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20 December 2019

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The National League’s official betting partner, LV BET, take a look at the pick of the fixtures this weekend, including Chesterfield's trip to Torquay United.

Boreham Wood v Harrogate Town
• Boreham Wood are undefeated in five - their best run of the season.
• Harrogate have won just one in five away from home but still hold a play-off place.
• Wood’s Kabongo Tshimanga and Tyrone Marsh have scored 21 National League goals between them this season.
• Harrogate have let in more goals than anyone else in the top seven but have scored 38 times already.

AFC Fylde v Yeovil Town
• AFC Fylde have kept five clean sheets in their last six matches in all competitions but remain just two points above the drop zone.
• Title chasing Yeovil haven’t lost in five away from Huish Park and recorded wins in their last two games at FC Halifax and Chesterfield.
• Despite their struggle, Fylde have only lost three home games this campaign.
• Rhys Murphy is the division’s leading marksman with 16 goals. He notched five in November alone.

FC Halifax Town v Notts County
• The Shaymen thrashed Wrexham in the FA Trophy last weekend but in the National League they haven’t won at home in five.
• Notts haven’t claimed victory in five matches and currently sit in 12th place in the table.
• Halifax have scored just 32 times so far - less than any other side in the top half of the table
• County have taken just 12 points from their 11 away games this season.

Torquay v Chesterfield
• Torquay have lost their last five National League matches - their worst run for over two years.
• Chesterfield remain in the bottom four and have lost six of their last seven.
• The Gulls have shipped 13 goals in their last five games, including five vs Stockport County in their last home league match.
• Chesterfield are better away than at home, losing only four of their 12 games on the road so far.

Chorley v Dover Athletic
• Chorley’s defeat to Stockport last time out was their first in five, but it saw them return to the bottom of the table.
• Dover have won seven times away from home already. No team has a better record on the road.
• The two sides drew 1-1 in the reverse fixture back in September but this is their first ever league meeting at Victory Park.
• Chorley have scored in seven of their last eight league matches while Dover have only scored more than one goal in one game since October.


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