30.04.2008., srijeda

30.4.3008. +6.25 units


Barrow – Telford 1 (2.25 @StanJames) 5 units

Barrow are flying high and our long-term bet on them to promote @13.00 placed 15 days ago already seems like a winner (the odds are now between @3.25 and @4.00). I suppose you know everything about their current form already, but it's always nice to update the stats in this case – they're unbeaten in the last 17 matches (they were in the relegation zone in November), they have eight wins and a 1:1 draw against champions from Kettering in the last nine, six wins and that same draw against Kettering in the last seven home matches, only one goal conceded (yes, Kettering did that) and ten goals scored in the last five matches or, if you want, only two goals conceded in the last ten matches. Amazing form. They weren't at their best against Tamworth (2:0) and Worcester (1:0) this Saturday, but they've won both matches nevertheless and grabbed that last play-off spot. They'll do their best against Telford and 2.25 is way too much – my odds would be 2.00 max. Of course, let's not forget those two matches between these teams this season – it was 4:0 for Barrow at their place and 2:0 also for Barrow away at Telford (yes, 6:0 in two matches). It's going to be harder now and a low-scoring draw could happen here too, but I have to back Barrow at this price.

Telford aren't unbeatable away from home – Kettering, Stalybridge, Southport and Harrogate were all a lot better away from home this season than Telford. 10-4-7 (25:22) is okay, but it isn't something we should be afraid of. Whatever happens in the play-off's, Telford players, manager and officials can be proud – last season they got promoted from Unibond Premier league and now they're fighting for promotion to Conference National. But, they have been on/off far too often this season – they've lost 1:5 at home to Southport a month ago, then lost the next three matches too (condeded seven goals, scored none) and although they now have three wins in a row (all very good or at least good teams), I can't see them doing much away at Barrow. In the second match they'll definitely be up for it, I doubt that they'll allow themselves another handicap defeat to Barrow infront of their own fans, but infront of Barrow's fans no other team but Barrow can be considered as favorites. Telford scored 8 goals in the last three matches, but conceded in all of these matches. Even Telford's fans agree that it will be very tough away at Barrow and about 3000 Barrow's fans will definitely create a perfect background for the home team. Telford will most probably be without their injured midfielder Fitzpatrick and another midfielder Nwadike still isn't 100% fit – he was replaced in the 58th minute on Saturday.

(2.25 also at BetDirect and Better, 2.20 at Sportingbet and Skybet, 2.15 at Bwin, only 1.90 at Stanleybet...)

FT 2:0

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29.04.2008., utorak

29.4.2008. +4.6 units


Braintree – (0) Eastbourne 2 (1.92 @Pinnacle) 5 units

Great odds for this asian handicap – we get our money back if the match ends with a draw. Eastbourne are big favorites here, they were without a couple of very important players this Saturday, lost 0:1, but it was Braintree's last chance for a play-off spot (and they had a lot of luck with other play-off candidates' results) and Eastbourne knew they'd finish 2nd. Team news are very important in this case. ''...Leading scorer Andy Atkin will return as Eastbourne Borough travel to Braintree for the first leag of their Blue Square South play-off semi-final. Atkin has missed the last three matches due a three match suspension following his dismissal for violent conduct against Weston Super Mare at Priory Lane. The striker will spearhhead the attack and will likely be partnered by the pacey Nathan Crabb. Borough will be at full strength for the clash with Marc Pullan, Ben Austin, Darren Baker, Matt Smart, Allan Tait and Robbie Kember all fit again. Skipper Paul Armstrong and midfielder Pat Harding are set to return to the side after being rested for last Saturday's 1-0 league defeat at Braintree...''. Braintree have some different team news to deal with: ''...Braintree still have a stack of injuries to contend with. Ian Cousins is out with an infection and striker James Baker (ankle) is also unavailable, while Louis Riddle is rated as doubtful. However, Braintree are hopeful that defender Russell Edwards will be available again. The hosts will be without Lee Burns, which Patterson feels is a big blow, but he is counting on the home support to see his side through...''. I just can't see Eastbourne losing this match.

(1.99 at Bet1128, 1.94 at 10Bet, 1.90 at Bet365, but you can improvize this DRAW NO BET yourselves – Skybet, for instance, offer 2.63 for an away win and StanJames offer 3.60 for a draw... Stanleybet offer 2.40 for an away win and 3.60 for a draw...)

FT 0:2

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26.04.2008., subota

26.4.2008. -0.32 units

CONF NORTH DOUBLE: Barrow – Worcester 1 @1.50 & Vauxhall – Southport 2 @1.50 (2.25 @Betway) 4 units

Barrow's chances for a play-off spot are looking very good – in fact, they only have to win this match and they're in – doesn't matter how other play-off candidates do. Barrow's 2:0 home win over Tamworth last Saturday was their 7th win in the last 8 matches and 5th win in the last 6 home matches (all wins except that 1:1 draw vs champions Kettering) – they didn't play very well against Tamworth, it's understandable, it was their 5th match in 15 days, but like I said once before, after their new management duo took over a couple of months ago, they became the team that can beat anyone – even when they're nothing playing their best. They have a great goalkeeper, they conceded only one goal (vs Kettering) in the last four (scored 9), Matt Henney scored twice and then came off to save some strength and health for this crucial match... The whole town is buzzing now when Barrow create their own destiny and don't have to rely on other results, they were finally without a midweek match so they're not that tired, huge crowd is expected and I expect a strong win for the promotion candidates. Barrow are one of the three best home teams in the league, they have 12-4-4 (39:18). Their motivation should prove to be crucial here, after all Worcester are right in the middle of the table, they're 12th, they've conceded 37 goals in 20 away matches (only five poor teams conceded more). They have only one win (1:0 at already relegated Leigh RMI) and five defeats (1:3 at Hyde, 0:3 at Kettering, 0:1 at Stalybridge, 0:6 at 19th Blyth and, finally, 0:1 at mid-table Workington this Tuesday) in the last six away matches, they've also lost their last two home matches (0:1 to mid-table Gainsborough and 0:2 to Redditch in the local Cup final) and they have some serious selection problems for this match, especially with strikers. Wilding is out suspended, Dinsmore is injured and Danks is probably going to leave the club soon (there are rumours that he already left) – even if he plays, he won't be 100% fit, he wasn't even on the bench this Tuesday. Defender Khan is another injury doubt, important midfielder Nwadike left the club last month after they secured their safety and their no1 goalkeeper McDonnell is still out following his shoulder surgery. Worcester scored only two goals and conceded ten in April – that's six matches (including two Cup final matches, they've won 1:0 at Redditch, but lost 0:2 to the same Redditch at home), Worcester had a midweek match every single week and they're definitely tired and, I'll say it once again, unmotivated. Yesterday their manager even announced they will have a much reduced budget for next season. Barrow are complete and only a big surprise could keep them out of the play-off zone.

Southport are also creators of their own play-ff destiny – if they win at Vauxhall, they're in, they could even finish higher than 4th. They take these play-off's very seriously – they sacked their manager after two April defeats in a row (1:4 at Solihull, 0:1 to Kettering) and their new manager obviously knows how to regain confidence. Southport now have three wins and three clean sheets in a row (1:0 vs Alfreton, 2:0 away at Nuneaton, 2:0 vs Leigh RMI). Southport are one of the four best away teams in the league (11-3-6) and, before that shocking defeat at Solihull, they had three away wins in a row (3:2 at Hinckley, 3:1 at Tamworth, 5:1 at Telford) and let's not forget that 2:0 win at Nuneaton (a week ago) who still had some play-off hopes left then. Southport's best scorer Gray (27 goals this season) scored against Leigh RMI after not scoring in three matches in a row (before that, he scored 16 goals in 10 matches – at least one in every single match), they have no important injury worries and they really have a perfect opponent, doesn't matter much that it's away from home. Okay, there is a bit of pressure, sure, but that's why they brought in a new manager and prepared for this, right? Vauxhall have been relagated for some time now, they have 15 points less than 19th Blyth who are 19th and safe. They have six defeats and an away draw at mid-table Tamworth in the last seven matches, their goal-difference in the last 11 matches is 3:25 (at home it's 0:8 in the last four), but their forward Heler who is still suspended for this match (along with midfielder Egerton) scored two of those three goals and assisted for the third. They still have some injury problems, they have the lowest home crowd in the league (Southport's away fans will most probably outnumber Vauxhall's fans) and they're usually terrible when they're playing against a team from or near the play-off zone. Just look at these results – 0:6 at Kettering, 0:2 at Harrogate, 2:5 vs Stalybridge, 1:3 vs Telford, 2:3 vs Southport, 2:3 at Telford, 0:2 vs Barrow, 1:4 at Barrow, 0:6 vs Kettering, 0:1 vs Harrogate, 1:4 at Stalybridge. Not a single point out of those 11 matches against current play-off candidates. I don't think that this 12th match will produce a positive result for Vauxhall – they are playing without pressure, but they're still playing terrible.

(2.10 at StanJames, Expekt, Sportingbet, BetDirect, Better, Primebet, Stanleybet...)

FT 1:0 / 1:2

SOUTHERN/UNIBOND DOUBLE: King's Lynn to win Southern Premier @1.33 & Fleetwood – Frickley 1 @1.30 (1.73 @Bet365) 4 units

I'll keep it really short here – King's Lynn already have one hand on the title, they could win the title even if they lose this match (if Team Bath lose too and I can see that happening), everybody agrees that they have the strongest squad in the league by far and their goal-difference is much better than Team Bath's who are playing away at 4th Chippenham, a very strong team that only lost twice at home this season. And, honestly, I don't think students from Team Bath want to go up that much – it was like that last season too, when Maidenhead went up through the play-off's. Team Bath have no fans (almost ten times lower home crowds than Conf South teams), everybody hates them and calls them 'Team Tax'... Well, it's a long story, but it would be very weird if Team Bath really end up in Conference South next season. Merthyr Tydfil are 13th, they had some nice results lately, secured their safety and that was the most important thing for them. They will miss two suspended players for this match and King's Lynn will bring a bunch of fans so the atmosphere will be quite good for the mighty Linnets. 1.33 is really too much for this 'King's Lynn to win Southern Premier' option. Fair odds would be 1.15. Btw, it was 5:1 for King's Lynn when they were playing against Merthyr at home, back in December.

If Fleetwood win this match, they're the champions of Unibond Premier league. As simple as that. Pressure? Sure. Can they screw up? I don't think so. Witton are the ones who screwed up – they've been the league leaders all this time, their goal-difference is still far better than Fleetwood's, but somehow they managed to screw up and now only a miracle could save them. What happened, you ask? Well, Fleetwood won all six matches in April. Witton played only three matches in April, won twice, but only shared points away at struggling, 19th North Ferriby. Of course, the most important thing happened in March, when Witton lost 0:3 at home to Fleetwood. Fleetwood deserve this title and Frickley at home, infront of their own fans, isn't a match they should be afraid of. Frickley are 13th, they're safe alright (they could drop a couple of places, but not all the way down to the relegation zone), they have two embarassing defeats in a row (0:3 at Witton, 0:4 at Buxton) and they'll miss two suspended players for this match. Fleetwood should crush them, but any kind of win is fine with me. Miracles happen, sure, but fair odds for a Fleetwood win should once again be 1.15, not 1.30. Both miniature odds, but value odds indeed.

(1.66 at StanJames, Skybet, Better, BetDirect...)

FT: yes / 1:1


Hayes & Yeading – Bognor Regis 1 (2.00 @Skybet) 4 units

OVER 3.5 would be a brilliant option here, anything above 2.20 would be a value bet, but as only Stanleybet and Pinnacle are offering OVER's in this case, this home win will be a reserve option for 4 units. Do I have to copy/paste Hayes' home results from the last couple of months once again? Well, here they are – 3:1 vs Havant, 6:1 vs Bromley, 'only' 3:0 vs Bath (the most 'under' team in the league), 1:3 vs Newport, 2:2 vs Bishop's Stortford, 3:3 vs Braintree and finally, last Saturday, 3:1 vs Cambridge. Defender Collins returns after suspension, midfielder Hendry is still suspended, but that's not as important as the way Hayes play their football – very attacking, very attractive, nice moves, fast counter-attacks... They obviously want to score as many goals as possible, they had fifteen or twenty shots on goal last Saturday, Cambridge could've conceded five or six – and also score a few more, because of Hayes' defence that conceded 33 goals in 20 home matches. It would be strange for them not to score (and concede) a couple of goals – especially in this kind of match, last fixture of the season, infront of their fans, against the team who is finally mathematically safe and should be a lot more relaxed and up for a good game of football. Bognor managed to beat Hayes 3:0 in November and they'll definitely be up for a sweet revenge. Scott and Palmer both scored 15 goals for Hayes this season – maybe they'll be up for their own private competition.

After playing a couple of matches under pressure, now when they finally secured their safety, we should see Bognor Regis playing a bit more attractive football. They will definitely feel more relaxed (and should concede at least a few goals) after they took that crucial point against poor Sutton and, after all, it's the last match of the season for them too. Bognor will be without midfielder Warner who is btw a fresh signing, but he got sent off in his first match for Bognor. If we look at their away matches in 2008, we can see a lot of high-scoring matches, 2:3 at Basingstoke, 3:5 at Bishop's Stortford, 2:2 at Cambridge, 1:3 at Fisher... They had a couple of UNDER's too, but this is Hayes they're up against, not Sutton. After losing 1:3 at Fisher three weeks ago, they scored three and conceded only two in three matches (1:0 St Albans at home, 1:1 at Hampton, 1:1 Sutton at home), but as I said, that was all very nervous, careful matches, fighting for bare existence in Conf South. They're safe now and even if they decide to try and play the most boring match in the world, Hayes wouldn't let them. Two reserve players will get a chance in this match, Birmingham is out injured... I expect a high-scoring home win here.

(1.91 at StanJames, Blue Square, Bet365 and 888Sport, 1.90 at Sportingbet, Expekt, BetDirect, Better...)

FT 0:2


Kettering – Gainsborough 1 (1.67 @Bet365) 4 units

Once again, OVER 3.5 would be a perfect option here, this is only a plan B. Kettering have had an amazing season – they have 17 points more than 2nd Telford, wonderful goal-difference 91:33 and at home they have 16-1-3 (55:18). They're still playing their best, unlike Lewes in Conference South, and this is a special occasion – the last match of the great season, at home, infront of their fans. Out of Kettering's 16 home wins, 12 were by at least two goals. In 2008, they scored 31 and conceded 11 goals in 10 home matches. Kettering were the best team in the league from the start of the season (they had seven wins in the first seven matches), but they really started to score a bunch of goals in 2008 (6:1 vs Solihull in January, 5:2 vs both Southport and Hucknall in February...). They had five wins in a row in March (goal-difference 16:2) before an off-day and a 0:2 defeat at 19th Blyth who were succesfully fighting against relegation, and they've mathematically secured the title a long time ago, but announced they will keep winning, to be fair to other teams in the league. In April they have four wins (the only two home matches were both strong wins, 3:0 vs Telford and 3:1 vs Workington last Saturday) and an away draw at 5th Barrow. I'm sure Kettering remember that 1:3 defeat away at Gainsborough back in January. The club's chairman did his job – everyone with a ticket can bring up to three friends for free for this match and the atmosphere should be very nice and very motivational. Kettering definitely want to finish this season on a high. ''...No-one has done the double over us and I don't want them to. We will be going all guns blazing to make sure we don't get beaten...'', said Kettering's manager who could come on as a substitute himself.

