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Saturday's National League predictions including Aldershot vs. Solihull Moors

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's National League fixtures, including Aldershot vs. Solihull Moors.


Fylde vs. Oxford City (Saturday, 3.00pm)

A general shot of a football from May 2022© Reuters

Looking to move themselves clear of trouble at the foot of the fifth-tier standings, Fylde will pit their wits against bottom side Oxford City at Mill Farm Stadium on Saturday afternoon in the National League.

The Coasters suffered a narrow defeat at home to Wealdstone during their most-recent fixture, whilst the Hoops' winless run continued with a loss against Halifax Town.

We say: Fylde 2-0 Oxford City


Following a run of seven away matches in 10 recently, Fylde are enjoying back-to-back fixtures at Mill Farm Stadium and should be very confident of earning a win on Saturday.

Oxford City's fate is becoming clearer and clearer as the days go by, and we feel that the Hoops will extend their winless run to 11 games on the weekend.

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Aldershot vs. Solihull (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Aldershot manager Tommy Widdrington and players applaud fans after the match on January 7, 2024© Reuters

It is a crucial match at the top end of the National League this Saturday as Aldershot Town hosts Solihull Moors in a match that could have major implications for both of their promotion campaigns.

They each currently sit inside the playoff positions, but will be attempting to kick on and earn a place in the top three to avoid the eliminator matches.

We say: Aldershot Town 0-2 Solihull Moors


This promises to be a close game between two of the National League's strongest outfits, but it is the visitors who will be the slight favourites heading into the weekend.

Solihull has been impressive away from home this season, and the confidence that should come from those performances could be the difference maker.

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Altrincham vs. Gateshead (Saturday, 3.00pm)

A general shot of a football from May 2022© Reuters

Two of the National League's promotion hopefuls will meet this Saturday in a true 'six-pointer' as Altrincham hosts Gateshead.

With just a point separating the two teams at the moment, there is a lot on the line in their bids to progress to League Two.

We say: Altrincham 2-1 Gateshead


There is very little between the two teams in the league table, and that should lead to a close and competitive fixture this weekend.

Playing at home will provide Altrincham with a slight advantage, and that could be the difference maker in this important match in the fight for promotion.

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Barnet vs. Dorking (Saturday, 3.00pm)

A general shot of a football from May 2022© Reuters

A hugely important game between promotion hopefuls Barnet and relegation-battling Dorking Wanderers takes place at the Hive Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The hosts are currently second in the table but 21 points behind league leaders Chesterfield, leaving their promotion hopes dependent on the playoffs, while the visitors are 23rd but are just two points from safety with a game in hand over some of those around them.

We say: Barnet 2-0 Dorking Wanderers


Barnet have been extremely strong at the Hive Stadium throughout this campaign, picking up the second most points of any club when playing in front of their home crowd so far.

While Dorking's away form has been their strength, we believe that Barnet will prove too strong for them and end up victorious in this one.

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Bromley vs. York City (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Bromley manager Andy Woodman celebrates winning the FA Trophy after the match on May 22, 2022© Reuters

Two teams fighting at opposite ends of the National League table will meet in an important contest on Saturday, as Bromley welcome York City to Hayes Lane.

Both coming in on the back of victories, the hosts occupy third spot while their visitors sit 21st and a single point adrift of safety.

We say: Bromley 3-1 York City


York City are bound to take some renewed confidence from a return to winning ways against high-flying opposition last time out, but they face one of the trickiest tests that the National League has to offer with a trip to an in-form Bromley side.

With home advantage and their sights set on securing a top-three place, we anticipate the Ravens coming out on top at Hayes Lane.

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Chesterfield vs. Boreham Wood (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Chesterfield's Joe Quigley celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on January 6, 2024© Reuters

Chesterfield set out to clinch the National League title when they go head to head with Boreham Wood at the SMH Group Stadium on Saturday.

Having lost each of their last three outings, the Wood will head into the weekend looking to finally stop the rot and pick up a huge result in the battle at the bottom end of the table.

We say: Chesterfield 2-0 Boreham Wood


Needing just a draw to secure the title, we expect run-away league leaders Chesterfield to come out guns blazing this weekend. Cook's men take on an out-of-sorts Boreham Wood side and we are backing them to claim a comfortable victory in front of their home supporters.

