The Daily Acca: An evening in the National League

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It's a National League Daily Acca for Paul Robinson today and he fancies two home wins and a goal-fest at Fylde. Here are his selections:

- Back Halifax Town @ 8/15
- Back Over 2.5 Goals in Fylde v Chesterfield @ 10/11
- Back Barnet @ 7/5

The Acca pays approximately 6/1

Leaders to ease to victory

Bet 1: Back Halifax Town @ 8/15 - KO 19:45 BST

Halifax Town are back on top of the National League, thanks to two away wins. They won 2-0 at Dover, before beating Maidenhead 1-0 on Saturday.

Pete Wild's side are back on home soil this evening and they should be able to add to the five home victories that they have already achieved this season.

Opponents, Chorley, are second from bottom, and they won just once this year. That victory came over a month ago now, and while they have drawn four of their last five, this is a much sterner test.

Plenty of goals at Fylde

Bet 2: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Fylde v Chesterfield @ 10/11 - KO 19:45 BST

The hosts have lost three matches on the bounce, conceding eight goals in the process. Two of those were away from home, but in the one game on this ground, they were actually beaten 4-0.

As far as the goal-stats go, four of their last five at home have seen this selection land, and they recently scored three themselves against both Eastleigh and Wrexham.

The visitors are three places below Fylde in the table, as they currently sit third from bottom. Their recent form is better though, as while they were beaten 2-1 at the weekend, prior to that they had taken four points from a possible six.

The Spireites have played seven times on the road this term, and four of them have had three goals or more - with the three that missed out, doing so by just a single goal.

The Hive to be rocking

Bet 3: Back Barnet @ 7/5 - KO 19:45 BST

It's sixth versus second at the Hive Stadium this evening, and I think that home advantage will make the difference for Barnet.

The Bees are unbeaten in three, whereas Bromley come into the game on the back of two losses. Only Dover have won at Barnet this season, and that was back in August.

The visitors had been unbeaten on their travels, but they lost at Yeovil in their most recent away game, and I have concerns over their form in the last couple of weeks.

Daily Acca 2019/20 P/L

Wagered: 100pts
Returned: 56.04pts
P/L: -43.96pts

Paul Robinson,

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