National League: Resurgent County can shine in Somerset


NON-LEAGUE expert Paul Maddison (@LouthBigDog) shares his best bets from Saturday's action in the National League.

Chesterfield v Dagenham & Redbridge | Saturday 31st August 2019, 15:00

  • Chesterfield have conceded in every game this season, including at least twice in six of their seven games, whilst failing to score just once.
  • Chesterfield’s games are averaging 3.14 goals with Both Teams To Score landing in 6/7.
    Dagenham have conceded in all seven games with their last four seeing the visitors score eight goals, and conced eight times.
  • Dagenham’s matches have averaged 3.14 goals per-game with BTTS banking in 4/7.

Both Teams to Score 10/11 (Coral)

Yeovil v Notts County | Saturday 31st August 2019, 15:00

  • Yeovil have picked up just seven points in their opening seven despite a soft schedule.
  • Yeovil have lost three games on the bounce, are low on confidence and making sloppy mistakes.
  • Notts County’s form is picking up. The Magpies looked very good when beating Chorley 5-1 on Monday and will cause plenty of problems going forward.

Notts County to win (36/25 Marathon)

Chorley v Boreham Wood | Saturday 31st August 2019, 17:20 | BT Sport

  • Chorley have conceded more goals than any other team in the league.
  • Chorley’s last five games have seen 22 goals with 4/7 seeing Over 2.5 Goals and games averaging 3.14 goals.
  • Boreham Wood’s games are averaging 2.71 goal with 5/7 featuring Over 2.5 Goals as they’ve kept a solitary shutout.
  • Kabongo Tshimanga has scored four in seven, has very quick and is direct too – he will cause plenty of problems.

Over 2.5 Goals (27/25 Marathon) and Kabongo Tshimanga to score first (11/2 Bet365).

Best Bets

Chesterfield v Dagenham & Redbridge – Both Teams to Score 10/11 (Coral)

Yeovil v Notts County – Notts County to win (36/25 Marathon)

Chorley v Boreham Wood – Over 2.5 Goals (27/25 Marathon)

Chorley v Boreham Wood – Kabongo Tshimanga to score first (11/2 Bet365)

About Author

I first got the taste for betting when I was quite young, every year I would pick a horse for the Grand National and my Dad would go to the bookies and put my £1 each way bet on. As soon as I could get away with it I was in the bookies every Saturday afternoon searching the football coupons and putting on stupidly big accas. Now enjoy betting mainly singles or small multiples, usually sticking to the English leagues. I don't favour any particular market, but rarely watch a game without having small first scorer bet for a bit of fun. I've got 3 boys which take up most of my time, but luckily they enjoy going to watch football and days at the races. I'm a life long Grimsby Town fan, one of a few that has seen some ups as well as all the downs.

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