Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: English National League: Gameweek 38 Preview

English National League: Gameweek 38 Preview


Despite the coronavirus outbreak that has forced most leagues to stop around the world, the English National League will continue, which means there’s still some money to be made. 

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Standings provided by Sofascore LiveScore

Tuesday 17 March

Sutton United 23/20
Draw 47/20 
AFC Flyde 22/10

We kick off proceedings at the Knights Community Stadium, where 14th-placed Sutton play host to relegation-threatened AFC Flyde. The hosts have been blowing hot and cold recently drawing five of their last eight matches, winning two and losing one. The visitors may be 17th on the log but they are not willing to go down without a fight, collecting seven points on their last three matches including winning the last two. The last three meetings between these two sides have ended in a share of the spoils. Back these sides to cancel each other out at 47/20.

Eastleigh 14/10
Draw 9/4
Dover 18/10

Eastleigh and Dover Athletic are two sides who have conceded a lot of goals this season with the host conceding 55 while the visitors have let in 49. Each of their last four meeting saw both team find the back of the net. I’m expecting that trend to continue here, therefore I suggest backing Both Teams to Score at 15/20. 

Barnet 14/10
Draw 23/10
Barrow 18/10

Barnet host top of the table side Barrow at the Hive Stadium on Tuesday night. The visitors are just four points above second-placed Harrogate. Their latest league action ended in a 2-0 defeat to Notts County. With nine games to go, the Bluebirds cannot afford anymore slip-ups if they are to gain automatic promotion. Back the away side to grind a narrow win at 18/10.

Torquay United 33/20
Draw 24/10
Notts County 29/20

Torquay United and in-form Notts County will lock horns at the Plainmoor and we can expect nothing but pain in this encounter. The hosts are comfortable at 15th spot and have nothing much to play for while Notts County are eying automatic promotion. The visitors are seven points behind log-leaders Barrow and they are well aware they need to win all the remaining nine games if they are to have any chance. The visitors have won each of their last five matches and they will be confident facing a team that has nothing much to play for. Back the in-form side at 29/20. 

TREBLE @ 4/1
Eastleigh vs Dover BTTS @ 15/20
Barrow Win @ 18/10
Notts County Win @ 29/20

Written by Banele Pikwa

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