Another goal-fest took place in the National League on Tuesday night with 35 goals scored across the 12 fixtures. The National League marks its 40th year anniversary this weekend, and we’re sure to see thrills and spills up and down the country. Wrexham have now scored in 10 consecutive league games under Bryan Hughes, excluding the playoffs and picked up all three points against previous league leaders FC Halifax Town on Tuesday night. In the words of the Bootlegger, Pop pickers will look to back their side who travel to Notts County on Sunday afternoon with the hosts picking up four points from their first four games. At the other end of the table, Chesterfield have now gone eight league games in a row without keeping a clean sheet. Their last shut-out was a 0-0 draw at Dover in April. Both teams to score may be worth a punt as they travel to Barnet, and has been an outcome in two of the host’s four games this term. Solihull Moors’ 6-1 win at Chorley on Tuesday was the club’s joint-highest National League victory and are one of four unbeaten sides in the league. The Moors are now unbeaten in eight home league games (excluding play-offs) and face bottom of the table Ebbsfleet this weekend, who themselves have gone nine league games without a win. Tim Flowers’ side have scored more (13) than any other team so far this season, whilst Gary Hill’s men have conceded 11 goals, which is the most in the division. The half-time/full-time market will be worth checking out for this one.Each week LV BET will be providing punters with some exclusive enhanced odds, and this week we’re offering you Barrow to beat Yeovil at 30/1.