Unibet's Vanarama National League Matchday 46 Preview

By Sam Elliott

Alright, it’s not the tense and traumatic final day that we perhaps imagined it would be - but there’s still so many big matters to settle.

A lot of the hard work was done last weekend and it’s going to take something special for things to change in the relegation, play-offs and top three chase.

But in a season where things seem to flip every five minutes, Unibet don’t believe for one second that there’s not another twist to be found somewhere on Saturday!

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Chesterfield vs Maidstone United

We all know final day miracles do happen, but Maidstone United winning for the first time in over six months against a side gunning for promotion?

Woking are praying for some divine inspiration or it will be Chesterfield dodging the midweek Eliminators - and the Cards facing three games for the EFL.

The Spireites need to only match what they do at Solihull Moors to take a top three place, zooming directly into a home semi-final next Sunday.

BT Sport will be there to see it all unfold with all games kicking-off at 5.30pm.

One to watch: Andrew Dallas (Chesterfield)
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Boreham Wood vs Yeovil Town

If something really out of the blue is to happen this weekend, is a late play-off shift your best bet?

Boreham Wood will seal the deal with just a point against Yeovil Town.

But if they slip up - and Southend United win at home to Wealdstone - the Essex club will dislodge them and secure a top seven place against the odds.

Problem is for the Shrimpers, the Glovers are already down and haven’t won in 11 matches.

But Luke Garrard knows his team haven’t been great at home to the strugglers this term - dropping points at Meadow Park to Gateshead, York City, Torquay United and Aldershot Town.

One to watch: Lee Ndlovu (Boreham Wood)
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Torquay United vs Wrexham

The fans know it, the players probably do and the club are already talking about when it happens and not if.

Torquay require an unlikely series of results on Saturday to stop them from going down for the second time in five years.

A seven goal swing is needed - and then they’ve got to hope Maidenhead United don’t pick up a point at Gateshead.

Worse still, they face Wrexham who may still be nursing hangovers but have the quality to finish in style even if they’re still in party mode.

"It's sad, but the club's strong, it's gone down before and it can come back up," manager Gary Johnson has said.

Five wins from their last seven and just one defeat in that time shows they gave it all, whatever happens.

It may prove to be too little too late but they’re not giving up just yet - even if the odds are totally against them.

It’s going to be a final weekend full of talking points!

One to watch: Asa Hall (Torquay United)
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Where next?

Unibet's National League North And South Preview A title race that’s gone to the final day, a play-off chase incredibly still involving ten clubs and a battle to avoid the drop still burning.
BT Sport's Final National League Day Pick Is Confirmed BT Sport’s final day selection has been made as the race for the top three falls into focus.