Gainsborough are 10th and they're currently thinking about an eventual play-off push next season because they had some nice results lately. But, to be honest, those were just wins against already relegated teams and unmotivated mid-table teams – when they played away at Hyde who were still thinking about play-off's back then (a month ago), they lost 0:3. Gainsborough scored 26 and conceded 37 goals in 20 away matches – only a couple of worst away teams in the league conceded more (Gainsborough have 7-4-9 away from home). Let's take a look at Gainsborough's away matches at all the teams that can still mathematically reach the play-off's at this moment, shall we? 0:3 at Southport (1st match of the season), 1:2 at Telford (also a long time ago, September 1st), 1:3 at Harrogate, 1:5 at Stalybridge, 1:4 at Barrow. They also lost 0:3 at 9th Hyde and shared points at 7th Nuneaton (2:2) and 8th Burscough (also 2:2, last Saturday), so it's pretty obvious that they don't play well away at best Conf North teams (and concede plenty) and Kettering are the best team here by far. Gainsborough will also miss their midfielder and 2nd best scorer McMahon. I'm hoping for a 3:1, 4:1 or a 4:2 here (it was 4:2 for Kettering last season and 3:2 for Kettering away at Gainsborough last season), something like that...

(1.65 at Expekt, BetFred and Betway, 1.61 at Gamebookers, PartyBets and 10Bet, 1.60 at Bet-at-home, Betsafe, Bwin, Primebet, Sportingbet...)

FT 2:1

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22.04.2008., utorak

21.4.2008. -5 units


(-1) Newport – Thurrock 1 (1.90 @Bet365) 5 units

First of all, this is an asian handicap, not european – it means we get our money back if Newport win by one goal exactly and the bet is won if they win by at least two goals. It's midweek so you can place this bet at a couple of bookies, even Pinnacle have a lot bigger limits for the midweek matches. I'll keep it short once again – I wrote a lot about Newport last time, nothing's changed. 1:1 draw against Eastbourne turned out to be a good result for them after all (thanx to other promotion candidates) – I just saw the match highlights, Newport was a better team by far, they had this one little defensive mistake (Davies was missing as he became a father a few hours before the match, but he will be available tonight) and conceded, but had lots of possession, created plenty of chances and Gurney was superb once again. They're home, if they win this they will jump into 4th place and I wouldn't be surprised with a big handicap win (something like 2:0, 3:0, 3:1...). They can't be that unlucky not to win this match, it would be too much after that extremely unlucky 0:1 defeat to Havant and this 1:1 draw vs Eastbourne. They're too experienced, they have too many good players and they know that, if they don't win this, their play-off spot is probably going to be just a dream.

Thurrock have been terrible away from home from the start of this season. They had three away defeats in a row (at Bognor, Sutton and Lewes) before they finally managed to beat two teams away from home – Maidenhead and Dorchester (Maidenhead are the worst home team in the league and Dorchester are, well, Dorchester). Now again they have two away defeats in a row, at Fisher and Bath, both handicap defeats, and I took a look at their away statistics, they usually have only a couple of shots on goal per match. They had only two shots on target at Bath, two at Fisher, three at Dorchester, four at Maidenhead, three at Lewes, three at Sutton... I can't see them scoring here but if they do, they should concede at least two or three. Thurrock are right in the middle of the table, 12th, can't get promoted, can't get relegated, and they'll miss a couple of very important players – forward Lincoln and long-term absentee McKenzie are injured, two reserve players left the club last week and their defence could look unrecognizeable for this match. Swaine is suspended, Paine and Cole are both big doubts after they got injured this Saturday (1:1 at home vs 11th Braintree) and I doubt their manager is going to take risks. Long journey for the visitors and a great chance for the home team to get the first victory over Thurrock ever. From Thurrock's official web-site: '...It could be a great opportunity for a non regular starter to shine and make a name for themselves....'.

(1.89 at Pinnacle, 1.88 at Bet1128, 1.85 at 10Bet, 'normal' or 'european' handicap is 2.37 at Blue Square and 888Sport, 2.33 at Stanleybet, 2.15 at MyBet and 2.10 at Digibet, but 'european' handicap means you don't get your money back if Newport win by one goal exactly and these 'european' odds are fair only at Blue Square, 888Sport and Stanleybet...)

FT 1:4

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19.04.2008., subota

19.4.2008. +1.68 units


Newport – Eastbourne 1 (2.63 @Skybet) 5 units

I agree with Newport fans about this being the best possible time to play Eastbourne who aren't title candidates anymore (well how could they be with only one win, two draws and three defeats in the last six matches) – Lewes managed to beat Fisher on Wednesday and now they have four points more, but with three matches left (Eastbourne only have two) – first one being Dorchester at home. The only team that could put Eastbourne's 2nd spot in jeopardy is 3rd Hampton, but Hampton should win all three remaining matches to do that and it would be hard, they have some tough matches left. But, even if Eastbourne lose their two remaining matches (at Newport and Braintree) and Hampton win all three and Eastbourne end up 3rd, no harm done really – the play-off final isn't being played at the team that's ranked highest, but on neutral grounds, at one of the Conference National teams.

Eastbourne's fall began a month ago, when they lost 1:2 at home to Bromley and 0:1 away at poor Welling. After that they only managed to share points (2:2) at poor Weston (then lose 2:3 at mid-table Thurrock, finally win 2:1 away at poor Weston and then again only share points in a boring 0:0 draw at home vs Bath), but something much more important and much worse happened in that first Weston match three weeks ago – an incredible bunch of injuries for Eastbourne players (and, as it happened two days before the transfer deadline, they only managed to bring in a couple of kids from much lower non-leagues, to fill up the bench I guess). They had five players out injured last Saturday and another three suspended – only defender Jenkins now returns after suspension, but their best three scorers are still out (Atkin who scored 20 is suspended, Ramsay who scored 13 is out injured untill the end of the season and Tait who scored only couple of goals this season, although he scored 14 last season, is injured very often this season and is now injured again), midfielders Kember and Smart are both injured, standard defenders Austin (suspended) and Pullan (injured) are also both out... Some of these guys maybe could return, still no word on the e-street, but I wouldn't risk players' health if they're not 100% fit if I were their manager – after all, they are in the play-off's and it would be stupid to lose a player for the three most important matches of the season (two semi-final matches and a single final match) just because of some regular away match at very determined play-off candidates that can't change much on the league table from Eastbourne's point of view. They are where they are. The title is lost, next goal: winning the play-off's.

But, from Newport's point of view, this is the most important match of the season. If they win this, they become the creators of their own destiny. They don't have to rely on other teams dropping points, they just have to win their next two home matches against very beatable opponents and they'll be in the play-off's. Their 2:0 away win at Cambridge this Tuesday was a great morale booster, I just saw the match highlights, plenty of possession for Newport, very determined, no risks, a lot of chances, it was also their second clean sheet in a row and I can see them keeping another clean sheet against Eastbourne. Gurney and Griffin had a great match upfront at Cambridge, both scored – and they have to score again if they want a play-off spot. Newport played great in their last two home matches (btw, it won't be a short trip for Eastbourne and some of the away fans won't bother coming after that Lewes win on Wednesday), they've beat Bromley 3:1 week and a half ago and lost 0:1 to Havant a week ago, but only thanx to an unlucky own's goal in the 1st half. I saw both match highlights and that gives me extra confidence here – it was one of those days when they played Havant, could've easily won 4:0, had an enormous bunch of great chances. They, unlike Eastbourne, welcomed back a couple of very important players after their injuries recently – they only have one injury doubt for this match and now when their creative midfielder Gurney, the best Newport's signing in ages, is back – Fowler's injury is not that big of a deal. Newport's season was great, they're the winners of the Welsh FA Cup after beating Swansea, Cardiff and finally Llanelli in the final match, but the season could get even better. If they manage to beat Eastbourne, the play-off spot is theirs to keep and they have what it takes, they're all very experienced and strong players, they will have a great home support and play against demotivated out-of-form ex-title candidates who have three defeats and only one win in the last six. The odds? Well, Newport should be favorites here, not the other way around... Btw, these two teams played at Newport in April last season too, it was 4:0 for Newport...

(2.50 at Sportingbet, BetFred, BoyleSports and Bwin, 2.46 at 10Bet, 2.45 at Expekt, 2.40 at Blue Square, 888Sport, Betway, Stanleybet...)

FT 1:1


Vauxhall – Hinckley 2 (1.80 @StanJames) 4 units

Vauxhall are already relegated, they're 21st and have 13 points less than 19th Hinckley who will be safe if they win. It's not just a 'motivation' thing, Hinckley have been playing very well recently, but of course, I wouldn't be surprised with a big away win, even 20th Hucknall got a 3:0 win away at Vauxhall two weeks ago. Okay, first things first. Vauxhall will be without two suspended players, midfielder Egerton and very important forward Heler who created the most chances for his team in the last couple of matches. They also have some injury problems, two standard defenders picked up injuries during the last week's match and I'm sure their manager won't be forcing them and risking their health in a situation like this. Vauxhall have six defeats and a draw away at extremely unmotivated Tamworth in the last seven – so they haven't been doomed from the start, they had their chances against fellow strugglers and even mid-table teams that have nothing to play for, blew them all. Their goal-difference in the last 9 matches is 3:24 (Heler scored two of those and assisted for the third) and at home it's 1:13 in the last four. The lowest home crowd in the league will be even lower this time – not much of an atmosphere there, I really wouldn't be surprised with a bih handicap defeat.

Hinckley have been great lately and they will fully deserve their mathematical safety if they beat Vauxhall. They had some great results lately, both away (3:1 at fellow strugglers Blyth, 1:1 at promotion candidates Harrogate who barely managed to equalise in the 80th minute) and home (four wins in a row) and this is the last task. They can't count on three easy points in the last match of the season, that's Alfreton away next Saturday and these guys brought in a couple of good players before the transfer deadline and already started to think about next season. This is a lot easier option, I know they know it. They did suffer some injury blows in the last couple of weeks, that's why I didn't bet on them against Hyde, but not only that they managed to beat Hyde (who are a bit unmotivated, just like Vauxhall, but they have a bunch of quality players in their team), but also Tamworth, with a handicap, only two days later. Their best scorer Webster is in great form, he scored 8 goals in the last 9 matches and I expect them to show the same 'hunger and will to win' as they did against Tamworth, get these three points and confirm their safety.

(1.80 also at Bet365, BetDirect, BetFred, Better, Betway, BoyleSports, Expekt, Paddy Power, Primebet, Skybet, Stanleybet...)

FT 0:1


Hayes & Yeading – Cambridge OVER 3.5 (2.87 @Blue Square) 4 units

Hayes (13th) and Cambridge (14th) are the two teams that are stuck in the middle of the table, can't get promoted nor relegated, but as both teams like to play open, attractive football that produces a lot of goals and there are rumours about Cambridge being demoted next season because they didn't achieve a Ground B rating by the deadline, OVER 3.5 at odds as high as these looks like a very good option.

Let's look at Hayes' home matches in February, March and April first, okay? 3:1 vs Havant, 6:1 vs Bromley, only 3:0 vs Bath (the most 'under' team in the league), 1:3 vs Newport, 2:2 vs Bishop's Stortford and finally, two weeks ago, 3:3 vs Braintree (who are another 'under team' most of the time). Hayes scored 37 goals in 19 home matches – not many teams scored more. But, they also conceded 32, almost four times more than Bath. They've been scoring and conceding a bit less away from home lately, but the weather took it's toll in the couple of matches. Take a look at the Dorchester – Hayes match highlights for example, the match ended 1:0 for Dorchester, but Hayes had about ten shots on goal, all good chances, somehow failed to score. Ten very good opportunities are really a minimum for them, especially when they're playing at home. Of course, their defence also wanders off from time to time – at Dorchester they also could've conceded a few goals more. I wrote a lot about their open, attacking, attractive football – when they're playing at home against a team that's not an extreme 'under' team like Bath or Havant and the odds are 2.87, it's always good to bet on OVER 3.5. One other thing – Hayes are on a boring winless streak, lost three and shared points three times in the last six. Knight, Palmer, Ledgister and the others should do the job upfront, if nothing else to thank their fans – this was the first season for the newly merged Hayes & Yeading and they did alright, stayed in the league for start. This time Hayes will be without as much as three suspended players, Collins, Hendry and Fayed, and that could also help us with this bet. Collins is a standard defender, unreplaceable lately, so their bad defence just got even worse. Other two suspensions aren't that important, but Collins' is. Hendry is a midfielder, he's not that unreplaceable, sometimes sits on a bench – if he will be missed, we'll probably see more action from the flanks and that's not bad for this bet at all. Fayed is a reserve player who won't be missed.

Cambridge conceded 37 goals in 19 away matches – only a couple of teams conceded more. It was only 0:2 at Bath two weeks ago, but as I said, 'under' is always the most probable outcome when Bath plays a match. Before that, it was 1:3 at Bromley and 2:5 at Thurrock. They had lots of other big OVER's away from home in 2008 – 2:3 at Dorchester, 1:4 at Newport, 6:2 at Welling... After that Bath match, Cambridge played at home against Weston – won 5:1, amazing match. Sheringham, 'the son of Teddie', scored a hat-trick in his first start for Cambridge and Simpson added two goals of his own. And, of course, let's not forget Cambridge's best scorer Gash, 3rd best scorer of the league (23 goals so far). All three have played for Cambridge this Tuesday against Newport, at home. Didn't help, but Newport is a different category, we can't compare their defence with Hayes' defence, that would be silly. Cambridge had some nice chances against Newport and that's good enough – I'll say it again, Newport's experienced defence is very hard to break. It ended 2:0 for the play-off candidates, Newport, but this will be a different story. Cambridge could be a bit distracted because of the 'Ground rating' affair, but that leaves a lot of space for Hayes' attacks and, after all, Cambridge's manager is trying to rebuild the squad for next season, mistakes are understandable. It's Palmer & Knight against Gash & Simpson feat. 'the sone of Teddy' Sheringham. Hayes & Yeading who could really use a win and an attractive match to put the smile on their fans' faces against Cambridge who are maybe not safe in the mid-table after all, maybe they'll be demoted, that's a shocker, right? I think we'll see goals here...

