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I rarely regret bets, but I certainly made a few wrong decisions on Boxing Day, but I had such a big shortlist I had to cut some out and I left the wrong ones out. I should have known putting 5 National League bets in wasn't going to work out although at least Yeovil were easy winners to land the Nap. I have 8 bets and just some brief reasons for them due to time.

Torquay v Woking

Fairy self explanatory this one. Woking weren't great on Thursday either, but at 177/10 they have to be a bet against a Torquay side who are struggling really badly.

Alfreton v Kings Lynn

Alfreton have been well backed despite being terrible because of Kings Lynn injury issues and they had a tough game on Thursday. Still Alfreton lost 3-0 to Telford and Kings Lynn might still have too much for them so with the drift I am happy to back them.

Boston v Kettering

I was already planning on backing Kettering, but there has been a huge amount of money put on Boston which is crazy in my view. Boston had to play over 70 minutes on Thursday on a pitch described as a quagmire. Kettering are unbeaten in the league since Paul Cox took over and they didn't have to play on Thursday. That is a massive advantage for me and the only slight concern is Kettering had just 3 subs when they won at Alfreton last Saturday. 7/1 is way too big as I would make them about 2/1 myself.

Gloucester City v AFC Telford

Telford are very inconsistent, but I am happy to back them here to beat my own side. City were woeful on Thursday and were so bad that people who went to the game are being offered free entry to this match. They could barely string two passes together and I would make Telford favourites myself.

Braintree v Concord

I don't oppose Braintree on Thursday as I didn't trust Chelmsford, but of course in the end they ran out easy winners. Concord are in decent form and look a strong bet as I would make them odds on.

Dartford vTonbridge

Dartford have struggled at home all season and with Tonbridge not having played on Thursday I think there is some value in going for the away win.

Wealdstone v St Albans

St Albans have improved massively in recent weeks and although they play top of the table Wealdstone here I think the teams are much closer together than the odds suggest.

Hungerford v Havant & Waterlooville

Havant had their game called off on Saturday and I am going to try them on the -1 again. In theory they should cover this with ease and hopefully they go and prove their dominance on the pitch.

Woking 2pts @ 177/100 with Marathon

Kings Lynn 1pt @ 8/5 with Bet365, William Hill, Betfred and Betway

Kettering 2pts @ 7/1 with Betfair, Paddy Power and BetVictor

AFC Telford 1pt @ 177/100 with Marathon

Concord 2.5pts @ 31/20 with Marathon

Tonbridge 1pt @ 5/2 with Bet365

St Albans 1pt @ 9/2 with William Hill, Marathon, Betfred and BetVictor

Havant -1 2pts @ 7/4 with Betfair and Paddy Power

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