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Re: England > Midweek > Non-league Jan 8-9

Barrow under transfer embargo which is bad against a Luton team flying high at the mo.Emphatic home win for the Hatters i suppose
I'd be tempted to say Barrow look good value at 8.5. From what I've heard they've been playing quite well, and Luton's odds may be too short due to the hype following their FA Cup win over Wolves. The gap between odds of 1.4 for Luton and 8.5 for Barrow just seems far too big. The Barrow chairman also says the transfer embargo is going to be lifted http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/20930798 Barrow +1.25 AH 1.97 188Bet
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Re: England > Midweek > Non-league Jan 8-9 Bluesq South Weston v Bath Weston won 2-1 at Bath on Boxing Day, but from what I read Bath had a bit more of the game. What I like about this game is that Bath is a much bigger club and have won their last three games at Weston. Athough Weston are in better general form, I think the head to head record makes Bath attractive at up to 4.2 (This game was originally scheduled for New Years Day, odds on Bath have lengthened since then, perhaps because Weston won and Bath lost on Saturday.) Bath DNB 3.25 Bet 365

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(This game was originally scheduled for New Years Day, odds on Bath have lengthened since then, perhaps because Weston won and Bath lost on Saturday.)
I'm sure that's the reason, but it should be factored in that Bath are looking very light at the moment, having lost Sean Canham and Jim Rollo last week among four departures in all. Things look pretty tough financially, with Lee Howells saying he's not bringing anyone in. The head to heads have no bearing given that these are completely different teams. On the plus side, the price is big (you'd not have seen anything like this in October), Bath have one or two players who are better than anything Weston have in the squad, and my personal view is that Weston have been overachieving, but I think you have to say that Weston are the better team at the moment.
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I'd be tempted to say Barrow look good value at 8.5. From what I've heard they've been playing quite well, and Luton's odds may be too short due to the hype following their FA Cup win over Wolves. The gap between odds of 1.4 for Luton and 8.5 for Barrow just seems far too big. The Barrow chairman also says the transfer embargo is going to be lifted http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/20930798 Barrow +1.25 AH 1.97 188Bet
Barrow lack quality all over the pitch though. Having watched them against Hereford on the TV a few weeks ago it became very clear why they are bottom. Hereford didn't have to work that hard for the goals and Barrow saw a lot of the ball but lacked quality in the final third to trouble Hereford. Seems like thats what happened against Kiddie on Saturday as well. I would ignore the transfer embargo as it means very little apart from one signing could not be made. The issue is Luton have struggled at times against the lesser teams this season and that would probably stop you from lumping on them, but unless Barrow play with more quality than they have been then they should lose.
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Re: England > Midweek > Non-league Jan 8-9 Alfreton v Wrexham On the face of it Alfreton's home form has been pretty poor. However if you go a bit deeper they actually have a pretty good record against the better sides in the league. Their 3 wins at home have come against Luton, Newport and Dartford, whilst they certainly played well despite losing in the FA Cup to Leyton Orient. The slight concern is that they leak plenty of goals at home and Wrexham obviously have the forward line to punish them, but at 31/10 (BetVictor) I am willing to take a chance that Alfreton raise their game for another of the divisions better sides. Braintree v Macclesfield I don't think there is a huge amount of value in the home sides price, but there is enough for me to get involved. I saw Braintree a few weeks ago against Wrexham and I was worried for them as they looked a side who was going to continue to struggle. To be fair though they have not done that badly since and even beat Forest Green at home. They won on Saturday 4-1 against Tamworth so go into this with confidence high. Obviously we all know what Macclesfield did at the weekend, but it is not hard to imagine they might not be quite at it tonight after a night of celebrating the fantastic win. Also they haven't travelled all that well this season so at 17/10 (BetVictor) I am happy to back the home side. Hereford v AFC Telford The away side are in woeful form at the moment. In the last eight games they have drawn three against Tamworth, Barrow and Stockport, whilst losing the other five. I don't often play at odds on but Hereford do look decent value to win here. They are in decent form and although they aren't heavy scorers, they are also proving very hard to score against. Given AFC aren't scoring many either I can see one being enough here and fancy Hereford pretty strongly to do just that as AFC look very low on confidence right now. Coral are best price at 4/5. Hastings v Wealdstone I know Hastings' league form hasn't suffered too much with the Cup run and they keep drawing matches, but it is not hard to believe that after going to The Riverside on Saturday that there will be a bit of a come down tonight. Wealdstone are suffering a little blip in form, but hopefully the manager will get the response he is looking for after losing their last two games. 23/20 (BetVictor) looks a more than fair price given that the away side should be more than capable of winning this even if you take out the FA Cup factor.

