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Curzon Ashton v Stalybridge

Stalybridge form is W1 D2 L5 over the last 8 games, their total away form is W2 D1 L10. scoring 9 and conceding 28. Their last defeat was at home against Curzon Ashton (2-1) on 7th Jan. With only 14 points they need a miracle to avoid relegation. Curzon have hit form of late, beating league leaders  Fylde 3-2 at home and 5th placed Darlington 3-1 away in their last 2 games. They've won 3 and drawn 1 of their last 4 home matches, including a 4-2 win over Halifax. Curzon should beat Stalybridge, and judging by the way they've played recently there should be goals.

Curzon Ashton and over 2.5 goals @ 2.1

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Can't argue with Curzon Ashton being the form side, but the total may betray you. Curzon 7-5 in overs at home, Stalybridge 8-5 in overs away. Only three sides have scored fewer at home than Curzon, and no side has scored fewer away than Stalybridge's 9 (they're tied for 8th in goals conceded away). They played four times in 2016, and one went over.

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Merthyr v Redditch

A win in this game would see Merthyr rise to second in the league table just one point behind latest leaders Chippenham Town,and they expect to have an unchanged squad from Saturday’s 1-0 win over Banbury. Merthyr are unbeaten at home all season, but have drawn too many - W6 D4 L0, scoring 19 and conceding 5. Their last 6 home matches saw them score a total of 18 goals (the highest in the division), an average of 3 per game.

Redditch find themselves  mid-table after picking up only one point from the last 12 available and are on a run of three successive defeats including an 8-1 thrashing away to Frome Town  a fortnight ago. Their last win was 1-0 at Basingstoke on 17th December. November form reads W1 L4, and the last 8 matches W1 D2 L5 scoring 6 and conceding 8. The result at Frome contributes to Redditch’s record of having conceded more goals than any other team outside the bottom seven in the league table, and Redditch are one of two teams in the Premier Division who play on a 3G pitch. Manager Byfield got rid of 4 players after the Frome result and has brought several new players in,but it takes more than 2 weeksto rebuild a team.

Merthyr @1.67

Merthyr and Over 2.5 goals @2.25

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Solihull v Lincoln

Lincoln have lost their last 2 away games.

 The Moors have lost just once in their last seven league games and McDonald promised to take the game to the visitors.

“For me, Lincoln are the best team in the league and they’ve justified that by beating the top side in the Championship,” said McDonald. “It’s going to be a tough game, a massive game and one we’re looking forward to.

“I’m sure Lincoln will be buzzing but our lads are on a high too.

“Nobody will expect us to get anything but we’ve shown we can go a surprise a few people and we want to go and do that again. We’ve got nothing to lose because there’s no pressure on us.”

http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/solihull-moors-challenged-surprise-fa-12530071

Im tempted by Solihull +1@1.91, depends how 'up for it' Lincoln are....?

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