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Dag & Red vs. Oldham (Saturday, 3.00pm)

A general shot of a football from May 2022© Reuters

Dagenham & Redbridge are not out of relegation danger when they welcome Oldham Athletic to the Chigwell Construction Stadium in National League action on Saturday.

The home side seek a third win on the trot at their London home, while Oldham are out to end a four-match winless run in the gameweek 41 encounter.

We say: Dagenham & Redbridge 1-2 Oldham Athletic


On the one hand, you are inclined to back Dag & Red for a third straight home victory, but Oldham showing consistency away from home for so long means backing the Greater Manchester club to return to winning ways on their travels is a better bet.

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Eastleigh vs. Hartlepool (Saturday, 3.00pm)

A general shot of a football from May 2022© Reuters

Eastleigh are looking down and not up heading into gameweek 41's National League clash with Hartlepool United at the Silverlake Stadium on Saturday.

The Spitfires are only three points clear of slipping into the relegation zone, but their opponents are not safe either, as only five points separate Hartlepool from 21st place in the division.

We say: Eastleigh 1-2 Hartlepool United


Eastleigh's one win in eight home games does not bode well against a team that has netted in every away match in 2024. While Phillips's away run remains a small sample size, backing them to nick a win is logical, having claimed seven points from a possible 12 under the former top-flight striker.

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Halifax vs. Ebbsfleet (Saturday, 3.00pm)

A general shot of a football from May 2022© Reuters

Halifax Town will look to continue their solid run of form in the National League when they take on Ebbsfleet United at the Shay Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The hosts will enter this match on 62 points and in sixth place in the league standings, while the visitors are 15th and on 47 points with seven games left to play this season.

We say: Halifax Town 2-1 Ebbsfleet


Both these sides are arguably playing their best football this season and will feel they are in good enough form to take all three points here. However, Halifax are at home, are riding a four-match winning streak at the Shay Stadium and will be desperate to keep ahold of their playoff spot. We feel the hosts will edge the result in this one.

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Rochdale vs. Maidenhead (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Rochdale's Aaron Wilbraham celebrates scoring their first goal on January 4, 2020© Reuters

Gamweek 41 in the National League will see Rochdale taking on Maidenhead United at the Crown Oil Arena on Saturday afternoon.

The hosts have 52 points after 39 games this season, currently three places below the playoff qualification cutoff, while the visitors have 45 points and are still firmly in the relegation scrap.

We say: Rochdale 2-1 Maidenhead United


Rochdale are carrying good momentum into this match and seem to have found some form in front of goal lately, scoring two or more goals in each of their last three games. Maidenhead's away record has been very poor over the last couple of months, and we feel that they will suffer a third consecutive defeat on the road in this one.

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Southend vs. Woking (Saturday, 3.00pm)

General view of Southend United's Roots Hall from July 2015© Reuters

Southend United will be bidding to stretch their unbeaten run in the National League to 10 matches when they welcome Woking to Roots Hall on Saturday afternoon.

The home side are currently 11th in the table, 10 points off the playoff positions, while Woking occupy 14th, four points behind their opponents in this weekend's contest.

We say: Southend United 2-1 Woking


This is a tough match to predict, as Woking will enter the contest in strong form, but Southend are unbeaten in their last nine matches and will have home advantage. It would not be a surprise to see another draw for the Blues this weekend, but we are predicting a narrow success for Maher's team.

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Wealdstone vs. Kidderminster (Saturday, 3.00pm)

A general shot of a football from May 2022© Reuters

Wealdstone and Kidderminster Harriers will face off in a crucial bottom-half battle in the National League at Grosvenor Vale on Saturday afternoon.

The hosts are currently just three points above the drop zone in the league standings, while the visitors are third bottom and two points from safety.

We say: Wealdstone 1-0 Kidderminster Harriers


Despite their recent dip in home form, Wealdstone have been fairly solid in defence and are likely to prioritize the clean sheet here against the league's worst attack. This could be a bit of a slow-burner, and we feel that the first goal could easily end up being the winner.

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