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Re: England > Midweek > Non-league Jan 8-9 The play for me on Braintree/Macc is a buy of total goals at 2.95 with Sporting. I'm tempted to sell the 2nd Braintree goal again but they weren't as dominant at Tamworth as the scoreline suggests. Key for me is that Braintree's home matches have made up three or more on each of the last five occasions, though the actual outcomes have been unpredictable. I keep waiting for Macclesfield to implode off the field but that's not happening. They've been pretty front-footed away from home but they do conceded - their only clean sheet away from home came in the stunning win at 10-man Grimsby. They haven't shown too many signs of cup hangovers yet: the win at Swindon was followed by a Tuesday night win at home to Tamworth in a dominant display, and the win over Barrow a week last Saturday brought a 2-2 with Southport, where they came back from two down with ten men. I'm keen to do something on Gateshead/Grimsby but will wait until the game is given the go-ahead. I also want to get involved with Southport/Lincoln but will wait for firmer team news. Lincoln are looking very light at the moment, and even given Southport's dire home form they look a touch stronger.

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I'm sure that's the reason' date=' but it should be factored in that Bath are looking very light at the moment, having lost Sean Canham and Jim Rollo last week among four departures in all. Things look pretty tough financially, with Lee Howells saying he's not bringing anyone in. The head to heads have no bearing given that these are completely different teams. On the plus side, the price is big (you'd not have seen anything like this in October), Bath have one or two players who are better than anything Weston have in the squad, and my personal view is that Weston have been overachieving, but I think you have to say that Weston are the better team at the moment.[/quote'] Thanks Ships - yes I read that news about Bath after posting the tip, and although the manager sounds downbeat I thought I'd leave the tip here. I suppose I would now make it perhaps a 5 point bet instead of a 7. I disagree that head to heads have no bearing - in my experience head to heads are an important factor in local derbies.
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Re: England > Midweek > Non-league Jan 8-9 I have found this article: The injury crisis engulfing Lincoln City could deprive them of nine first team players for tomorrow's trip to Southport. Already without captain Gary Mills (mf 18/0), Mo Fofana (mf 12/0), Peter Gilbert (df 10/0) and Rob Duffy (att 3/0), Jake Sheridan (illness, mf 24/0) and Scott Garner (knee, df 6/0) were added to the casualty list at the weekend.

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Dear Sirs, I have heard that Lincoln have a huge problems with a team tonight. So many injured players. Can team like Southport take a chance? Thanks in advance.
Welcome to the non-league thread, nelle. Indeed, Lincoln are looking painfully thin at the moment. They've even chosen this week to move a couple of benchwarmers on, which seems like bad planning, although perhaps indicates that David Holdsworth has some players he wants to bring in at short notice. To be fair to them they have been operating with a small squad of fit players all season, but things are particularly bad at the moment and there has been a loss of form of leading scorer Jamie Taylor to add to their worries. Southport's home form is a worry also - they are finding it hard to put together consistent performances, apart from a solid record of defences lapses. Having said all that, I'm very much fancying Southport tonight, with some more fluent attacking displays under their belt in the away games at Macclesfield and Telford. My favoured spread trades are a sell of the time of the 2nd or 3rd Southport goals.
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Re: England > Midweek > Non-league Jan 8-9 I would like to draw your attention to another good point which I found yesterday: North Conference. Guiseley - Corby Town. Hosts are a scoring machine. They are brulliant at home and away, too. Corby isn't a type of teams who can resist the real pressure and doesn't have enough quality players to be competative against promotion contender. Guiseley used to score one or two goals at home. Corby concedes in averege 2.44 in away games. I think it can be 2-0 or 3-0 hosts' win. I would support Guiseley (-1,5) 1.925 on bet365.

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Re: England > Midweek > Non-league Jan 8-9 redditch must be a little rusty following all their recent postponements and according to their forum have let stuart hendrie and connor deards go amid rumours of budget cuts again. chesham seem to blow hot and cold but i see them winning this and am going to double it with luton who should be flying after beating wolves, the double pays out at 8-15 and 2-5

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Lincolns injury problems were why I was so strong on Grimsby on New years day and they got a draw there and got a draw on Saturday too. Maybe it will catch up with them tonight, but they aren't playing that badly at the moment. As for Macclesfield I think beating Cardiff in the 3rd round is very different to beating swindon in the first round. I'm with ships on the head to head stuff. There isn't really a rivalry between the 2 clubs and you can be certain the players won't know the head to head stats going into tonight's game. What happened in previous seasons will have little baring on what will happen tonight. Sent from my HTC Desire S using PL Forum

