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24th September: Tuesday’s National League Accumulator – 12/1

With another hectic Tuesday night in the National League, we here at Soccer News have found a handful of helpful tips that can boost your midweek acca:

Tuesday 24th September

BST 19:45 Halifax vs Harrogate Town

Starting with Tuesday’s hosts, although back-to-back defeats against Notts County and Yeovil may have worried some around West Yorkshire, Halifax bounced back in some style over the weekend. Putting in arguably a season-best display and putting four past Barnet at the Shay Stadium, Pete Wild’s side still have a shock promotion charge firmly in their sights. Now sat second in the standings and just a single point adrift of leaders Bromley, a huge part of Halifax’s stellar start has been thanks to their form on home soil. Including their empathic victory over Barnet on Saturday, they have now won five of their opening six National League matches in front of their own supporters and have tasted defeat at the Shay Stadium just once since the end of March. Given Harrogate’s lackluster start, Halifax should be confident of making it two in two on Tuesday night. Despite landing a play-off finish last season, the guests could only scrape a point off Maidenhead over the weekend and Simon Weaver’s men have now failed to win any of their last three appearances. 

Tip: Halifax win @ 13/10

19:45 Chorley vs Barrow

Much like Halifax, Barrow are another side who have really laid down an early marker since opening the new National League campaign. Putting in yet another dominant display in their 3-0 romp over Ebbsfleet on Saturday, Tuesday’s guests have also reclaimed their spot at the top of the table. Now enjoying a three-match winning run and with the mood around Cumbria continuing to soar, one man to watch in midweek will be the red-hot Scott Quigley. Already bagging seven league goals and leading the race to clinch the Golden Boot, the 27-year-old recorded a brace against Ebbsfleet over the weekend and also now has three goals in just his last two appearances. While Bromley might be enjoying a battle at the top end of the table, National League debutants Chorley find themselves in a very different position. Already sat four points adrift of safety after making their fifth-tier debut over the summer, Jamie Vermiglio’s men have won just one of their opening 12 appearances and have just a single victory across any competition since the 9th of July.

Tip: Scott Quigley to score anytime @ 7/4

19:45 Ebbsfleet vs Barnet

Starting with Tuesday’s guests, while Barnet might be coming off the back of a defeat away at title contenders Halifax over the weekend, the Oranges have made a string of improvements after a lackluster campaign last time out. With their sights firmly set on securing a play-off spot and handed the chance to potentially climb as high as fifth, Head Coach Darren Currie has seen his men win three of their last four appearances. Also now bagging two or more goals in four of their last five outings and suffering just a pair of defeats in their opening 12 contests, Barnet should be looking to keep the morale in their camp at a high on Tuesday night. With Ebbsfleet handed a 3-0 hammering against Barrow over the weekend and now without a win in any of their last five outings, the hosts have won just one of their opening 12 matchups and are already sat at the foot of the table. Also shipping 25 goals already this season, the worst tally of any side in the fifth-tier, Tuesday could prove to be yet another long nights work.

Tip: Barnet to score over 1.5 goals @ 6/5

Our Tuesday National League Accumulator:

Halifax vs Harrogate Town – Halifax win @ 13/10

Chorley vs Barrow – Scott Quigley to score anytime @ 7/4

Ebbsfleet vs Barnet – Barnet to score over 1.5 goals @ 6/5

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tom Dunstan


Formerly of The Independent, Tom is a freelance football and boxing journalist from Essex, England. Currently working for three online publications, Tom is a graduate of the University of Falmouth and has spent the last two years writing across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He can be followed at @IamTomDunstan

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