The National League is back and so are we, with five of (hopefully) the best to be getting on with.
Braintree vs Wrexham
The thing that stands out in this fixture is the recent lack of goals at home in Braintree matches and the same story for Wrexham away.
7/11 of Braintree’s games at at home have seen under 1.5 goals, including the last five
Wrexham’s last three away games have gone under 1.5 goals
Braintree have not conceded in last four home games
Wrexham have not conceded in last three away fixtures
0.5 units under 1.5 goals at $3.32 with
0.5 units Wrexham to win 0-1 at $8.0 with (UK version) $8.5 with BetVictor
Cheltenham vs Altrincham
Cheltenham could well put half a dozen past Altrincham so you know where we are going with this, right? Cheltenham are a best priced $1.36 to win, the shortest they’ve been all season and while Altrincham are not a good team they did win their last home game and their 2nd last away game so with odds as big as $12 you don’t need to see too many positives to get involved.
If Dover’s away form (P13, W4, D4, L5) was anywhere as good as their home form (P12, W9, D1, L2) they would be pushing Cheltenham at the top of the table. As it is, they still sit handily placed in 3rd spot, a single point ahead of Grimsby having played two more games.
1 unit Dover at $5.90 with
Halifax vs Tranmere
Halifax have conceded first in 13 of their last 14 home games and have shipped 18 goals in their last five home games. Tranmere are vulnerable against any team, however, and have failed to win in 6 attempts on the road when priced at $2.50 or lower this season, so i’m backing the shock home win here.