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redditch must be a little rusty following all their recent postponements and according to their forum have let stuart hendrie and connor deards go amid rumours of budget cuts again. chesham seem to blow hot and cold but i see them winning this and am going to double it with luton who should be flying after beating wolves, the double pays out at 8-15 and 2-5
A good shout, BG. Chesham United have improved hugely in recent weeks. Key has been Steve Wales returning from injury, but they freshened up the squad too, bringing in Inih Effiong from Boreham Wood, who has given Simon Thomas a new lease of life up front. I've usually been impressed with Thomas when I've seen him in action but he's been pretty tame so far this season - now he's got seven in two. John Kyriacou has been another good recent signing, providing some marauding right-back play. Redditch do seem to be on the brink of a difficult spell. The HT/FT Chesham play is 7/5 with PaddyPower and that looks quite punchy.
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Re: England > Midweek > Non-league Jan 8-9 Luton have indeed had some problems with lower sides...Luton at home against sides of 4.0 or better are 6-2-3 this season. Barrow's record away as a side of 4.0 or better: 4-0-4, but that includes 0-3 when the odds were above 6.0, with final scores of 0-2, 0-3 and 0-3. The real story today is Hereford-Telford. Hereford are 2-0-1 at home against sides of better than 4.0. Telford, meanwhile, are this season's giant killers: 3-3-1 away as underdogs of better than 4.0. Telford lost 1-4 at Wrexham, but beat Luton 1-0 as a better than 9.0 underdog, beat Dartford @ 5.29 and drew 3-3 at Cambridge. [Last season Telford as large dogs away went 1-5-3.] My numbers for the previous three seasons had shown unequivocally that draws are the money play in this division in many circumstances involving large underdogs, but this season the weekday matches have just killed me. The underdogs who I have taken to draw have won games outright at an amazing clip: 14-5-29 in total (although not all the games would be automatic plays). The best draw on my stats of the three games would be Alfreton (home underdog)...next best would be Telford...Barrow would not be a play as it's over 6.0.

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A good shout' date=' BG. Chesham United have improved hugely in recent weeks. Key has been Steve Wales returning from injury, but they freshened up the squad too, bringing in Inih Effiong from Boreham Wood, who has given Simon Thomas a new lease of life up front. I've usually been impressed with Thomas when I've seen him in action but he's been pretty tame so far this season - now he's got seven in two. John Kyriacou has been another good recent signing, providing some marauding right-back play. Redditch do seem to be on the brink of a difficult spell. The HT/FT Chesham play is 7/5 with PaddyPower and that looks quite punchy.[/quote'] Seems like a good call to me and I have backed the ht/ft as well.
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Were Eastleigh in need of defensive reinforcements? If they were they have them as they've signed Dean Beckwith from us and loaned Alex Lacey for a month from us too.
They've conceded one fewer than Truro City (though they have a game in hand to sort that out). Tom Jordan and Andy Forbes started the season as the preferred central pairing and they've both looked out of sorts. They've been trying different combinations and used Leigh Mills and Mitchell Nelson, too. They really haven't sorted a system or personnel that works. Good signings though, and it just remains for Richard Hill to get the best out of them.
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A good shout' date=' BG. Chesham United have improved hugely in recent weeks. Key has been Steve Wales returning from injury, but they freshened up the squad too, bringing in Inih Effiong from Boreham Wood, who has given Simon Thomas a new lease of life up front. I've usually been impressed with Thomas when I've seen him in action but he's been pretty tame so far this season - now he's got seven in two. John Kyriacou has been another good recent signing, providing some marauding right-back play. Redditch do seem to be on the brink of a difficult spell. The HT/FT Chesham play is 7/5 with PaddyPower and that looks quite punchy.[/quote'] I like the look of the -1 handicap at a tasty 8/5 with P Power
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The odds for Southport have risen from 1.95 to 2.1 with bet365.Any ideas why's that?
It just means they've taken a bit on Lincoln and need to balance the book on one side. The Lincoln side looks strong enough and with Oliver and Robinson starting alongside Taylor it looks a commendably offensive side. What we don't know is how many players are carrying knocks or suffering from the sickness bug. Southport side is decent too, and I like the look of goals now.
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It just means they've taken a bit on Lincoln and need to balance the book on one side. The Lincoln side looks strong enough and with Oliver and Robinson starting alongside Taylor it looks a commendably offensive side. What we don't know is how many players are carrying knocks or suffering from the sickness bug. Southport side is decent too, and I like the look of goals now.
Great... What happened with Lincoln's long injury list...I hope for a HW...
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Re: England > Midweek > Non-league Jan 8-9 Barrow only have two subs against Luton tonight. As I typed that Luton went a goal up and I have backed them on the -2 handicap at 6/5 as they could score a few tonight now they have got an early one as Barrow are going to have to try and chase the game.

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