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National League North Preview – Saturday 7th November 2015 

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Bottom of the league Corby Town host Rob Smith’s AFC Telford side with the visitors looking to compound more misery on Ian Sampson’s side this coming Saturday.

The host side have failed to win since August, and the visitors are priced with Betfair at 6/5 to win only their second league match on the road this season. The draw is currently on offer at 9/5 with Betfair. Rob Smith’s side have no current injury concerns and Ladbrokes are offering 2/1 for the home win.

Solihull Moors travel to Suffolk this weekend to take on second placed Lowestoft Town in the National League North, looking to make it back to back win’s in the division.

Lowestoft Town have lost their last six games in all competitions, both home and away, but Bet365 are offering 4/1 for the home win. Solihull Moors know that a win could see them go top of the division, depending on other results, and this is currently best priced with Paddy Power at 4/7. The best price on offer for the draw is with at 3/1 with Bet365.

In-form Boston United travel to East Yorkshire, with the home side looking to bounce back after successive defeats in all competitions.

North Ferriby United have not lost to Boston United since the 2009-2010 season, and are currently priced with Betfair at 11/10 to secure the three points once more on Saturday. Boston United on the other hand are unbeaten in their last five matches in all competitions, and are currently best priced at 21/10 with Bet365 for the win themselves. The draw can currently be backed at 9/4 with Boylesports.

Boston United’s current top goal scorer Dayle Southwell has found the net on eleven occasions thus far this season, and the away side will be hoping he can continue his fine start to the current campaign this weekend.

Lancashire side Chorley travel to Manchester this Saturday to take on Stockport County with both sides looking to claim maximum points and maintain the pace with the leaders in the division.

Both sides have met each other on three other occasions in their history, with Chorley winning each tie, home and away. They are best priced with Bet365 at 23/10 to make it four out of four this weekend. On the other hand, Stockport County are only six points off top spot going into this fixture, and know the importance themselves on securing three points. Boylesports are offering 11/10 for a home win, with Bet365 best priced at 5/2 for the match to finish as a draw.

Tamworth are looking to secure their third win in succession when they host mid-table Gloucester City this weekend.
Tamworth boss Andy Morrell know securing three points will put them in touching distance with the league leaders, and they are currently unbeaten at home this season. Bet365 are currently offering 8/13 for the home win.

Gloucester City themselves have only secured one win on the road thus far this season, and have struggled for goals this season, but Bet365 are best priced at 5/1 for the away side to secure maximum points. The draw is being offered by Betfair at 5/2.

In form side Curzon Ashton travel to West Yorkshire to face slight favourites Bradford Park Avenue this weekend
The home side have yet to beat Curzon Ashton in their head to head meetings, but are currently best priced with Bet365 at 23/20 to turn this around.

The away side on the other hand are 2/1 with Betfair to steal maximum points, whilst the draw is currently trading at 11/5 with Boylesports. Both sides are not shy in front of goal this season and Boylesports are best priced for both teams to score in this weekend’s fixtures at 8/13.

Home side Nuneaton Town have won their last three matches in all competitions, whilst their opponents, Alfreton Town, have failed to win in their last three fixtures.

Kevin Wilson’s side are looking to make it four out of four, and come up against Nicky Law’s Alfreton side who are winless in the last their last five league matches. Unsurprisingly the home side are clear favourites, with Paddy Power offering 8/13 on them to grab all three points, whilst the draw is best priced with Paddy at 13/5.

However, Alfreton Town have won the last two matches between these sides in the head to head, and can be found with Betfair at 17/5 to steal the three points themselves.