This midweek fixture list in Vanarama National League has some intriguing matches. New Chesterfield Boss Danny Lowe take charge of his first home match as Chesterfield look for back to back wins. In-form Bromley head to Kings Lynn Town, who return to league action following their FA Cup 2nd round match. Maidenhead take on struggling Dover, while Solihull Moors aim to keep another clean sheet and take all three points at home to Hartlepool League leaders Torquay head to the entertainers of the League so far Wealdstone, while two teams in play-off positions Woking and Sutton United battle it out. Wrexham will aim to keep their recent unbeaten run going as they host Altrincham, who surprised Maidenhead on the weekend. Desperate for a win Yeovil will hope to get it against Eastleigh, while in form Notts County head south to goal shy Dagenham & Redbridge. Finally on match day 12, two low scorers meet on Wednesday as FC Halifax entertain Barnet.
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Here’s the LV Bet match-by-match guide to this midweek action!
Chesterfield v Aldershot
Form: W-L-L-L-W Goals for (17) – Goals against (18) – Points 9
Key Highlight: New Manager James Rowe takes charge of his first home match as Chesterfield look to pick up back to back wins. Keeping goals out has been an issue so should Rowe improve this, they will have no problem picking up points as they can score plenty.
Form: L-D-W-W-L Goals for (13) – Goals against (12) – Points 11
Key Highlight: After 3 matches unbeaten with wins over Notts County and Altrincham, The Shots suffered a 1-0 defeat to Wrexham. With 3 wins from 9 matches, Aldershot will be looking for another win to move up the table.
Kings Lynn Town v Bromley
Kings Lynn Town
Form: W-W-L-W-L Goals for (16) – Goals against (24) – Points 13
Key Highlight: Two wins on the spin in the Vanarama National League has propelled Kings Lynn Town to mid table. Both victories were by a score line of 2-0 which will please the Manger having conceded 24 goals in their first 8 matches
Form: D-W-D-D-W Goals for (17) – Goals against (12) – Points 16
Key Highlight: Bromley are on a nice unbeaten run and sit just outside the promotion places knowing a win will lift them into the Top 7.
Maidenhead v Dover
Form: L-D-D-W-W Goals for (15) – Goals against (19) – Points 17
Key Highlight: Top goalscrorer Sam Barratt will be licking his lips as Maidenhead face Dover as he looks to add to his tally of goals this season.
Form: L-L-L-W-L Goals for (6) – Goals against (24) – Points 6
Key Highlight: Dover need a upturn of form to move up the table and improve on their goal scoring record with only 6 from 9 matches.
Solihull Moors v Hartlepool
Form: W-L-D-W-W Goals for (11) – Goals against (5) – Points 13
Key Highlight: One of the best defences in the Vanarama National League, Solihull Moors have only conceded 5 from 7 matches and will look for another shut out against Hartlepool.
Form: D-W-L-L-D Goals for (12) – Goals against (10) – Points 15
Key Highlight: Unbeaten in two, Hartlepool climbed up the table with a win over Yeovil and draw last midweek against Barnet.
Wealdstone v Torquay
Form: L-D-L-W-W Goals for (19) – Goals against (23) – Points 17
Key Highlight: The entertainers of the Vanarama National League this year, Wealdstone have made a great start to the campaign, but without a win in 3 matches, so need to look to pick up at least appoint to stay in the promotion places.
Form: W-D-W-W-W Goals for (20) – Goals against (7) – Points 22
Key Highlight: Top of the table Torquay come into this well rested after a 2-1 win at Halifax on 21st Nov. Winning 7 from 9 matches, Gary Johnson’s men will look to maintain their lead at the top.
Woking v Sutton Untied
Form: W-W-D-L-L Goals for (17) – Goals against (12) – Points 17
Key Highlight: Two back to back wins over Barnet and Dover scoring 9 in the process has propelled Woking to a play-off place and this match versus rival play-off hopefuls Sutton United should be a classic.
Form: W-L-D-D-W Goals for (18) – Goals against (12) – Points 20
Key Highlight: After three matches without a win Sutton United retuned to winning ways with a home win against FC Halifax. Sitting 2nd in the League with 20 point from 10 games is a good return.
Wrexham v Altrincham
Form: D-W-W-W-D Goals for (13) – Goals against (8) – Points 17
Key Highlight: Wrexham are on a great run of form which has seen them take 11 points from a maximum 15 as the new Owners seem to have given the players a boost on the pitch.
Form: W-L-W-W-L Goals for (11) – Goals against (13) – Points 15
Key Highlight: An outstanding win over Maidenhead on Saturday gave Altrincham 9 points from a possible 12 as they have moved into mid table in the Vanarama National League.
Yeovil v Eastleigh
Form: L-D-L-L-D Goals for (8) – Goals against (13) – Points 5
Key Highlight: Yeovil signed Craig Dagnell last week and he could be the player to improve their fortunes as last year’s play-off side haven’t made the best of starts this season.
Form: W-W-L-D-D Goals for (16) – Goals against (9) – Points 14
Key Highlight: Back to back wins over Wealdstone and Bromley leave Eastleigh in mid table from their 7 matches. Coming into this fresh could be a big advantage as they look to continue their fine scoring record of 16 goals.
Dagenham & Redbridge v Notts County
Dagenham & Redbridge
Form: D-W-L-D-L Goals for (5) – Goals against (9) – Points 8
Key Highlight: You don’t see many goals when Dagenham & Redbridge are playing and with Notts County in a good vein of form, it’s time for The Daggers to improve their scoring.
Form: W-W-D-L-L Goals for (17) – Goals against (11) – Points 16
Key Highlight: The Magpies have won two quickly on the bounce with wins over Chesterfield and Wealdstone scoring 3 times in both. If they find their scoring boots again, it could well be another 3 points.
FC Halifax Town v Barnet
FC Halifax Town
Form: L-L-D-L-D Goals for (6) – Goals against (8) – Points 7
Key Highlight: FC Halifax, like Yeovil haven’t started this season well and with only 1 win from 9 matches, will be looking to improve on this making home advantage count against Barnet.
Form: D-L-L-L-D Goals for (8) – Goals against (19) – Points 8
Key Highlight: The Bees aren’t buzzing at the minute and like FC Halifax struggle to score goals. Don’t see too many goals in this one, so a draw could well be the bet here.