BROMLEY V GRIMSBY
Bromley will be looking for another win after a 0-1 National League triumph against Dover Athletic.
The only name on the scoresheet from Bromley was Corey Whitely (6').
Fixtures involving Bromley have proved to be engaging affairs recently with high scoring being a real hallmark. Over their past half dozen games, a total of 21 goals have been recorded for both sides combined (at an average of 3.5 goals per game) with 12 of these coming from Bromley. That kind of trend might not be sustained here, of course.
In their previous fixture, Grimsby Town drew 1-1 in the National League match with Maidenhead United.
The only player to score from Grimsby Town was Érico Sousa (73'). Kane Ferdinand (83') scored for Maidenhead United.
During their six latest matches, Paul Hurst's Grimsby Town have seen their efforts on goal rewarded a total of 13 times - yielding them the goals per game average of 2.17.
Prediction: Under 3.5 Goals
MORECAMBE V LINCOLN
Morecambe will play in this fixture following on from a 3-3 League One tied result against Accrington Stanley.
For Morecambe, goals were scored by Cole Stockton (15', 81') and Adam Phillips (27'). Colby Bishop (19', 68') and Matt Butcher (21') scored for Accrington Stanley.
It’s been all too rare in recent games where Morecambe have shown defensive steel. It will be a concern for them that Morecambe have failed to prevent opponents from scoring in 5 of their previous 6 matches, letting in 10 goals on the way.
Lincoln City will go into the game following on from a 1-2 League One win as they beat Burton Albion in their last outing.
For Lincoln City, goals were scored by Lewis Fiorini (10') and Anthony Scully (50'). Conor Shaughnessy (86') was the scorer for Burton Albion.
Looking at their form, and Lincoln City have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 matches, letting opponents get 7 goals in all. At the back, Lincoln City have clearly had some problems. We will have to see if that trend will be continued on into this next match.
Prediction: Both teams to score
ALTRINCHAM V KING'S LYNN
Altrincham are hoping to win again following the 1-0 National League triumph versus Notts County.
The only name on the scoresheet from Altrincham was Marcus Dinanga (29').
In their preceding six fixtures, Phil Parkinson's Altrincham have managed to score a total of 7 times - an average number of goals per match of 1.17.
Following on from being beaten in their last game against Wealdstone in National League competition, King's Lynn Town and their travelling supporters will be hoping that they can get a better result in this one.
Charlie Cooper (33') scored for Wealdstone.
The stats tell the story, and King's Lynn Town have been scored against in 6 of their last 6 games, with opponents netting 10 goals in all. In defence, King's Lynn Town have some weaknesses to address. Such a pattern might not be sustained into this game, of course.
Going into this encounter, King's Lynn Town are undefeated in their previous 2 league matches away from home.
Prediction: Both teams to score
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