(2.88 also at 888Sport, 2.69 at Stanleybet, 1.96 at Pinnacle for OVER 2.75...)

FT 3:1

CONF NORTH/RYMAN DOUBLE: Barrow – Tamworth 1 @1.60 & Wimbledon – Harlow 1 @1.55 (2.48 @Sportingbet) 4 units

Enough is said about Barrow I think, at least as far as I'm concerned. They were down in relegation zone half a year ago and look at them now, they're in the play-off zone and have two home matches left – both against mid-table teams low on motivation. Barrow have 11 wins and 4 draws in the last 15 matches – how wouldn't they be in the play-off zone with that kind of form. This is another must-win, but pressure just can't get to these guys – the whole town is buzzing, there are no injury problems and that 5:0 win at Redditch showed everybody what happens when Barrow plays against an unmotivated team. Barrow have five wins and two draws in the last seven home matches – it was 1:1 against struggling Blyth back in February and 1:1 a couple of days against champions Kettering who announced that they will continue to play for points even though they're already promoted. Tamworth will be a much easier task – they just lost 0:2 away at struggling Hinckley and before that, they only managed to share points away at already relegated Leigh RMI and at home against another mid-table team that can neither get promoted nor relegated, Boston. They had a bunch of defeats and draws against poor, unmotivated teams lately and Barrow could easily eat them for breakfast and win by a big handicap if they score early. But, I'd be just as happy with a 1:0 win. Tamworth are one of the worst away teams in the league, 4-5-10, conceded 36 goals in 19 away matches – only those two already relegated teams and the biggest relegation candidates conceded more. Barrow, on the other hand, don't concede much at home, only 18 in 19 matches and I wouldn't be surprised with another clean sheet. Barrow conceded only two goals in the last 8 matches. Tamworth were apparently horrible at Hinckley and now they will also miss their standard defender McAughtrie due to suspension. A couple of injury problems as well, I don't think their manager is going to risk it at this stage – btw he usually makes at least a couple of changes in the starting line-up lately, sometimes because of injuries and sometimes because some players obviously don't want to stay at Tamworth next season and show nothing on the pitch.

Harlow are 14th, they are pretty close to the relegation zone, but things aren't looking bad for them – they have the best goal-difference amongst all the relegation threatened teams by far, they will play at home against East Thurrock (who have one foot in the grave and if they don't beat Ashford which I can't see them doing, they'll be relegated) next Saturday and some of the teams below them have to play against each other. They'll be alright, even a point against East Thurrock will leave them safe, maybe even that won't be necessary. They did what it takes to stay in the league in March, even won at out-of-form Horsham in April, but last Saturday they lost at home to Staines and Wimbledon will have an easier task – they'll be playing at home infront of thousands of fans who really want a play-off final match at home. That's a very important part of the story – Staines have two points less, but one match more to play and Wimbledon can't do nothing else but winning these last two regular matches, at home against Harlow and away at Hornchurch. That last match will be much harder than this one, but I think they have a good chance for a 2nd spot and a home advantage in the eventual play-off finals because Staines are now playing against play-off candidates Hendon and then on Tuesday their 3rd match in seven days, away at struggling Boreham Wood. Billericay away from home next Saturday is also a tough match for Staines. When Wimbledon lost their away match at Chelmsford in March, it became obvious that Chelmsford are the new champions – after that, Wimbledon's manager tried out a couple of players who weren't standard in the next couple of matches, Wimbledon lost another couple of points because of that, but then they finally realised that they have something to play for – that 2nd spot, that play-off final match at home. Their last home match was a stubborn 2:1 win against traditionally tough Billericay and last Saturday they won 4:1 away at 5th Ashford who are playing great lately. They have a much better team than Harlow and a long bench – this time Shroot scored a hat-trick (after scoring a late winner against Billericay) and John Main played his first three minutes after a bad injury. Wimbledon finally had a whole week without a match, made a trip to Wembley and played a friendly there on Sunday instead – it did them good mentally and they will welcome even more players who were injured for this match. I'd lie when I would say that I don't expect a strong handicap win here. Only Chelmsford conceded less than Wimbledon at home and Harlow don't score much on the road – only 23 in 20 matches. It was 3:1 for Wimbledon away at Harlow back in October.

(2.47 at Stanleybet, 2.46 at StanJames and Skybet, 2.40 at Gamebookers, Bet365 and PartyBets...)

FT 2:0 / 1:2

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15.04.2008., utorak

14.4.2008. -8 units


Havant & Waterloovile – Weston-super-mare 1 (1.60 @Expekt) 8 units

I'll keep it short – Havant have to win this match. If they do, they'll be 5th, finally in the play-off zone and then they have two more home matches left, Maidenhead and Welling, both very beatable teams. Havant are the second best home outfit in the league, they have 13-2-3, only Bath City (an extreme 'under' team) conceded less at home. Havant 9 wins in the last 10 home matches, most of those wins were strong handicap wins and Baptiste & Nightingale upfront should do the job today. Weston are currently in the relegation zone, 20th, but they played less matches than the teams around them and I think they'll be alright. They need two more wins and a very good chance to do the job at home – after this away match, they're playing three home matches in a row, Maidenhead, Bromley and Basingstoke. Weston are one of the worst away teams in the league (3-5-11), no other team conceded more away from home (they conceded 43 goals in 19 matches, even Sutton conceded 'only' 38), they won their last away match six months ago and this Saturday they got trashed 1:5 away at mid-table Cambridge (''...Our second half performance was as bad as I have seen defensively all season...'') who can't get promoted nor relegated. They have some injury problems (''...We had some bad news last night in that Craig Rand has had a recurrence of the groin problem that has been plaguing him this season, and he will not feature for us again this season. It also looks as though Charlie Comyn-Platt won’t play again this season, as his knee problem has flared up again...'') and anything but a strong home win would be a major surprise. Can't see that happening in this match – it's now or never for Havant.

(1.60 also at Digibet, Nordicbet, Primebet and Triobet, 1.57 at StanJames, Blue Square, 888Sport, BetDirect, BetFred, Better, Paddy Power and Skybet, only 1.50 at Stanleybet... 1.65 at Pinnacle and 1.60 at Bet365 for (-0.75), 1.73 at 10Bet for (-1)...)

FT 1:1

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13.04.2008., nedjelja

12.4.2008. -4 units


Bromley – Havant & Waterloovile 2 (2.63 @StanJames) 5 units
Bromley – Havant & Waterloovile HT/FT 2 (5.50 @StanJames) 1 unit

Bromley were terrible in their last home match against Hampton – they conceded two goals, both after corners, lost 0:2. They had a couple of chances to score, but they ruined all of those chances in a very silly way – I think 90% of balls ended in the forest nearby. Last Saturday they played Newport away, lost 1:3 and their defence looked horrible once again. Their attacks looked very funny again too. Newport could've easily scored not five, but ten goals – Bromley weren't just outclassed, they were humiliated. Havant will almost certainly score here, if nothing else from a counter-attack (they are very dangerous when they wait for the opponent to go forward) and Havant's defence should take care of those rare Bromley's chances that they usually waste in such funny ways (I just saw the match highlights from yesterday's Newport – Havant match and Havant were defending very well once again). The reverse fixture away at Havant, back in September, was a particularly funny match. Havant scored an early-goal, but had a player sent-off already in the first half. Their keeper saved a penalty and Bromley attacked for the whole match, trying to equalise, missed some amazing chances, hit the post a couple of times, but just couldn't score. Havant are a much stronger team now, for instance Slabber who scored the winner against Bromley is now on the bench at Havant, simply because Havant brought in a bunch of very good players for this level after their lucrative FA Cup run. Bromley, on the other hand, only had a little swap with Wimbledon, promotion candidates from the league below, but it was a swap that helps Wimbledon a lot more than it helps Bromley. Wimbledon got defender Judge and one of Bromley's best scorers, McDonnell, and Bromley got midfielder Beckford who ended up on the bench and forward De Bolla who got sent off in his second match for Bromley and that meant he's going to miss three out of the last four matches. Not a good deal. Bromley will also be without their no1 goalkeeper a Walker who got injured in February. Their current keeper Williams conceded 9 goals in the last 5 matches.

Havant had a lot of lousy away performances this season, but their away form improved after that amazing match at Premiership giants Liverpool in the FA Cup. If we look at their away matches in March and April, we can see only one defeat (at improved St Albans – it was their 5th win in 6 matches), three draws (all promotion candidates and very tough teams – Hampton, Bath and Eastleigh) and two wins (at Thurrock and Newport yesterday – it was 1:0 for Havant, Newport's own goal was Havant's winner, but if Newport failed to score, I can't see Bromley scoring vs Havant – we can't even try to compare Newport's and Bromley's defences, Bromley conceded 22 goals more than Newport this season). Havant are now 6th, the goal-difference is the only thing that keeps them away from the play-off zone (63 points, just like 5th Bishop's Stortford). Bromley can't make it to the play-offs anymore, they realise it now. They have five points less, but played a match more than Havant and Bishops. Both Havant and Bishop's Stortford have very beatable opponents untill the end of the season and Havant could make another giant step if they win at Bromley. Bishop's Stortford are playing at struggling Maidenhead and, to be honest, I wouldn't be surprised with a draw there – Bishops were terrible against poor Basingstoke last weekend. I can't understand bookies in this case – Bromley should be favorites here? Havant had a midweek match, okay, Bromley didn't, but the odds should be other way around anyway. I'll even add an extra unit on a HT/FT bet – Havant usually score early and statistics show that, when they win a match in the end, Havant are recently always leading at HT too and, when Bromley lose a match in the end, they're recently always losing at HT too...

(2.70 at Stanleybet, 2.63 also at Bet365, BetDirect, BetFred, Better, BoyleSports, Paddy Power, Skybet... 5.50 for a HT/FT win also at BetDirect and Better, 5.00 at BoyleSports, 4.50 at Bet365 and Coral...)

FT 2:1


Redditch – Barrow 2 (2.40 @Blue Square) 5 units

I have to copy/paste a part of an article published in local (Barrow) papers:

''...Barrow AFC have got two for the price of one in former Premiership ace Darren Sheridan. Manager of the month one minute – midfield match-winner the next! The Cumbrian derby at Borough Park was heading rapidly towards a goal-less stalemate when Sheridan decided to dust himself down and come off the bench with 20 minutes to go. The 40-year-old’s first few touches were pretty rusty but then, with only seven minutes remaining, Nick Rogan was brought down just outside the right-hand side of the area. Sheridan, who had created confusion in the Reds’ defence with one inswinging corner, lined the free-kick up with his trusty left foot while team-mates crowded the box. However, they only needed to stand and watch in admiration as their boss sweetly curled the ball just inside the apex of the far post and crossbar. Home keeper Adam Collin was left grasping thin air and the 170-strong contingent of Barrow fans behind the goal – who had enjoyed a perfect view of the ball’s trajectory – danced jigs of joy. It meant so much more than three points off their arch-enemies, it meant so much more than bragging rights for the season, it meant the play-offs were now within closer sniffing distance than the clouds of smoke wafting from the nearby Sellafield plant. Sheridan and Dave Bayliss had enjoyed their first game as caretaker managers in the Setanta Shield shootout success at Borough Park back in November and have since lost only two out of 25 in the league, gone the last 13 unbeaten, won eight of the last nine and now stand one point off the top five with four to go. The defence has proved watertight in the crucial run-in period and last night keeper Tim Deasy came into his own with three superb saves to keep the determined home side at bay...''

This incredible Barrow's run reminds me of Maidenhead's run in the Southern Premier league at the end of last season. They were total outsiders in the play-offs again, but managed to promote to Conf South. It was mainly 1:0 wins that got them through – that's how Barrow are currently doing it too, 1:0, 2:0 and 2:1 are their usual wins. They're very disciplined and very well managed. Barrow have that important habit lately of winning even when they're not playing their best and the atmosphere there is great at the moment. I'd probably leave Barrow's match alone if they were playing away at play-off candidates or relegation candidates after all these great results, but 2.40 away at team with nothing to play for is too good to be true. Barrow's run will end, of course, and I wouldn't touch this match if odds were 2.10, but at least five units are a must in this case. Barrow have really been impressive lately, by all means. They were serious relegation candidates before they appointed their praised management duo, but look at them now. Shit, they've won their first away match on December 26th, it took them four and a half months. Now they have five wins and a draw at promotion candidates Nuneaton in the last six away matches and five wins in a row all together. They conceded just one goal in the last six matches, incredible. And it was 2:0 for Barrow at their place in February.

Redditch had a Worcestershire Cup final match this Monday, it was the first leg, at Redditch, but they even lost that, it was 0:1 for the guests from Worcester (13th, just below Redditch on the league table, one point less), they never looked like scoring according to their fans, and if they want a good thing to remember this season by, they should focus on the second leg of that Cup final that's going to be played on Monday, just two days after this league match. I know I would rest some players if I were their manager, but obviously I'm not. Last Saturday, Redditch managed to win a league match, away at 9th Burscough who were without, well, first it was seven regulars, but then another two got injured before the second half (''...Burscough starting the match without seven first choice regulars, had the added problem of a forward line blunted by not having ace marksman Ciaran Kilheeney...'' ''...Things took a sudden turn for the worse during the half-time break. It became clear that both the industrious Moogan and left sided player Chris Robinson were unable to continue because of injury...'') and have been unmotivated and terrible lately as they don't have a chance for a play-off spot, but it certainly took a lot of effort – maybe they're smarter now, maybe they'll take it a bit easier and save some strength for Monday. After all, they really have nothing to play for in the league, they're 12th, right in the middle of the table, 15 points from both play-off and relegation zone, four matches left this season, can't get relegated, can't get promoted. Where's the fun in that? What do Redditch's fans think? ''...If we play in the same manner as we did against Solihull then it will be an easy victory for Barrow. Even when we won against Burscough the match was dire by all accounts. We are in an unusual position... Having been safe from relegation for a few weeks but with nothing really to play for either. This really showed against Solihull when we finished the game with 2 full backs up front! I would therefore suggest this is a good time to play us. One thing for sure....We won't be scoring a hat full of goals...''. That's what I'm talking about too. Redditch have been very good at home, 10-4-5, but Barrow don't seem to care about those kinds of facts lately. After they became mathematically safe, Redditch lost a lot of that fighting spirit (0:0 at poor Solihull – ''...It was a game that neither side deserved to win..'', 1:3 home defeat to 4th Harrogate – I hope Barrow will be as determined as them, and then came that 2:0 win away at unmotivated Burscough and a 0:1 Cup final home defeats, so it's two home defeats in a row for Redditch), but also some fans' support – attendance this Monday was terrible. This could be a draw, of course, but Barrow have a lot bigger chance for another big step towards the play-offs than the odds suggest...

