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  1. Taking Darran's point on the likelihood of surprises at this stage, a flying Tonbridge may have too much for Dulwich Hamlet. Despite Dulwich's fine win at Woking last week they have found it hard at their new level and I expect Tonbridge to take the game to Dulwich and continue their good start to the season. I don't see Weston improving any time soon and Salisbury may have too much for them. Salisbury continue to improve since the club imploded a few years ago and I see a low scoring away win here.
  2. Just a general update for anyone considering AFC Fylde or Solihull Moors this weekend. I watched them play each other in midweek. Was very impressed with Fylde's ability to change the play when necessary. A very versatile unit and having kept Danny Rowe must be a very good shout for at least a play off spot. Solihull are a big, direct and efficient side. That's it. They are good at what they do but will more often than not be beaten by the Division's better sides. Not seen the odds but would strongly favour Fylde over Dover tomorrow. Intriguing game at Solihull where I would take Sutton o
  3. Excellent tipping there Darran. I witnessed the one you missed and would comment as follows; Bath started well with their neat passing game and deservedly led on 9 minutes. Dartford had five new signings ( as well as their new management team) and weren't really gelling. However, as the half wore on Dartford's greater physical presence and pressing game reduced Bath to going long without any joy. Dartford are a strong , physical, direct and slightly cynical unit who got the job done and, on that performance, will be around the top three again. Bath, who have made some good sign
  4. Thanks. I should have paid more attention to Spennymoor. Very good shout.
  5. Agree with addpea on the Sutton v Leyton Orient and Bognor v Bath games. Saw a bit of Sutton last year and they were a solid, attacking outfit. They will miss Deacon but the pitch will be a huge advantage. Watched Bath at Yate last Saturday and saw them a number of times last season. Gary Owers is a shrewd, well connected manager who plays the loan market well. He has kept key players from last year, particularly Andy Watkins and Marvin Morgan and added well with Anthony Straker joining from Aldershot. GK position not bottomed out yet but I like them for the playoffs. Oxford City v
  6. I have a strong fancy for Fulham, they have stability now as a club after a few years of turmoil and a decent squad that they have added to sensibly. I don't think there is as much expectation around them as there will be at Villa and 'Boro, I think Wolves will struggle at least early on as the new manager and the expensive signings bed down and I expect QPR to go down under Holloway
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