National League Tips: Fylde, Salford, Orient and Wrexham set for wins?
Nick Murphy | 30 October 2018
Non-league betting preview and odds
With the midweek Carabao Cup and Copa Del Rey action spread across three nights, our attention this evening turns to the National League.
There’s a full complement of games to enjoy from the top division of non-league football. And we’ve previewed five of them in our National League tips.
AFC Fylde v Gateshead
Leyton Orient and Salford City may be grabbing the headlines, but Fylde are going nicely too. Dave Challinor’s men won 6-0 at the weekend to take their unbeaten league run to eight matches.
They’ve got goals all through the side and should prove too strong for a Gateshead outfit which has faced just one team from the top-half of the table away from home so far.
Barnet v Salford City
Barnet may have improved after a poor start but their record against the division’s top teams leaves a lot to be desired. Just one of their seven wins so far has come against a fellow top-half side.
That could leave the door open for Salford tonight at 31/20. The Ammies have won their last five matches on the road in all competitions, with Adam Rooney averaging a goal a game in that run.
They have the firepower to cause Barnet’s defence some serious problems tonight. You can back them to Win with Over 2.5 Goals in the match at 13/4.
Eastleigh v Leyton Orient
Orient are flying at the top of the National League. The O’s are the division’s joint top scorers and could enjoy themselves against an Eastleigh side who remain inconsistent at home.
The Spitfires have won just three times at Silverlake so far this term – failing to score more than a single goal in any of their eight matches on the South Coast.
Sutton United v Chesterfield
The acquisition of 6ft 7in forward Tom Denton is slowly improving Chesterfield’s fortunes, although tonight’s visit to Sutton will be tough for the Spireites.
Martin Allen’s men are winless on the road in the National League since early August, while the U’s have been consistent without setting the world alight at Gander Green Lane.
Wrexham v Hartlepool United
Once upon a time this match would’ve played within the confines of League One. Now both sides are scrapping to make it back into the Football League after stints outside of the 92.
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