Did I happen to mention that Redditch have some injury worries too? ''...The Reds boss saw central defender Liam Murray limp off during Monday's Worcestershire Senior Cup final first leg clash with Worcester City to join influential stopper Exodus Geoghaghan on the sidelines. He also included Chris Murphy, Danny Edwards and Graham Deakin in his starting line-up even though the trio were all carrying knocks. 'We took Liam Murray off as a precaution but hope that his injury is nothing too serious'. Strike pair Carl Heggs and Scott Rickards were also rested for the cup match as they continued their recuperation but Whild admitted that fellow frontman Damien Markman could be on the way back – possibly in Saturday's Blue Square North match with promotion-chasing Barrow at The Valley. 'We could do without such a tough game ahead of Monday's match at Worcester but we owe it to the other clubs at the top to give it our best. There will be a few teams up there hoping we can get something from the game'...''. Call me a sucker, but that doesn't sound very determined to me.

(2.42 at 10Bet, 2.40 also at Betway, 888Sport and Bwin, 2.38 at StanJames, Bet365, BetDirect, Better, BoyleSports, Paddy Power, Skybet, only 2.20 at Stanleybet...)

FT 0:5

RYMAN/CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Leyton – Margate 2 @1.25 & Basingstoke – Lewes 2 @1.67 (2.0875 @StanJames) 5 units

Leyton. Margate are 11th. They're good enough.

Oh, you want details, don't you? Leyton's goal-difference in the last 18 matches (17 defeats and a lucky draw) is 10:73. Margate managed to beat Heybridge 5:4 last Saturday and they were solid in March, a couple of wins, a couple of draws... They're not play-off material, but they're good enough. Leyton are still without a couple of suspended players, Margate should win this with a big handicap.

Basingstoke played good football in 2007, but 2008 has been dreadful to them. They're currently on a 12 matches winless streak, they're safe in the mid-table, nothing to play for, scored one goal in the last four matches. Their 0:0 draw at Bishop's Stortford was an incredibly boring match, Bishops simply failed to turn up and that 1:1 draw against Hayes was played under terrible conditions. It's time for another defeat, I'm afraid. Motivation is low, their temporary menager just said he won't be applying for the permanent job, so the players have no one to impress. Lewes will most probably be champions of Conf South and this match could be the final proof. They have only one point more than Eastbourne, but they played two matches less and are in much better form. 3:0 at Sutton, 3:1 at Cambridge and 3:2 at home vs Eastleigh are the last three Lewes' results (all wins) and Eastbourne's win at Weston came after three draws and a defeat in four matches. The league's second best scorer Booth is scoring again, Robinson and Simpemba also have their scoring shoes on lately and I think Lewes will show that they're different league at the moment. Lewes are the best away team in the league, they have seven wins, two draws and only one defeat in the last 10 away matches, they conceded only 19 goals in 19 away matches (no other team conceded less) and it was 4:0 for Lewes at their place in January.

(2.08 also at BetDirect and Better, 2.06 at Primebet, 2.02 at Skybet, 2.01 at Bwin, 1.96 at Gamebookers, Bet365, Partybets...)

FT 2:4 / 1:1

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08.04.2008., utorak

8.4.2008. -4.01 units


Mangotsfield – Cirencester 1 (1.57 @StanJames) 7 units

Not the greatest odds for a single bet, I know, but it's a good value bet nevertheless. Although they have three wins in a row, Mangotsfield are currently 15th and far from being safe, so they're motivated alright. They have four points more than 19th Corby down in the relegation zone and they need this win against a very beatable, poor opponent. Mangotsfield have 6-8-4 at home, but they conceded only 18 goals in 18 home matches this season – only King's Lynn and Tiverton conceded less. They also have three handicap home wins in a row (2:0 Cheshunt, 4:2 Chippenham, 2:0 Corby – okay, Cheshunt and Corby are strugglers, even though they're both better than Cirencester at the moment I suppose, but Chippenham are 4th and they're serious promotion candidates) and this Saturday they even managed to take some away points – they won 2:1 at 9th Brackley who are a good outfit. Their best scorer Griffin scores regularly, he scored four goals in the last four matches (one goal in every match) and anything but a home win would be a big surprise here. After this match, Mangotsfield have another home match this Saturday, against another strugglers from Bedford, and if they win these two matches, they'll be safe. So yes, they're motivated alright. Cirencester, on the other hand, are already relegated – they're 21st, second to bottom, but they have 12 points less than 20th Bromsgrove. They have 4-7-9 away from home, but they scored only 13 goals in 20 away matches – no other team scored less (second worst are Hitchin who scored 18). Cirencester have seven defeats in a row, 13 defeats in the last 14 matches (it was 2:2 at 13th Tiverton a month ago – the weather conditions were terrible and Cirencester scored an equaliser in the 93rd minute), they conceded 14 goals in the last four matches and I'm afraid they're going down. Mangotsfield shouldn't miss this chance and the odds should be 1.40 max. ''...Miracles in football rarely happen and it won't happen this time...''. Taken from the Cirencester's official website. I agree.

(1.65 at Stanleybet, 1.57 also at Sportingbet, Skybet, BetDirect and Better, 1.55 at Bet-at-home, Digibet and Primebet...)

FT 1:0


Heybridge – Staines 2 (1.83 @StanJames) 4 units

Heybridge are currently 19th, in the relegation zone, they're on a six-match winless run, they have two home defeats in a row (0:2 Ramsgate, 0:1 Hastings) and 8-5-5 at home this season. Two of those wins happened in January (strugglers Wealdstone and East Thurrock) and one of them happened in February (Heybridge's striker Savage had his sweet revenge and scored twice against promotion candidates Wimbledon who didn't want him earlier in the season), but the other five happened back in 2007. They lost 4:5 (!) at Margate this Saturday and if unmotivated Margate who are 11th and really can't get into play-offs managed to beat Heybridge, Staines who are a lot better team than Margate should crush them. Of course, this is football and things don't always happen the way we want them to happen – that's why I'm not staking more than 4 units here. But, 1.83 is definitely too much, Staines should win this. Staines have five handicap wins in a row, after they lost to Chelmsford a month ago they really hit the right form (16:2 goal-difference in those five matches). They had a similar match last Tuesday, when they were playing at East Thurrock who have two points less than Heybridge. Staines won 3:1 and I expect them to get the job done this time too. They brought in a couple of good players just before the transfer deadline, they have league's best scorer Nwokeji upfront and I can see them finishing 2nd, above Wimbledon, and that would give them home advantage in the eventual play-off final match. They played two matchess less than all three teams between 4th and 6th and as much as three matches less than 2nd Wimbledon (who have six points more) and champions Chelmsford. I suppose they saved some strength this Saturday against Folkestone (won 2:0) at home – they have three more midweek matches left (Heybridge, Folkestone, Boreham Wood), more than any other team, all away, all relegation candidates. I can see them winning all three of those matches, but if they do lose some points at these strugglers, I think it will more probably be at the end of April than now. I expected odds up to 1.60 so this is a must take. Heybridge players will be motivated, but also very tired after a very hard match and, after all, just another defeat (''...I have rarely if ever seen such a determined, dogged fightback to within a sliver of victory as I saw today. Every player gave every last ounce and wore their hearts on their sleeves for this club...''). Staines had a much easier match this Satuday, they decided to rest a couple of important players in the 2nd half (Nwokeji, for example) and they don't have to travel long for this match – it's only an hour drive from Staines. It's not a banker, but the odds definitely shouldn't be higher than 1.60. Another long-term winner...

(2.00 at Stanleybet, 1.83 also at Sportingbet, Coral, BetDirect and Better, 1.80 elsewhere...)

FT 2:2

UNIBOND DOUBLE: Stamford – Gateshead 2 @1.60 & Lincoln – Fleetwood 2 @1.35 (2.16 @Bwin) 4 units

Stamford are currently 18th, just above the relegation zone, but they're in terrible form, they only managed to beat mid-table Ossett this year (both home and away) and besides that, it's 4 draws and 8 defeats in 2008 for them. They were defeated by the very same Gateshead (a), Whitby (h), Worksop (h), Prescot (h), Eastwood (h), Kendal (a), Hednesford (h) and Fleetwood (a), and they managed to share points with Ashton (a), Frickley (a), Lincoln (h) and Guiseley (a). So yeah, their last home win happened on January 5th, it was 3:2 against Ossett, but just look at their results at home after that – 1:3 Whitby, 0:2 Worksop, 0:2 Prescot, 0:3 Eastwood, 2:2 Lincoln, 0:2 Hednesford. All handicap defeats except that 2:2 draw with doomed, bottom-of-the-table Lincoln who are already relegated and have been the worst Unibond Premier team for a long time now, and none of these teams that comfortably defeated Stamford at their place are even in the play-off zone. Although Stamford have 6-5-7 this season at home, all those wins happened a long time ago – lately they were better away than at home. Stamford are without their midfielder Gray who was very missed in the last few matches – he's still suspended for this match, that's good to know. They also had some injury problems recently and their 'lack of firepower' upfront is the fans' favorite subject. I can see them winning away at Leek this upcoming Saturday, but not at home against high-flying Gateshead who are 3rd, but as Witton and Fleetwood lost a few points each in March, they're not that far behind (Fleetwood have six points more). They mathematically have a play-off spot already, but every little thing counts. They could play at home against Guiseley in the play-off semi-final, but they could also play away at Fleetwood, so it's important for them to keep winning and finish at least 3rd or even 2nd. They are great away from home, 10-4-3 this season, no other team scored as much as them away, no one is even close – they scored 44 goals in 17 away matches, second best are Guiseley who scored 34. Gateshead have five handicap wins in a row (goal-difference 15:1), they won 5:1 at Marine this Saturday and they really seem unstoppable at the moment. It will be a bit harder against Buxton (both home and away) later this month, but this time they should do the job and win comfortably.

Lincoln will be mathematically relegated if they lose this match, but they got relegated a long time ago. They're bottom of the table, 21st, with 10 points less than 19th North Ferriby (who are also in the relegation zone) and terrible goal-difference 40:73. They're also the worst home team in the league (2-4-11, 14:30), they have some injury problems as well and, after they won two matches in a row (both struggling teams and relegation candidates) in February/March, they now have five defeats and two draws. They shared points at home with Frickley and away at Stamford, both struggling teams and relegation candidates (this league is very tight this season, 10th Ilkeston have only five points more than 19th North Ferriby), but now they have three defeats in a row once again and not much hope left. They played against a couple of promotion candidates in 2008, let's see how that worked for them – 1:5 away at Buxton, 0:2 at home to Guiseley, 0:2 away at Gateshead, 0:6 away at Witton. They need a miracle to get something from this match and miracles don't happen every day. Fleetwood are 2nd, but the title isn't lost yet – oh how they proved that to be true away at leaders Witton a few weeks ago, when they won 3:0 and shocked Witton's fans. Witton now have only four points more, but Fleetwood played a match less and this is that match – if Fleetwood manage to win (and they really have a perfect opponent this time), only one tiny point will seperate Witton from Fleetwood and then it's four matches left for both of these teams and also for Gateshead who aren't that far away. Fleetwood have been 2nd on the league table from November 17th, but I wouldn't be surprised if they finish 1st and promote to Conf North automatically after all. Fleetwood are the best away outfit in the league (11-3-3, 30:15), they have two handicap wins away from home in a row, four wins and a draw (at 15th Matlock who have been great at home in the last couple of weeks) in the last five away matches and they haven't been defeated in 9 matches (seven wins, two draws, they also shared points at home with promotion candidates Guiseley in March). I really can't see anything but an away win here and if you ask me, three teams only will fight for two Conf North places through the play-offs – Fleetwood, Witton and Gateshead (Buxton, Guiseley and Eastwood will share two semi-final spots, but that's it for them, I'm afraid). It's football and I wouldn't be surprised if Fleetwood and Gateshead do promote to Conf North and Witton who were league leaders from day one fail to promote in the end. But, let's take it one step at the time, this should be a strong, handicap away win and this double looks very good indeed...

(2.16 also at Primebet, 2.08 at Gamebookers, Coral and Skybet, 2.02 at StanJames, Bet365, Paddy Power, BetDirect and Better, only 1.80 at Stanleybet...)

FT 1:1 / 0:3

- 22:45 - Komentari (0) - Isprintaj - #

05.04.2008., subota

5.4.2008. -0.72 units


Fisher – Bognor Regis 2 (5.00 @Blue Square) 3 units & X (4.00 @BoyleSports) 2 units (ad-hoc draw-no-bet)

With all the financial and squad problems at Fisher, this looks like the value bet of the weekend by far. Fisher could still get a play-off spot, but as much as their fans would love that to happen, I'm pretty sure it's not the club's priority at the moment. Cash injections at Fisher have been reduced by a significant margin, the club is looking for new investors, their best scorer Goulding went to Grays, solid back-up player Green went to Cambridge, their no1 keeper Overland is still injured (Knowles came from Grays on loan), there are rumours about players leaving all the time and this time Fisher will also be without defender Plumain and in-form winger Batt, both due to suspensions. They can do the job without Plumain, no doubt about that, but Batt has been amazing lately, he scored seven goals in the last eight matches. Tomlin and Thomas will probably play upfront, but they're not scoring much lately – Tomlin scored once and Thomas scored twice in the last seven matches. If we take a look at Fisher's results in March, this bet will look even better. March began with a dissapointing 1:1 home draw vs poor Dorchester, then they lost away at Cambridge (2:3) and Eastbourne (0:4), after that they did manange to beat Bath at home (2:1), but then they lost at home to Hampton (0:3). Last Saturday, they won 2:0 at already relegated Sutton, but that's Sutton – everybody beats them these days and Sutton was even a better team in the 2nd half, and that's according to Fisher's fans. Fisher aren't that good at home, they have 8-3-8 (negative goal-difference 30:35). They're currently 7th, but they're the only play-off candidates with a negative goal-difference and, if we take a look at their remaining fixtures, it's obvious it would be very hard for them to grab a play-off spot. After this match, they're playing against Thurrock at home and they look beatable alright, but after that, they'll be playing Lewes, Bishop's Stortford and Newport – all away from home.

Bognor lost their last season's best scorer Nightingale to Havant recently, but he wasn't that dangerous lately, he even lost his place in the first team in March – Bognor have four other strikers and now is the time for them to show that they're Conference South material. Defensive midfielder Warner joined Bognor from Havant (Bognor's manager was after him for months and this will be his first match for Bognor) and they also brought in a very talented and skilfull winger Fogden from Brighton (where he even played for their first team), a couple of minutes before the transfer window closed btw, who could really make a difference in this match. Birmingham is back after being suspended and Pearson is back after his injury too. Bognor lost their last two matches, 0:1 away at Eastleigh and 0:2 at home to Newport, both motivated and rich promotion candidates, but they weren't without their chances in these matches – they created plenty and it wouldn't be unfair if they took a point or two or three out of those two matches. Before that, they won at home against Weston (2:0) and away at Sutton (2:0), and shared points with Dorchester at home (0:0, they were missing almost half of the first team for that match) and Cambridge away (2:2). Bognor have 4-5-9 away from home, they're currently 17th, but they have only two points more than 20th Maidenhead down in the relegation zone, so they really need to get something from this match. They still have some tough matches left and this match should be a bit easier than Hampton away and even St Albans (in-form fellow strugglers) at home.

