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Woking will be looking for another win after a 0-2 National League triumph versus Barnet.

For Woking, the goalscorers were Moussa Diarra (16') and Jamar Loza (87').

A recurring characteristic of more recent Woking games is the number of nil scores.

From their previous 6 matches leading up to this one, in as many as 5 of them a bet on both teams scoring would have lost.

Following on from being defeated in their last game at the hands of Wealdstone in National League action, Weymouth and their travelling fans will hope for a better result here.

For Weymouth, the goals were scored by Bradley Ash (45') and Josh McQuoid (85'). Rhys Browne (50', 74') and Jack Cook (53') scored for Wealdstone.

The numbers tell their own story, and Weymouth have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 games, with opponents netting 13 goals in all. At the back, Weymouth have not been doing too well. That sort of trend might not be carried forward into this next game, however.

Prediction: Both teams to score


Wrexham enter this game following on from a 0-0 National League drawn match against Bromley.

Their more recent scorelines really do illustrate the point that much respect should be given to the Wrexham defence. Wrexham have been miserly, seeing the number of goals that have flown into the back of their net during their last six outings standing at 4. That pattern isn’t assured to be carried forward into this match, of course.

Halifax will go into this meeting following a 2-0 National League win in the defeat of Torquay United in their previous match.

For Halifax, goals were scored by Billy Waters (60') and Gerry McDonagh (71').

A succession of effective displays by the Halifax defensive unit has seen the number of goals they’ve conceded standing at 2 from their previous 6 fixtures overall. Over that same time, the number of goals that they have scored themselves is 9.

Prediction: Under 3.5 Goals


Yeovil Town are hoping to win again following the 0-2 National League victory versus Dover Athletic.

For Yeovil Town, the scorers were Ben Barclay (19') and Dale Gorman (56').

Fewer than three goals per game were seen in 5 of the last 6 meetings where Yeovil Town have been involved. In terms of the goal attribution during that period, their opponents scored an aggregate of 8 while Yeovil Town got themselves 4.

In their previous fixture, Bromley drew 0-0 in the National League match with Wrexham.

The attacking players from Bromley have had real problems scoring goals over their previous 6 encounters, netting the unsatisfactory return of only 3. In those fixtures, The Ravens have also seen the collective goal tally of their opponents equal 8. Regardless, we’ll just have to find out whether that trend might be replicated here in this match or not.

Coming into this fixture, Bromley haven’t won away from home in the past 4 league games.

Prediction: Both teams to score

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