at Eastleigh on Saturday.

“We were really disappointed not to come away with a draw,” he told the club’s video service.

“On another day we could have taken a point home. We have to remember we’re always over achieving but we need to learn from what happened and swallow our medicine.

“We have always reacted when we have needed to so if the lads can’t get up for the game on Tuesday then there’s something up with them.”

Solihull Moors manager Neal Ardley and his team occupy the play-off place Alty had not so long ago.

They looked the real deal against in-form FC Halifax and the former Wimbledon and Notts County coach said: “Sometimes you win a game with quality, sometimes it's grit, determination, and discipline.

“I’ve spent a few weeks watching FC Halifax and Altrincham.

“We had to do the work without the ball on Saturday, and clean sheets are always the bedrock. After ten games you can start to get a feel for where you’re at.”

One to watch: Joe Sbarra (Solihull Moors)
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Notts County vs Bromley

By their own manager’s admission, there’s something going on at Bromley right now.

The club who are making serious strides on and off the pitch have leapt into the promotion race after six sensational wins from six.

Now Notts County are the latest club who have to contain Andy Woodman’s men, who head into the Meadow Lane match scoring 11 times in their last four.

But it’s a meeting of two teams who are enjoying the feel-good factor right now.

The Magpies ended their miserable three-game losing run by turning over Yeovil Town and, on Saturday, Stockport County. Now they have the most in-form side in the country in their sights.

One to watch: Rúben Rodrigues (Notts County)
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FC Halifax Town vs Dagenham & Redbridge

A game between two sides who usually either win or lose is sure to be a good watch.

Between them, FC Halifax Town and Dagenham & Redbridge have drawn just twice in their last 16 games.

This season, they have shared 47 goals - and these sit side-by-side, Pete Wild’s team in fourth, one place above the Daggers.

Halifax start as favourites - they have won their last six at home in all competitions.

The East Londoners need to get things sorted on the road after successive defeats, going down to Boreham Wood, Woking and Wrexham.

It’s sure to be another sensational night of National League action!

One to watch: Matty Warburton (FC Halifax Town)
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Where next?

What Happened On Tuesday Across The National League It was certainly a night of shocks and surprises in the Vanarama National League.
Unibet's Vanarama National League North & South Preview There’s little time to over-think the weekend results - the action in the National League North and South is coming thick and fast!