Motivation should prove to be crucial here and Bognor should be able to score against a poor Fisher's defence that concedes a lot more than all the other teams in the top half – especially at home, where only Sutton conceded more than Fisher (Fisher conceded 15 goals in 8 home matches in 2008). I can see Bognor keeping a clean sheet in this match – their defence looks very solid now and if they manage to score, we should be alright here. Maybe this bet looks a bit mad to you, but it's all about odds really. 5.00? Now that's mad. You can ignore this bet if you want, after all it's not the only weekend bet, but I can't. Even if Fisher win with a handicap, I won't be sorry – people who'll take 1.60 for a home win here are long-term suckers. A draw brings us +3 units profit and an away win brings us amazing +10 units profit here... A bet for the brave, no doubt about it...

(5.00 for an away win also at 888Sport, 4.70 at Digibet, 4.68 at 10Bet, 4.60 at Stanleybet, Bwin, Nordicbet and Triobet, 4.50 at Bet365 and Skybet... 3.75 for a draw at StanJames, Paddy Power, Coral, BetDirect and Better...)

FT 3:1

RYMAN/CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Boreham Wood – Leyton HT/FT 1 @1.44 & Havant – Sutton HT/FT 1 @1.61 (2.3184 @Bet265) 4 units

I think that, by now, you all know everything you need to know about Leyton. Their goal-difference in the last 17 matches (16 defeats and a lucky draw) is 10:70. 20th Carshalton beat them 4:1 last Saturday and that was away at Leyton. Boreham Wood are currently 16th, only three points more than second to bottom East Thurrock, so they're movitated alright. At home they have 8-3-7 (26:25), good enough. After a couple of defeats, they managed to beat play-off candidates Hendon 1:0 away from home this Tuesday – that's a good sign. They also brought in a bunch of new players these days (''...Wood signed defenders Francis Duku, Mark Burgess and Craig Vargas, along with midfielders Gary Burrell, Fiston Manuella and Ryan Maxwell, and the move paid instant dividends with the majority of the new boys playing a part in a vital 1-0 win at play-off chasing Hendon in midweek...''). Leyton (who will be without three suspended players – Gracey, Thomas and Tenner – for this match) are usually at least two goals down by half-time and Boreham Wood will probably try to improve their goal-difference in this match.

A similar match in the Conference South – Havant are fighting for a play-off spot that is still very reachable (they're currently 11th, but they have only five points less than 5th Bishop's Stortford who played a match more) and they have quite a nice schedule this month – all very beatable opponents. They're traditionally great at home (12-2-3 this season, they have 8 wins in the last 9 home matches – they only lost to 5th Bishop's Stortford a month ago), but they didn't do well away from home in March and this is a must-win match. Havant brought in a bunch of new players recently, all good and experienced, and I expect a big home win this time. Sutton are already relegated (I think they will be mathematically relegated if they lose this match), they have 15 points less than 19th Weston just above the relegation zone. They lost their manager this week, one of their old ex-players with no managerial experience ('a good guy that loves the club' sort of guy) will be their caretaker manager untill the end of the season. Sutton have six defeats in a row (2:16 goal-difference), they're the worst away team in the league of course (2-5-11, 15:36) and they will be without their suspended midfielder Honey for this match – and a couple of those absent-minded, currently hated by the fans. Sutton were losing before half-time in five out of those six defeats in March (the only exception was goal-shy Braintree away). It was 3:1 for Havant at Sutton in February. Surprises happen, yes, but I don't think we should be alright here.

(Bookies are a bit smarter this time, so you can have this bet only at Bet365... You can combine two normal wins at some bookies, but those odds are very low, so it's Bet365 this time... Stanleybet users can do something else instead – bet on OVER 3.5 in the Havant – Sutton match, because Blue Square and 888Sport decided to ignore that option for this match only. Pinnacle users can take their asian handicaps – anything up to (-1.75) for both home teams sounds good to me, so that's a pretty good alternative here...)

FT 1:0 HT 3:0 FT / 1:0 HT 2:0 FT

CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Bishop's Stortford – Basingstoke 1 @1.55 & Hampton – Dorchester 1 @1.45 (2.2475 @Sportingbet) 4 units

Bishop's Stortford are fighting for a play-off spot, they're currently 5th, they have 9-4-5 (41:29) at home, but they're one of the in-form teams in Conf South – they've won three times and shared points twice (both away) in the last five matches. At home, they have six wins, a draw and a defeat in the last eight matches, they managed to grab a very important point away at Eastleigh last Saturday and if we take a look at their remaining fixtures, it seems that Bishops will grab that wanted play-off spot and then, who knows what can happen. They have a good squad, they're motivated alright, their best scorer Pearson is a constant threat upfront and I really think they will have too much for unmotivated Basingstoke who are 15th, safe in the mid-table and on an 11 matches winless streak. You know all about them, they're without a proper manager, they lost a couple of very important players (and board members) and away from home they have 4-6-9 (18:38). They have three away defeats in a row, they score very rarely and although they did manage to share points with Hayes at home last Saturday, Hayes were a lot better than Basingstoke, and that's according to Basingstoke fans, but terrible weather helped the hosts to grab a point. It was 2:1 for Bishops at Basingstoke earlier this season and 3:1 for Bishops at their place last season. I expect a similar result, probably a handicap win for the home team.

Hampton are 4th, but they played less matches than Eastleigh and Bishop's Stortford and a play-off spot looks very realistic at the moment – it surely would be a great success for a team that came from Ryman Premier this season. Hampton have 7-7-3 at home (35:22), but they usually get the job done against poor teams like Dorchester – they're a strong, physical and motivated side. It's definitely time for a Hampton's home win, they have three draws and a defeat in the last four home matches. But, it seems that Hampton are hitting form in just the right time – they have three handicap wins and clean sheets in a row (3:0 at home vs Hendon in the Middlesex Cup final, 3:0 at Fisher and 2:0 at Bromley, both in the league), they have a couple of very dangerous strikers upfront and they should have more than enough for poor Dorchester who are second to bottom, with seven points less and two matches more than 19th Weston (just above the relegation zone). Dorchester have 2-6-10 away from home, they have three draws and four defeats in the last seven away matches (draws happened at Cambridge, Fisher and Bognor, all worse teams than Hampton at the moment, so that's okay) and although they did manage to grab an injury-time winner at home against Maidenhead, Hampton's individual quality should prove to be crucial. It was 1:0 for Hampton at Dorchester earlier in the season and 5:2 for Hampton at their place in the Setanta Shield Cup.

(2.24 also at Expekt, 2.18 at 10Bet, 2.15 at Bet365, 2.10 at Bet-at-home, Blue Square, Bwin, Gamebookers, Stanleybet...)

FT 0:0 / 4:0


Barrow – Alfreton 1 (1.75 @Expekt) 4 units

Barrow are currently 7th, but they've been amazing lately and I wouldn't be surprised if they manage to grab that play-off spot after all. They have six points less than 5th Nuneaton, but they played two matches less and if we take a look at their current form... Well, it's amazing – six wins and an away draw at Nuneaton in the last seven matches. At home they have three wins in a row, 10-3-4 this season (34:16), and Alfreton look like the perfect opponent at the moment. Alfreton are 15th, they're mathematically safe, they only managed to beat poor Vauxhall in March and that was at home (they lost away at Nuneaton, Stalybridge and even at poor Leigh RMI, and shared points away at mid-table Worcester and at home with struggling Solihull), so the motivation is definitely better at Barrow. Away from home they have 5-6-8 (21:25), they did manage to beat 16th Workington away from home this Tuesday, but they scored a winner in the third minute of stoppage-time and Workington are in a similar position – basically nothing to play for. With that win Alfreton secured their Conf North status and now when they did that, Barrow's determination and motivation should prove to be crucial. Barrow's management duo really did a great job in the 2nd half of the season. All good runs must end, but I don't think Barrow's good run will end like this, at home against Alfreton. Had to take this bet because odds shouldn't be higher than 1.55 here...

(1.75 also at Betway, 1.67 at StanJames and Bet365, 1.65 at Bet-at-home, Betsafe, Nordicbet, Sportingbet, Triobet, only 1.57 at Stanleybet...)

FT 2:1

- 18:29 - Komentari (0) - Isprintaj - #

02.04.2008., srijeda

1.4.2008. -5 units


Dorchester – Maidenhead 2 (2.60 @Blue Square) 5 units

Dorchester had a terrible season. Okay, they went 'full time', or 'professional', but I guess that wasn't the ideal motivation for their players who only managed to win five times (three times at home) this season (5-10-21). They're second to bottom, they have 9 points less than Maidenhead, they're traditionally terrible at home (3-4-11, 14:31 this season, 6-2-13 last season), they know that they're going down, their hated chairman already told the media that relegation wouldn't be the end of the world. In fact, here are some recent thoughts from the club: ''...If you were a betting man then no points from our next two games would realistically be it for us but we won't go into the games thinking like that...''. Oh, so they're not thinking like that, right. That was before Saturday, when they lost 0:1 to ten-men Thurrock who are a terrible away team btw and had a player sent off as early as in the 31st minute, but still managed to win 1:0 at poor Dorchester and create plenty of chances just in case. I am a betting man, I suppose, but value is what lures me in this case. Odds on Maidenhead shouldn't be bigger than 2.20 in my opinion and that's why I'm taking this bet – a draw is also possible here, it won't be an easy win (even if it's going to a handicap win). But, Dorchester scored only one goal in the last six home matches – they lost to St Albans, Eastbourne, Bishop's Stortford and Thurrock, shared a goalless draw with bottom-of-the-table Sutton and somehow managed to beat managerless Basingstoke who also haven't won a match in the last eleven.

Maidenhead's recent results are just as bad as Dorchester's, you're right – five defeats in a row, only one goal scored in the last four, they slipped all the way down to the relegation zone, currently 20th (8-10-18), lost 0:1 to Welling this Saturday (they were a better team though, according to some neutral match reports, just couldn't find the way to the net again). Yeah, true, but I still think they'll be alright. They have to win this match, they're playing away at very beatable Weston on Satuday, and if they take these six points (and I really think they could), they will be safe (and it would be their greatest result of the post-war era, hooray). Maidenhead are the worst home team in the league, that's right too, they won just once at home this season (who did they beat? Yep, Dorchester, a fine 3:1 win for Maidenhead in December), but away from home they're doing quite alright (7-5-5, 26:22). They have 4-1-2 in the last seven away matches (wins at Thurrock, Hayes, St Albans and Bognor, draw at Bromley, defeats at high-flying Eastleigh and improved Cambridge), they have a great scorer in Williams (scored 19 league goals this season, btw he scored his only hat-trick against Dorchester, and he's currently 5th best league's scorer) and just brought in another great striker, Pacquette from Havant & Waterloovile (13 goals this season all together, including that historic goal for Havant's shocking 1:0 lead away at Liverpool in the FA Cup). Williams & Pacquette upfront should have more than enough for poor Dorchester's defence that conceded 31 goal in 18 home matches this season. Even if Dorchester somehow manage to score, I think Maidenhead can always score two or three at Dorchester, especially now with Pacquette in the team. Experienced defender Cooper is fit and is going to be in the team after being out injured for a couple of weeks too.

This match was already played a couple of weeks ago, under terrible weather conditions, but it was abandoned in the 86th minute – the result was 1:1, but now when Maidenhead are in the relegation zone, they'll be a lot more motivated, that's a fact. If you want to be extra-careful, you can always stake two units on a draw and Pinnacle and 10Bet both offer very reasonable DNB's, but I'm throwing away my careful shoes for this bet and going for a straight away win.

(2.60 also at 888Sport, 2.55 at Betway, 2.50 at StanJames, BetDirect, Better, Boyle Sports, Bwin and Bet24, 2.45 at 10Bet, Bet-at-home, Expekt, Nordicbet, Primebet and Triobet, only 2.40 at Stanleybet... 1.93 at Pinnacle and 1.91 at 10Bet for a DRAW NO BET...)

FT 2:1

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2007/2008 SEASON


LONG-TERM: Barrow to promote to Blue Square Premier (13.00 @Blue Square) 2 units semi-finals: Barrow - Telford 2:0 FT, Telford - Barrow 0:2 FT / final: Barrow - Stalybridge 1:0 FT (+24 units)


Eastbourne to win the play-off's (3.00 @StanJames) 4 units semi-finals: Braintree - Eastbourne 0:2 FT, Eastbourne - Braintree 3:0 FT / final: Eastbourne - Hampton 2:0 FT (+8 units)


Wimbledon to win the play-off's (2.88 @StanJames) 4 units semi-final: Wimbledon - Hornchurch 3:1 FT / final: Staines - Wimbledon 1:2 FT (+7.52 units)

Gateshead to win the play-off's (2.75 @Skybet) 4 units semi-final: Gateshead - Eastwood 4:0 FT / final: Gateshead - Buxton 2:0 FT (+7 units)


Barrow – Telford 1 (2.25 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:0 (+6.25 units)


Braintree – (0) Eastbourne 2 (1.92 @Pinnacle) 5 units FT 0:2 (+4.6 units)


CONF NORTH DOUBLE: Barrow – Worcester 1 @1.50 & Vauxhall – Southport 2 @1.50 (2.25 @Betway) 4 units FT 1:0 / 1:2 (+5 units)

SOUTHERN/UNIBOND DOUBLE: King's Lynn to win Southern Premier @1.33 & Fleetwood – Frickley 1 @1.30 (1.73 @Bet365) 4 units FT yes / 1:1 (-4 units)

Hayes & Yeading – Bognor Regis 1 (2.00 @Skybet) 4 units FT 0:2 (-4 units)

Kettering – Gainsborough 1 (1.67 @Bet365) 4 units FT 2:1 (+2.68 units)


(-1) Newport – Thurrock 1 (1.90 @Bet365) 5 units FT 1:4 (-5 units)


Newport – Eastbourne 1 (2.63 @Skybet) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)

Vauxhall – Hinckley 2 (1.80 @StanJames) 4 units FT 0:1 (+3.2 units)

Hayes & Yeading – Cambridge OVER 3.5 (2.87 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 3:1 (+7.48 units)

CONF NORTH/RYMAN DOUBLE: Barrow – Tamworth 1 @1.60 & Wimbledon – Harlow 1 @1.55 (2.48 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 2:0 / 1:2 (-4 units)


Havant & Waterloovile – Weston-super-mare 1 (1.60 @Expekt) 8 units FT 1:1 (-8 units)


