Free Football Betting Tips – Saturday 5th September 2015
Last week proved to be a successful one for our non-league betting tips with winning bets on Saturday and a 2-1 come back for outsiders Aldershot Town on Monday, giving our followers a nice little return on their bets. I’ve got four more football bets for you this weekend.
Barrow v Eastleigh - National League
Eastleigh came through August unbeaten and are one of the early-season promotion favourites. The Spitfires won their third straight game and moved up to second in the Vanarama National League on Monday, and face a trip to Holker Street on Saturday. Barrow sit in a lowly 18th place having picked up two wins, four defeats and one draw so far this season. Bluebirds boss Darren Edmondson seems to be under pressure already following a meeting with the clubs millionaire backer. Edmondson hasn’t been helped by injury and illness so far and instances of sloppy defending have proved costly, something they can’t afford to do against Eastleigh.
Hemel Hempstead Town v Basingstoke Town - National League South
Hemel Hempstead face winless Basingstoke Town at Vaxhall Road this weekend and manager Dean Brennan will be looking for a good reaction following a disappointing bank holiday weekend for the Tudors, a 1-0 home defeat against Maidenhead United came after they draw 2-2 against ten-man St Albans City on Monday. Basingstoke have picked up three points from their opening seven National League South fixtures this campaign. Despite this Hemel will need to be at their best against a tough side who finished third last season and as it stands Hemel Hempstead only have 12 fully fit players. For me the 4.33 on offer at Bet365 is over priced and worth a small punt like like Aldershot were on Monday.
Curzon Ashton v Nuneaton - National League North
Nuneaton sit in third place and were unbeaten until they lost 1-0 to Gloucester on Monday and have a squad capable of making a real promotion push this season, including former Premier League striker Marlon Harewood, last seasons Evo-Stik League top scorer Aaron Williams and they’ve added midfielder Elliott Whitehouse this week. Curzon Ashton are just outside of the bottom three and while their performances have been better then their league position suggests Nuneaton should be winning this one.