Chester to seal the win
Bet 1: Back Chester @ 19/20 - KO 15:00 BST
We start in the National League North where I believe that Chester can continue their fine start to the season at the expense of Hereford.
The Seals are managed by former Salford duo Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley, and after finishing ninth last year, they have them up in third place after six games.
Three draws and three wins means that they are unbeaten, and they come into today on the back of two straight successes - both of which were to nil.
The visitors are in fourth and only one point behind, but they finished 17th last term, so their improvement has the potential to fizzle out somewhat. They have won two of their three on the road, but they have also been beaten 3-1 at King's Lynn Town.
Expect goals at Meadow Lane
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Notts County v Chorley @ 8/11 - KO 15:00 BST
In the National League, Notts County and Chorley meet at Meadow Lane, and I am predicting goals.
These two clubs were two divisions apart last year, as the hosts have been relegated from League Two, while the visitors are up from the National League North.
Neither side have made a great start to the season as they have just one win between them, and that was for County a couple of weeks ago.
As far as the goals go, all three of the Magpies' home matches have seen this selection land, while the same can be said for two of Chorley's away outings. Expect more of the same this afternoon.
Harrogate's Fylde hoodoo to continue
Bet 3: Back AFC Fylde @ 6/10 - KO 15:00 BST
Last season, AFC Fylde and today's opponents, Harrogate Town, finished in the Play-off positions in the National League, but it was Salford who went up, and now they are both only in mid-table after half a dozen games of this new campaign.
The selection did the double over the Yorkshire based club last season - winning 3-1 at home in May and 2-1 away in December.
The Coasters do need to put a pair of 4-1 defeats behind them, but surely nothing will galvanise them more than a win over a team from their neighbouring county, and Town have lost two of their three away matches this term.