Bromley – Havant & Waterloovile 2 (2.63 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:1 (-5 units)

Bromley – Havant & Waterloovile HT/FT 2 (5.50 @StanJames) 1 unit HT 0:1 / FT 2:1 (-1 unit)

Redditch – Barrow 2 (2.40 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 0:5 (+7 units)

RYMAN/CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Leyton – Margate 2 @1.25 & Basingstoke – Lewes 2 @1.67 (2.0875 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:4 / 1:1 (-5 units)


Mangotsfield – Cirencester 1 (1.57 @StanJames) 7 units FT 1:0 (+3.99 units)

Heybridge – Staines 2 (1.83 @StanJames) 4 units FT 2:2 (-4 units)

UNIBOND DOUBLE: Stamford – Gateshead 2 @1.60 & Lincoln – Fleetwood 2 @1.35 (2.16 @Bwin) 4 units FT 1:1 / 0:3 (-4 units)


Fisher – Bognor Regis 2 (5.00 @Blue Square) 3 units & X (4.00 @BoyleSports) 2 units (ad-hoc draw-no-bet) FT 3:1 (-5 units)

RYMAN/CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Boreham Wood – Leyton HT/FT 1 @1.44 & Havant – Sutton HT/FT 1 @1.61 (2.3184 @Bet265) 4 units HT 1:0 FT 3:0 / HT 1:0 FT 2:0 (+5.2736 units)

CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Bishop's Stortford – Basingstoke 1 @1.55 & Hampton – Dorchester 1 @1.45 (2.2475 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 0:0 / 4:0 (-4 units)

Barrow – Alfreton 1 (1.75 @Expekt) 4 units FT 2:1 (+3 units)


Dorchester – Maidenhead 2 (2.60 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 2:1 (-5 units)


Tamworth – Vauxhall 1 (1.73 @StanJames) 6 units FT 1:1 (-6 units)

UNIBOND/RYMAN DOUBLE: Gateshead – Matlock 1 @1.45 & Leyton – Carshaton 2 @1.55 (2.2475 @Bet-at-home) 4 units FT 2:0 / 1:4 (+4.99 units)

Basingstoke – Hayes & Yeading OVER 3.5 (2.62 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)


RYMAN DOUBLE: Billericay – Carshalton 1 @1.70 & Leyton – Ramsgate 2 @1.40 (2.38 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:2 / 0:3 (+5.52 units)

Workington – Vauxhall Motors 1 (1.75 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 1:0 (+3.75 units)


Marine – Witton 2 (1.90 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 0:2 (+4.5 units)


Eastbourne – Hayes & Yeading OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 3:1 (+7 units)


Basingstoke – Braintree 2 (2.25 @Bet365) 5 units FT 2:2 (-5 units)

Eastleigh – Hayes & Yeading OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 1:4 (+8.75 units)

Bromsgrove – King's Lynn 2 (1.80 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)


Billericay – Folkestone 1 (1.91 @Coral) 5 units FT 4:1 (+4.55 units)


St Albans – Basingstoke 1 (3.50 @Skybet) 4 units & X (3.60 @Skybet) 2 units (ad-hoc draw-no-bet) FT 4:1 (+8 units)

Havant & Waterloovile – Bishop's Stortford 1 (1.91 @Coral) 5 units FT 1:2 (-5 units)

Hendon – Wimbledon 2 (2.10 @StanJames) 4 units FT 0:2 (+4.4 units)

RYMAN/SOUTHERN DOUBLE: Tonbridge – Leyton 1 @1.25 & Cirencester – Halesowen 2 @1.60 (2.00@Sportingbet) 4 units FT 3:0 / 2:3 (+4 units)


Thurrock – Havant & Waterloovile 2 (2.63 @Bet365) 4 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units (ad-hoc draw-no-bet) FT 0:2 (+4.52 units)

Barrow – Boston 1 (2.30 @Betway) 3 units FT 1:0 (+3.9 units)


Leyton – Heybridge 2 (1.73 @StanJames) 7 units FT 0:3 (+5.11 units)

Havant & Waterloovile – Eastbourne 1 (2.70 @Betway) 4 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units (ad-hoc draw-no-bet) FT 2:1 (+4.8 units)

Leigh RMI – Barrow 2 (2.20 @Skybet) 4 units FT 1:2 (+4.8 units)

Fisher – Dorchester OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)

Gateshead – Eastwood 1 (1.80 @Bwin) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)


Basingstoke – Bromley OVER 3.5 (2.62 @Blue Square) 6 units FT 1:1 (-6 units)

Hampton – Fisher OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 0:2 (-4 units)

Heybridge – Wimbledon 2 (1.80 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 2:1 (-5 units)

TROPHY/RYMAN DOUBLE: Tamworth – Aldershot 2 @1.67 & Ramsgate – Wealdstone 1 @1.62 (2.7054 @Bet365) 3 units FT 1:2 / 2:2 (-3 units)


Vauxhall – Hyde 2 (2.10 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 3:4 (+3.3 units)

St Albans – Bishop's Stortford 2 (1.97 @10Bet) 3 units FT 1:2 (+2.91 units)


Sutton – Eastleigh OVER 3.5 (2.38 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 0:0 (-5 units)

Basingstoke – Havant OVER 3.5 (2.63 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 2:3 (+8.15 units)

Billericay – Harrow 1 (2.20 @Skybet) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)

Kendal – Buxton 2 (2.00 @Bet365) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)


Braintree – Hampton & Richmond 2 (2.50 @Skybet) 3 units FT 3:0 (-3 units)

Horsham – Wimbledon 2 (2.30 @Coral) 3 units FT 0:2 (+3.9 units)

Dorchester – Bishop's Stortford 2 (2.00 @StanJames) 3 units FT 0:4 (+3 units)


Fisher – Eastleigh OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 6 units FT 1:4 (+11.28 units)

NORTH/SOUTH DOUBLE: Hyde – Leigh RMI 1 @1.50 & Dorchester – Eastbourne 2 @1.75 (2.625 @Betway) 4 units FT 1:1 / 0:4 (-4 units)

Harrow – Wimbledon 2 (2.38 @StanJames) 4 units FT 0:2 (+5.52 units)

Hemel Hempstead – Team Bath 2 (1.83 @StanJames) 4 units FT 1:3 (+3.32 units)

Sutton – Thurrock 1 (3.00 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 1:0 (+6 units)


SETANTA/RYMAN DOUBLE: St Albans – Aldershot 2 @1.55 & Leyton – Staines 2 @1.40 (2.17 @Bwin) 5 units FT 0:4 / 2:2 (-5 units)


Basingstoke – Fisher 2 /DRAW NO BET (2.00 @Betway) 7 units FT 1:5 (+7 units)

Wimbledon – Torquay 2 (1.72 @StanJames) 6 units FT 0:2 (+4.32 units)

Gainsborough – Hinckley 1 (1.75 @Bwin) 4 units FT 2:2 (-4 units)

Barrow – Redditch 1 (2.10 @Betway) 4 units FT 2:0 (+4.4 units)

(-1.5) Lewes – Bognor 1 (1.92 @10Bet) 4 units FT 0:1 (-4 units)

Eastleigh – Dorchester OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 3:1 (+5.25 units)


Liverpool – Havant & Waterloovile OVER 3.5 (1.60 @Gamebookers) 8 units FT 5:2 (+4.8 units)

Eastbourne – Basingstoke 1 (1.73 @StanJames) 6 units FT 6:0 (+4.38 units)

CONF SOUTH/RYMAN DOUBLE: Welling – Lewes 2 @1.65 & Leyton – Maidstone 2 @1.60 (2.64 @Bwin) 4 units FT 0:4 / 0:1 (+6.56 units)

Kendal – Ossett 1 (2.38 @StanJames) 2 units FT 0:2 (-2 units)

Hemel Hempstead – Bromsgrove X2 (2.00 @Bet-at-home) 2 units FT 0:2 (+2 units)


AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Billericay – Wimbledon 1 (3.25 @Skybet) 3 units & X (3.50 @StanJames) 2 units FT 2:2 (+2 units)

Wealdstone – East Thurrock 1 (2.00 @Gamebookers) 5 units POSTPONED


Eastleigh – St Albans OVER 3.5 (2.63 @Blue Square) 6 units FT 1:1 (-6 units)

Bishop's Stortford – Welling OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 5 units POSTPONED

Newport – Havant 1 (1.85 @Betway) 5 units POSTPONED

Hyde – Alfreton OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 0:2 (-3 units)

Hucknall – Southport 2 (2.00 @Skybet) 3 units FT 1:2 (+3 units)


Havant & Waterloovile – Swansea OVER 2.75 (2.05 @Pinnacle) 5 units FT 4:2 (+5.25 units)

Havant & Waterloovile – Swansea OVER 4 (4.80 @Bet365) 1 unit FT 4:2 (+3.8 units)


Hampton & Richmond – Bath City OVER 3.5 (3.10 @Blue Square) 3 units POSTPONED

East Thurrock – Staines 2 (2.20 @Sportingbet) 3 units POSTPONED


Billericay – Folkestone 1 (1.85 @Sportingbet) 8 units POSTPONED

RYMAN/CONF-SOUTH DOUBLE: Leyton – Harrow 2 @1.57 & Hampton & Richmond – Thurrock 1 @1.53 (2.4021 @Bet365) 4 units FT 0:3 / 2:3 (-4 units)

Ramsgate – Hendon 1 (2.40 @StanJames) 3 units FT 2:1 (+4.2 units)

Barrow – Gainsborough 1 (2.00 @Bwin) 3 units FT 4:1 (+3 units)

Stalybridge – Harrogate 1 /DRAW NO BET (2.10 @Betway) 3 units FT 3:2 (+3.3 units)


Bishop's Stortford – Havant & Waterloovile 1 (2.05 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:1 (+4.2 units)


Redditch – Vauxhall 1 (1.91 @StanJames) 7 units FT 2:0 (+6.37 units)

Chasetown – Cardiff OVER 2.75 (2.07 @10Bet) 5 units FT 1:3 (+5.35 units)

Chasetown – Cardiff OVER 4 (5.10 @Bet365) 1 unit FT 1:3 (+0 units)

Eastleigh – Bath City 1 /DRAW NO BET (1.88 @10Bet) 5 units FT 4:4 (+0 units)

Dorchester – Cambridge City 2 /DRAW NO BET (1.81 @10Bet) 5 units FT 3:2 (-5 units)

CONF SOUTH/RYMAN DOUBLE: Hampton & Richmond – Welling 1 @1.62 & Chelmsford – Hastings 1 @1.25 (2.025 @Skybet) 5 units FT 4:0 / 1:1 (-5 units)

Hemel Hempstead – King's Lynn 2 (2.20 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:2 (-4 units)

RYMAN DOUBLE: Folkestone – Leyton 1 @1.40 & Hendon – Carshalton 1 @1.50 (2.10 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 2:0 / 0:5 (-3 units)

CONF NORTH DOUBLE: Hyde – Blyth 1 @1.45 & Boston – Leigh RMI 1 @1.60 (2.32 @Bwin) 3 units FT 2:4 / 5:1 (-3 units)


St Albans – Cambridge City 1 /DRAW NO BET (1.70 @Betway) 6 units FT 0:2 (-6 units)

RYMAN DOUBLE: Leyton – Hornchurch 2 @1.40 & Wimbledon – Carshalton 1 @1.60 (2.24 @Bwin) 4 units FT 2:5 / 2:0 (+4.98 units)

Eastleigh – Basingstoke 1 (2.05 @Bwin) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)

AD-HOC DRAW NO BET: Weston Super Mare – Newport 2 (2.40 @Betway) 3 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 2:2 (-0.4 units)

AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Tonbridge – Horsham 1 (2.38 @StanJames) 3 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 1:5 (-4 units)

Heybridge – Chelmsford 2 (2.05 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 1:2 (+3.15 units)

Swindon – Cirencester 1 (2.00 @StanJames) 3 units FT 1:1 (-3 units)


Merthyr – Team Bath 2 (2.00 @Skybet) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)

SOUTHERN/RYMAN DOUBLE: King's Lynn – Mangotsfield 1 @1.62 & Chelmsford – Margate 1 @1.67 (2.7054 @Bet365) 5 units FT 1:1 / 5:1 (-5 units)

Wealdstone – Folkestone 1 (2.05 @Bwin) 5 units FT 3:2 (+5.25 units)

Ramsgate – Wimbledon 2 (2.50 @Bet365) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)

Marine – Buxton 1 (1.83 @Bet365) 5 units FT 0:1 (-5 units)

Gainsborough – Solihull 1 (1.91 @StanJames) 5 units FT 0:2 (-5 units)

Workington – Hyde 2 (2.25 @Blue Square) 5 units POSTPONED


Hemel Hempstead – Merthyr Tydfil 1 (1.62 @StanJames ) 5 units FT 0:0 (-5 units)

Guiseley – Kidderminster 2 (1.83 @Ladbrokes) 4 units FT 1:2 (+3.32 units)


Billericay – Hornchurch 1 (2.30 @Bwin) 5 units FT 0:2 (-5 units)

AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Swindon – Chippenham 1 (2.90 @Bwin) 4.5 units & X (3.55 @Digibet) 1.5 unit FT 0:2 (-6 units)

Worcester – Boston 1 (2.20 @StanJames) 4 units FT 2:1 (+4.8 units)

Boreham Wood – Chelmsford 2 (2.20 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:2 (-4 units)

Folkestone – Horsham 2 (2.20 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:1 (-4 units)

Harrow – Staines 2 (2.20 @Gamebookers) 4 units FT 1:3 (+4.8 units)

Gainsborough – Barrow 2 /DRAW NO BET (2.06 @10Bet) 4 units FT 1:1 (0 units)

Fisher – Havant 2 (2.50 @Expekt) 3 units FT 4:2 (-3 units)


Bromley – Lewes OVER 3.5 (3.25 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 1:2 (-3 units)


(-2) Swansea – Horsham 1 (2.00 @Gamebookers) 3 units FT 6:2 (+3 units)


Yate - Team Bath 2 (2.10 @StanJames) 4 units FT 0:2 (+4.4 units)


Staines – Peterborough 2 (1.60 @Gamebookers) 7 units FT 0:5 (+4.2 units)

Bognor Regis – Welling 1 (2.25 @StanJames) 6 units FT 0:0 (-6 units)

St Albans – Bromley OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 1:0 (-5 units)

Lewes – Bath City 1 (1.95 @Betway) 4 units FT 1:0 (+3.8 units)

Worcester – Barrow 2 /DRAW NO BET (3.20 @Betway) 3 units FT 1:1 (0 units)

Guiseley – Fleetwood 2 (2.50 @Sportingbet) 2 units FT 0:2 (+3 units)

Solihull – Stalybridge 2 (2.50 @Skybet) 2 units FT 0:4 (+3 units)


Bath City – Hayes & Yeading 1 (1.73 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 2:2 (-4 units)


