- Mar 21, 2018
- Reaction score
- Notts County
- Barnet v Hartlepool United
- Dagenham & Redbridge v Yeovil Town
- Eastleigh v Aldershot Town
- Notts County v Maidenhead United
- Solihull Moors v Boreham Wood
- Torquay United v Dover Athletic
- Wealdstone v Wrexham
- Weymouth v King's Lynn Town
- Woking v FC Halifax Town
- Chesterfield v Stockport County (5.20pm)
What is it about your team scoring a last minute winner at Sutton that makes you want to start an early matchday thread as opposed to, say, conceding a last minute winner at Dover? Anyway, we have to be looking at making it four on the trot at home to 'head despite their shock win at Wrexham, and I believe we will.
Interesting fixtures elsewhere, Barnet v Pools could be a good scrap, the latter flying high, and after a disastrous first 20 mins at ours last week the Bees did ok and look to have some pacey & skilful attacking players, have picked up a couple of wins too following their opening day shocker. Reckon Pools would take a draw here?
Daggers and Yeovil fans both on a bit of a downer at the mo - but I fancy the visitors to nick a win, especially if Daggers are missing McCallum.
Eastleigh and Aldershot, have both hit 5 already this season, albeit the Shots at Dover 'how did they beat us' Athletic. Eastleigh to win this one for me, though.
Moors v Boreham Wood - clash between two fancied teams, who have had impressive wins in their last two. Tight game - score draw.
Torquay v Dover - three wins out of four for the Gulls, three of Dover's first choice back four out, and they can't seem to score or defend apart from against us, since when they've gone 1-12 in three games - easy home win.
Wealdstone v Wrexham - will be making my first ever visiting to the infamous 'Red Passion' if this is anything other than an away win, sounds like there'd be quite the meltdown.
Weymouth v Kings Lynn - Battle of two of the promoted sides, everyone saying Weymouth look rubbish, sounds like King's Lynn can't defend but CAN score - 0-1 or 0-2 for me.
Woking v Halifax - Decent enough start for both sides, I think the rest of the division would be VERY happy if this was a boring draw.
Chesterfield v Stockport - sorry Chessie fans, but sadly I can't see anything other than a convincing away win for the big-spending title favourites in front of the BT sport cameras.