Eastleigh – Weston-super-Mare 1 (1.85 @Sportingbet) 6 units FT 4:2 (+5.1 units)

FA TROPHY/UNIBOND DOUBLE: Wimbledon – Northwood 1 @1.44 & Fleetwood - Ashton 1 @1.50 (2.15 @Gamebookers) 5 units FT 2:1 / 3:0 (+5.75 units)

Staines – Chelmsford 2 (1.83 @Skybet) 4 units FT 2:2 (-4 units)

Matlock – Marine 2 (2.63 @StanJames) 3 units FT 2:3 (+4.89 units)

Billericay – Margate 1 (2.30 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 0:1 (-3 units)

Vauxhall – Hyde 2 (2.10 @Gamebookers) 3 units FT 1:0 (-3 units)


Dorchester – Hampton & Richmond 2 (2.25 @Coral) 7 units FT 0:1 (+8.75 units)

Hastings – Wimbledon 2 (2.10 @Bwin) 6 units FT 1:3 (+6.6 units)

Weston-super-Mare – Lewes 2 (2.25 @StanJames) 5 units FT 1:2 (+6.25 units)

Bromley – Newport OVER 3.5 (3.25 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 2:2 (+11.25 units)

Barrow – Telford 2 (2.10 @Coral) 5 units FT 4:0 (-5 units)

Ilkeston – Gateshead 2 (2.00 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:0 (-5 units)

Basingstoke – St Albans 2 /DRAW NO BET (3.20 @Betway) 1 unit FT 3:1 (-1 units)

Braintree – Bognor Regis 2 /DRAW NO BET (3.20 @Betway) 1 unit FT 3:2 (-1 unit)

Hayes & Yeading – Sutton 2 /DRAW NO BET (3.20 @Betway) 1 unit FT 3:3 (0 unit)


Boston – Hucknall OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 2:3 (+5.64 units)


SOUTHERN PREMIER DOUBLE: King's Lynn – Corby 1 @1.40 & Chippenham – Cirencester 1 @1.65 (2.31 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 0:1 / 2:0 (-3 units)


(-0.75) Team Bath – Chasetown 1 (2.00 @Bet365) 6 units FT 0:2 (-6 units)

Eastleigh – Bromley OVER 3.5 (3.25 @Betway) 6 units FT 1:4 (+13.5 units)

RYMAN DOUBLE: Wimbledon – Hornchurch 1 @1.65 & Chelmsford – Ashford 1 @1.40 (2.31 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 1:0 / 4:0 (+5.24 units)

AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Bognor Regis – Hayes & Yeading 1 (2.50 @Blue Square) 3 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 3:0 (+3.5 units)

AD-HOC DRAW NO BET: Chippenham – Hemel Hempstead 1 (2.38 @StanJames) 3 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 1:2 (-4 units)

Hucknall – Solihull Moors 1 (2.25 @StanJames) 2 units FT 2:2 (-2 units)

CONF NORTH DOUBLE: Alfreton – Leigh RMI 1 @1.65 & Boston – Vauxhall 1 @1.70 (2.805 @Betway) 2 units FT 1:0 / 5:1 (+3.61 units)


AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Billericay – King's Lynn 1 (2.63 @Skybet) 6 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units FT 1:3 (-8 units)

FA TROPHY DOUBLE: Marine – Bamber Bridge 1 @1.65 & Maidstone – Abingdon 1 @1.65 (2.7225 @Bwin) 5 units FT 2:2 / 5:3 (-5 units)


Nuneaton – Hyde AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: 2 (2.40 @Expekt) 4 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units FT 1:0 (-6 units)


Havant & Waterloovile – Hampton & Richmond 1 (2.20 @StanJames) 6 units FT 0:3 (-6 units)

Hayes & Yeading – Eastleigh AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: 2 (2.50 @Blue Square) 6 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units FT 2:4 (+7 units)

CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Newport – Dorchester 1 @1.60 & Lewes – Sutton 1 @1.40 (2.24 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 3:2 / 4:0 (+3.72 units)

CONF NORTH/FA TROPHY DOUBLE: Kettering – Blyth 1 @1.57 & Stocksbridge – Witton 2 @1.57 (2.4649 @Skybet) 2 units FT 1:0 / 2:5 (+2.9298 units)


Fisher – Newport 2 /DRAW NO BET (2.10 @Betway) 5 units FT 1:3 (+5.5 units)

FA CUP DOUBLE: Histon – Bamber Bridge 1 @1.30 & Weymouth – Hitchin Town 1 @1.40 (1.82 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 4:1 / 1:1 (-5 units)

UNIBOND PREMIER DOUBLE: Guiseley – North Ferriby @1.36 & Whitby – Witton X2 @1.25 (1.70 @Paddy Power) 5 units FT 2:1 / 1:6 (+3.5 units)

Ramsgate – Chelmsford 2 (2.25 @Bwin) 4 units & Ramsgate – Chelmsford X (3.50 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 2:0 (-5 units)

Hornchurch – Team Bath 2 (2.63 @Skybet) 3 units & Hornchurch – Team Bath X (3.60 @William Hill) 1 unit FT 0:1 (+3.89 units)

Lincoln – Marine 2 (2.50 @Skybet) 3 units & Lincoln – Marine X (3.60 @Skybet) 1 unit FT 0:2 (+3.5 units)

FA CUP DOUBLE: Southport – Hitchin 1 @1.83 & Havant – Leighton 1 @1.53 (2.7999 @Skybet) 2 units FT 1:3 / 3:0 (-2 units)

Eastleigh – Forest Green 1 (4.33 @Coral) 2 units & Eastleigh – Forest Green X (3.50 @Gamebookers) 1 unit FT 3:3 (+0.5 units)


Maidstone – Bury Town 1 (1.73 @Bet365) 5 units FT 3:1 (+3.65 units)


Thurrock – Sutton 1 (1.80 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:1 (+4 units)

(-1) Thurrock – Sutton 1 (3.10 @Blue Square) 1 unit FT 2:1 (-1 unit)

FA TROPHY DOUBLE: Kings Lynn – Sudbury 1 @1.33 & Abingdon – Staines 2 @1.47 (1.9551 @10Bet) 4 units FT 2:1 / 5:2 (-4 units)

Bromley – St Albans OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 2 units FT 3:4 (+3.76 units)

Hampton & Richmond – Bishop's Stortford OVER 3.5 (3.25 @Blue Square) 2 units FT 1:1 (-2 units)


Havant & Waterloovile – Basingstoke 1 (1.91 @Blue Square) 7 units FT 1:1 (-7 units)

Weston-super-Mare – Eastleigh 2 /DRAW NO BET (2.30 @Betway) 4 units FT 0:3 (+5.2 units)


FA TROPHY DOUBLE: Billericay – Ilford 1 @1.33 & Team Bath – Taunton 1 @1.43 (1.90 @10Bet) 3 units FT 2:1 / FT 1:0 (+2.7057 units)


Bath City – Basingstoke 1 (1.75 @Betway) 8 units FT 0:1 (-8 units)

CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Bath City – Basingstoke 1 @1.73 & Eastbourne – Sutton 1 @1.44 (2.49 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 0:1 / FT 3:0 (-4 units)

CONF NORTH DOUBLE: Hyde – Barrow 1 @1.57 & Burscough – Hinckley 1 @1.57 (2.46 @StanJames) 4 units FT 2:1 / FT 1:1 (-4 units)

Dorchester – Bromley 2 (2.40 @Betway) 1 unit FT 2:3 (+1.40 units)


Eastwood – Matlock 1 (2.10 @Skybet) 2 units FT 2:3 (-2 units)

Prescot Cables – Marine 2 (2.15 @Gamebookers) 2 units FT 1:1 (-2 units)


Chelmsford – Hendon 1 (1.75 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 5:1 (+3 units)


Havant & Waterloovile – Fleet 1 (1.62 @Skybet) 8 units FT 2:1 (+4.96 units)

Leek – Witton 2 (1.60 @ Bwin) 6 units FT 2:2 (-6 units)

Marine – North Ferriby 1 (1.67 @StanJames) 6 units FT 3:0 (+4.02 units)

Maidstone – Leyton 1 (1.90 @Gamebookers) 5 units FT 2:1 (+4.5 units)

Brentwood – Staines 2 (2.00 @Skybet) 3 units FT 0:3 (+3 units)


Corby – Team Bath 2 (2.10 @StanJames) 3 units FT 1:2 (+3.3 units)


Leyton – Chelmsford 2 (1.80 @Bwin) 7 units FT 1:2 (+5.6 units)


Ashton – Whitby OVER 2.75 (1.82 @Pinnacle) 6 units FT 0:0 (-6 units)


Wimbledon – Maidstone 1 (1.55 @Sportingbet) 7 units FT 2:0 (+3.85 units)

Bognor Regis – Fisher OVER 2.75 (1.91 @Pinnacle) 5 units FT 0:1 (-5 units)

Bognor Regis – Fisher 2 (2.30 @Expekt) 1 unit FT 0:1 (+1.30 units)

(-1.5) Gateshead – Ilkeston 1 (1.92 @Pinnacle) 5 units FT 1:2 (-5 units)

Gainsborough – Alfreton OVER 2.5 (1.85 @Pinnacle) 4 units FT 2:2 (+3.4 units)

Maidenhead – Newport 2-3 GOALS (1.95 @Betway) 3 units FT 2:3 (-3 units)

Maidenhead – Newport 1:1 FT (7.00 @Blue Square) 1 unit FT 2:3 (-1 unit)

Kettering – Hyde 1 (1.87 @Pinnacle) 3 units FT 0:2 (-3 units)

King's Lynn – Chippenham 1 (1.78 @Pinnacle) 3 units FT 2:0 (+2.34 units)


Wimbledon – Heybridge 1 (1.65 @Bwin) 6/10 FT 1:0 (+3.9 units)

Margate – Hendon 1 (2.50 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 0:2 (-5 units)

Cheshunt - Team Bath 2 (3.40 @StanJames) 3/10 FT 1:2 (+7.2 units)


St Albans – Thurrock 1 (1.83 @StanJames) 6/10 FT 0:5 (-6 units)

(-1) St Albans – Thurrock 1 (3.00 @Digibet) 1/10 FT 0:5 (-1 unit)


Eastbourne – Welling 1 (1.73 @Coral) 6/10 FT 1:0 (+4.38 units)


Hinckley – Kettering 2 (1.80 @Blue Square) 7/10 FT 0:0 (-7 units)


Hyde – Burscough OVER 2.5 (1.50 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:0 (-7 units)

Hyde – Burscough OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 2/10 FT 1:0 (-2 units)

Welling – Hayes & Yeading 1 (1.91 @Skybet) 4/10 FT 1:2 (-4 units)

Maidenhead – Havant & Waterloovile 2 (2.20 @Blue Square, Skybet) 3/10 FT 3:3 (-3 units)


North Ferriby – Gateshead 2 (1.91 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:4 (+6.37 units)

Witton – Matlock 1 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 4/10 FT 2:0 (+3.2 units)


Chelmsford – Wealdstone 1 (1.57 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 3:1 (+4 units)

Havant & Waterloovile – Bromley 1 (2.20 @Blue Square) 5/10 FT 1:0 (+6 units)

(-1) Havant & Waterloovile – Bromley 1 (4.22 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 1:0 (-1 unit)

Hendon – Maidstone 1 (1.62 @Skybet) 5/10 FT 2:1 (+3.1 units)

Kettering – Boston OVER 2.5 (1.83 @Pinnacle) 5/10 FT 3:0 (+4.1 units)

Kettering – Boston OVER 3.5 (2.63 @Blue Square) 1/10 FT 3:0 (-1 unit)


Bath City – Newport UNDER 2.5 (2.05 @Pinnacle) 7/10 FT 1:1 (+7.3 units)

Bath City – Newport 1:0 FT (8.00 @Blue Square) 1/10 FT 1:1 (-1 unit)

Bath City – Newport 0:0 FT (11.00 @Blue Square) 1/10 FT 1:1 (-1 unit)


Gateshead – Frickley 1 (1.67 @StanJames, Paddy Power) 8/10 FT 5:2 +5.3 units


Fleetwood – Marine 1 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 2:3 -5 units

Buxton – Witton 2 (2.00 @StanJames) 4/10 FT 0:2 +4 units

Leyton – Horsham 2 (2.30 @Gamebookers) 4/10 FT 4:3 -4 units

Heybridge – Billericay 2 (2.38 @StanJames) 2/10 FT 2:2 -2 units


Billericay – Leyton 1 (1.62 @StanJames) 8/10 FT 4:0 +4.9 units

Havant & Waterloovile – Thurrock 1 (1.67 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 3:0 +4.7 units

(-1) Havant & Waterloovile – Thurrock 1 (2.70 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 3:0 +3.4 units

Bromley – Hayes & Yeading 1 (1.62 @Blue Square) 6/10 FT 2:1 +3.7 units

Eastleigh – Sutton 1 (1.70 @Bwin) 5/10 FT 1:2 -5 units

Leigh RMI – Kettering OVER 2.5 (1.71 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 1:4 +3.5 units

Leigh RMI – Kettering 2 (2.10 @StanJames) 2/10 FT 1:4 +2.2 units


Gateshead - Whitby 1 (1.80 @Primebet) 8/10 FT 2:1 +6.4 units


Horsham - Folkestone Invicta 1 (1.91 @Skybet) 5/10 FT 1:0 +4.5 units

Hornchurch - Billericay OVER 2.5 and 3 (1.93 @Pinnacle) 4/10 FT 0:2 -4 units


Chelmsford - Boreham Wood 1 (1.73 @Paddy Power) 6/10 FT 4:1 +4.3 units


Wimbledon - Ramsgate 1 (1.67 @StanJames, Paddy Power) 7/10 FT 2:0 +4.7 units

Hyde - Tamworth OVER 2.5 (1.71 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 1:2 +4.2 units

Hyde - Tamworth 4-6 GOALS (3.20 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 1:2 -1 unit

Hyde - Tamworth 7 GOALS (22 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 1:2 -1 unit

Fisher - Weston-super-Mare OVER 2.5 (1.63 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 3:1 +3.7 units

Fisher - Weston-super-Mare 4-6 GOALS (2.95 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 3:1 +1.9 units

Fisher - Weston-super-Mare 7 GOALS (21.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 3:1 -1 unit


Newport - Maidenhead 1 (1.83 @Coral, StanJames, Blue Square) 5/10 FT 1:1 -5 units


Bognor Regis - Hampton & Richmond 1 (2.15 @Sportingbet) 3/10 FT 2:4 -3 units

Thurrock - Lewis 2 (2.45 @Sportingbet) 2/10 FT 2:3 +2.9 units

Redditch - Tamworth 2 (2.10 @Sportingbet) 3/10 FT 3:1 -3 units


Kettering - Hucknall 1 (1.91 @Blue Square) 6/10 FT 3:2 +5.4 units

(-1) Kettering - Hucknall 1 (2.89 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 3:2 -1 unit

Hyde - Vauxhall 1 (1.80 @Betway) 4/10 FT 6:3 +3.2 units


Lewes - Hayes & Yeading United 1 (1.73 @Sportingbet) 7/10 FT 2:1 +5.1 units

Maidenhead - Fisher 1 (2.10 @StanJames) 3/10 FT 2:3 -3 units

Tamworth - Burscough 1 (1.73 @Sportingbet) 5/10 FT 4:2 +3.6 units

2006/2007 SEASON


Hampton & Richmond - Slough OVER 2.5 (1.56 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 4:2 4.5 units

Hampton & Richmond - Slough 4-6 GOALS (2.85 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 4:2 5.5 units

Hampton & Richmond - Slough 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 4:2 -1 unit

Billericay - Leyton 1 (1.45 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:0 3.1 units

(-1) Billericay - Leyton 1 (2.15 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:0 2.3 units


Maidenhead - Banbury 1 (1.73 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:0 5.1 units

(-1) Maidenhead - Banbury 1 (2.89 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:0 3.7 units


Fleetwood - Mossley 1 (1.30 @StanJames) 9/10 FT 0:1 -9 units

Histon - Thurrock X2 (1.95 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 3:1 -3 units

Slough - Staines OVER 2.5 (1.63 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 0:2 -6 units

Slough - Staines OVER 3.5 (2.69 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 0:2 -2 units


Slough - Chelmsford OVER 2.5 (1.57 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 0:4 4 units

Slough - Chelmsford 4-6 GOALS (2.90 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 0:4 3.8 units

Slough - Chelmsford 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 0:4 -1 unit

Burscough - Grantham OVER 2.5 (1.56 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 3:0 3.9 units

Burscough - Grantham 4-6 GOALS (2.85 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 3:0 -2 units

Burscough - Grantham 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 3:0 -1 unit

Leyton - Hampton & Richmond 2 (1.67 @Bet365) 7/10 FT 0:3 4.7 units

Radcliffe - Guiseley 2 (1.60 @Bwin) 7/10 FT 1:2 4.2 units

Radcliffe - (-1) Guiseley 2 (2.48 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:2 -2 units


Havant & Waterlooville - Yeading 1 (1.50 @Bet365) 7/10 FT 4:0 3.5 units

Hednesford - Guiseley X2 (1.63 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:2 4.4 units

Hednesford - Guiseley 2 (3.25 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:2 -2 units


Droylsden - Moor Green 1 (1.55 @Bwin) 7/10 FT 1:0 3.8 units

(-1) Droylsden - Moor Green 1 (2.14 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:0 -2 units

Witton - Mossley OVER 2.5 (1.51 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 2:1 4.1 units

Witton - Mossley 4-6 GOALS (2.73 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 2:1 -3 units

Witton - Mossley 7 GOALS (17.7 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 2:1 -1 units


Burscough - Fleetwood 1 (1.75 @Bwin) 6/10 FT 4:1 4.5 units


Witton - Grantham 4-6 GOALS (2.66 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 4:4 -3 units

Witton - Grantham 7 GOALS (17.7 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 4:4 16.7 units


Slough - (-1) Margate 2 (1.58 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:2 -7 units

Slough - Margate OVER 3.5 (2.49 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:2 3 units

Newport - Bedford 1 (1.53 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:0 3.7 units

(-1) Newport - Bedford 1 (2.35 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:0 2.7 units


Hayes - Bedford 1 (2.00 @StanJames) 7/10 FT 3:1 7 units


Fisher - Braintree 2 (2.35 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 3:0 -3 units


(-1) Wimbledon - Slough (1.58 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 9:0 4.6 units

Wimbledon - Slough 4-6 GOALS (2.85 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 9:0 -2 units

Wimbledon - Slough 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 9:0 18.8 units

Cirencester - Bath City 2 (1.50 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 0:1 3.5 units

Stalybridge - Lancaster X-1 HT/FT (6.00 @Stanleybet) 1/10 HT 1:0 / FT 3:1 -1 unit


Walton & Hersham - Slough 1 (1.40 @Bwin) 9/10 FT 3:0 3.6 units

(-1) Walton & Hersham - Slough 1 (1.95 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 3:0 4.75 units

Fleetwood - Grantham 1 (1.57 @Skybet) 6/10 FT 4:1 3.42 units

(-1) Fleetwood - Grantham 1 (2.14 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 4:1 3.4 units

Fleetwood - Grantham 4-6 GOALS (3.01 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 4:1 2 units

Fleetwood - Grantham 7 GOALS (21.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 4:1 -1 unit

Leyton - Wimbledon 2 (2.10 @Bwin) 3/10 FT 2:5 3.3 units

Salisbury - Hayes 1 (1.40 @StanJames) 6/10 FT 0:0 -6 units

(-1) Salisbury - Hayes 1 (1.95 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 0:0 -3 units


Slough - Ramsgate 2 (1.40@Stanleybet) 9/10 FT 0:3 3.6 units

Slough - (-1) Ramsgate 2 (2.01@Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 0:3 2 units


Scarborough - Worksop 1:0 (7.50 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 2:1 -1 unit


Maidenhead - Cirencester 1 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 8.5/10 FT 1:0 6.8 units

(-1) Maidenhead - Cirencester 1 (3.05 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:0 -2 units

Bedford - Eastbourne 2 (2.00 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 1:1 -5 units

Bedford - (-1) Eastbourne 2 (3.70 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 1:1 -1 units

Walton & Hersham - Billericay 2 (1.67 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 2:2 -5 units


Slough - Boreham Wood 2 (1.60 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 0:4 3 units


Lancaster - Worksop 2 (1.40 @Stanleybet) 9/10 FT 0:3 3.6 units

(-1) Billericay - Slough 1 (1.70 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 5:0 5.6 units

Billericay - Slough OVER 3.5 (2.49 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 5:0 3 units

Billericay - Slough 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 5:0 -1 unit

Vauxhall - Scarborough X2 (1.49 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:1 3.4 units

Vauxhall - Scarborough 2 (2.65 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:1 -2 units


Lancaster - Redditch 2 (1.36 @Stanleybet) 9.5/10 FT 1:2 3.4 units

Lancaster - (-1) Redditch 2 (1.95 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 1:2 -6 units

Slough - Tonbridge Angels 2 (1.70 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 2:3 5.6 units

Slough - (-1) Tonbridge Angels 2 (2.80 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:3 -2 units

Worthing - Heybridge Swifts 1X (1.63 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 0:3 -7 units

Worthing - Heybridge Swifts 1 (3.05 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 0:3 -3 units

Chippenham - Banbury 1 (1.70 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units

(-1) Chippenham - Banbury 1 (2.80 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:1 -2 units


Farnborough - Basingstoke 1 (1.85 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units


Hendon - Slough 1 (1.90 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:0 6.3 units


Hinckley - Lancaster OVER 2.5 (1.50) 9/10 odgodjeno

Hinckley - Lancaster OVER 3.5 (2.35) 4/10 odgodjeno

Folkestone Invicta - Slough 1 (1.73) 8/10 FT 0:0 -8 units

(-1) Folkestone Invicta - Slough 1 (2.89) 3/10 FT 0:0 -3 units

Leek - Grantham 1 (1.70) 6/10 FT 4:2 4.2 units

Bedford Town - Thurrock 2 (2.20) 5/10 FT 3:1 -5 units

Bedford Town - (-1) Thurrock 2 (4.51) 1/10 FT 3:1 -1 unit

(-1) Havant & Waterloovile - Hayes 1 (1.95) 5/10 FT 6:0 4.75 units


Farnborough - Fisher 1X (1.51 @Bwin) 7/10 odgodjeno

Farnborough - Fisher 1 (2.65 @Bwin) 3/10 odgodjeno

Mangotsfield - Bath City 2 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 7/10 odgodjeno

Mangotsfield - (-1) Bath City 2 (3.05 @Stanleybet) 3/10 odgodjeno


(-1) Worcester - Lancaster 1 (1.43 @Stanleybet) 7.5/10 FT 4:1 3.2 units


East Thurrock - Slough 1 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 4:1 5.6 units

(-1) East Thurrock - Slough 1 (3.05 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 4:1 6.1 units

Lancaster - Worksop 2 (1.50 @Stanleybet) 9/10 odgodjeno

Lancaster - (-1) Worksop 2 (2.28 @Stanleybet) 5/10 odgodjeno


Havant & Waterlooville - Bedford 1 (1.90 @Stanleybet) 7.5/10 FT 4:0 6.75 units

(-1) Havant & Waterlooville - Bedford 1 (3.38 @Stanleybet) 2.5/10 FT 4:0 5.95 units


Droylsden - Lancaster OVER 2.5 (1.50 @Stanleybet) 9.5/10 FT 6:1 4.75 units

Droylsden - Lancaster 4-6 GOALS (2.72 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 6:1 -2 units

Droylsden - Lancaster 7 GOALS (17.6 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 6:1 16.6 units

Hinckley United - Scarborough X2 (2.23 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:1 2.46 units


Hyde United - Leigh RMI 1 (1.65 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 2:0 3.9 units

(-1) Hyde United - Leigh RMI 1 (2.65 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 2:0 4.95 units


Merthyr Tydfil - Gloucester HT 2 (3.30 @Stanleybet) 2/10 odgodjeno


Team Bath - Clevedon 1 (1.60) 6/10 FT 3:1 3.6 units

(-1) Team Bath - Clevedon 1 (2.47) 3/10 FT 3:1 4.4 units

Hendon - Hampton & Richmond 2 (1.70) 7.5/10 odgodjeno

Hendon - (-1) Hampton & Richmond 2 (2.66) 4/10 odgodjeno


Lancaster - Moor Green 2 (1.40) 8.5/10 FT 0:3 3.4 units

Lancaster - (-1) Moor Green 2 (2.00) 7/10 FT 0:3 7 units

Heybridge Swifts - Billericay X2 (1.48) 8/10 odgodjeno

Heybridge Swifts - Billericay 2 (2.50) 5/10 odgodjeno


Hemel Hempstead - Banbury United 1X (1.35) @ Stanleybet 8/10 FT 2:0 2.8 units

Hemel Hempstead - Banbury United 1 (2.20) @ Stanleybet 5/10 FT 2:0 6 units

Eastleigh - Lewes 1X (1.41) @ Stanleybet 8/10 FT 0:0 3.28 units

Eastleigh - Lewes 1 (2.35) @ Stanleybet 5/10 FT 0:0 -5 units

(-1) Eastleigh - Lewes 1 (5.03) @ Stanleybet 3/10 FT 0:0 -3 units


Havant & Waterlooville - Fisher Athletic 1 (1.70) @Stanleybet 6/10 FT 1:3 -6 units


Weymouth - Burton Albion X2 (1.30) @Derby 9.5/10 FT 1:1 2.85 units

Weymouth - Burton Albion 2 (2.25) @Derby 8/10 FT 1:1 -8 units

Weymouth - (-1) Burton Albion 2 (4.07) @Stanleybet 6.5/10 FT 1:1 -6.5 units

Billericay - Walton & Hersham 1 (1.40) @Stanleybet 9/10 FT 3:1 3.6 units

(-1) Billericay - Walton & Hersham 1 (2.00) @Stanleybet 7.5/10 FT 3:1 7.5 units

Walton & Hersham ne daje gol (2.50) @Stanleybet 7/10 FT 3:1 -7 units


Weymouth - Northwich X2 (1.64) 8.5/10 FT 1:1 5.4 units

Weymouth - Nortwich 2 (3.00) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units

Lancaster - Scarborough 2 (1.57) 9.5/10 FT 1:5 5.4 units

Lancaster - Scarborough (-1) 2 (2.48) 8/10 FT 1:5 11.8 units

Salisbury - Bedford Town 1 (1.40) 8.5/10 FT 3:1 3.4 units

(-1) Salisbury - Bedford Town 1 (2.01) 7/10 FT 3:1 7.1 units


Walton & Hersham - Heybridge Swifts 2 @ 1.85 Stanleybet, 8.5/10 FT 1:0 -8.5 units


Walton & Hersham - Billericay Town 2 (2.20) @Stanleybet, 8.5/10 prekinuto

Walton & Hersham - (-1) Billericay Town 2 (4.47) @Stanleybet, 5/10 prekinuto


Kettering - Worksop 1 (1.55) @Stanleybet, 8/10 FT 2:2 -8 units


Havant & Waterlooville - Bedford Town 1 (1.45) 8/10 odgodjeno

Lancaster - Nuneaton 2 (1.50) 9/10 FT 0:4 4.5 units

Folkestone Invicta - Billericay Town X2 (1.35) 9/10 FT 3:3 3.2 units

Weymouth - Burton Albion 2 (2.85) 7/10 odgodjeno


Leigh Rmi - Workington 1 (2.30) @Stanleybet, 7/10 FT 2:0 9.1 units


Lancaster City - Leigh Rmi 2 (1.65) 9/10 odgodjeno

Horsham - Slough 1 (1.30) 9/10 odgodjeno

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Worthing - Horsham 2 (2.05) 7/10 FT 3:2 -7 units

Carshalton - Bromley X2 (1.30) 9/10 FT 1:1 2.7 units

Hendon - Harrow Borough 1 (2.40) 6/10 FT 1:1 -6 units

Chelmsford City - Heybridge Swifts 1 (2.00) 6/10 FT 1:1 -6 units

Barrow - Lancaster City 1 (1.60) 9/10 FT 3:0 5.4 units

Farsley Celtic - Harrogate X2 (1.62) 7/10 FT 1:0 -7 units

Workington - Leigh RMI 1 (1.65) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units


Ashford - Margate 2 (1.70) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units

Carshalton - Harrow 1 (2.15) 6/10 FT 3:1 6.9 units

Chelmsford - Slough 1 (1.33) 9.5/10 FT 5:0 3.1 units

East Thurrock - Walton & Hersham 1 (2.00) 6/10 FT 1:0 6 units

Hendon - Worthing 1 (2.25) 6/10 FT 2:1 7.5 units

Corby - Gloucester X2 (1.36) 8/10 FT 2:3 2.9 units

Hemel - Bath City 2 (2.00) 7/10 FT 1:0 -7 units


Slough - East Thurrock 2 @ 2.25 Stanleybet, 8/10 FT odgodjeno


Slough - Hampton & Richmond 2 @ 2.00 Stanleybet, 9.5/10 FT 0:3 9.5 units

Hednesford - Lincoln United 1 @ 1.55 Stanleybet, 8/10 FT 2:1 4.4 units


Frickley - Gateshead 1 @ 1.90 Stanleybet, 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units

Billericay - Tonbridge 1 @ 1.90 Stanleybet, 8/10 FT 3:0 7.2 units