We are almost at the end of the Conference season but there is still plenty to play for, with a fair few sides fighting hard for the final few points while others have their feet up for their standard Semi Pro holiday to Marbella.
Macclesfield v Dartford
2/10 Macclesfield -0.75ah 1.76
Macclesfield have got to win. After an incredible season which looked likely to end in a challenge for first place, the Macc have slipped, and poor results for the last month or so has seen Macclesfield slip outside the Play offs.
Forest Green have a tough away tie at Gateshead and this could be a great opportunity to get back into contention. Dartford are relegated and with nothing to play for should be easy pickings.
Alfreton v Welling
3/10 Overs 2.5 goals 1.94
Absolutely monstrous match here between Alfreton and Welling , the loser likely to find themselves relegated. Just goal difference separates the sides at present and Alfreton are facing relegation and need the three points.
Alfreton can afford nothing less than a win and a defeat for Welling would take their survival chances out of their own hands. It has to be a game set for goals goals goals.
Lincoln v Eastleigh
2/10 Eastleigh to win 1.91
Eastleigh have had a tremendous second half of the season and look all set for a Play Off spot, but they will be under no illusions about having to win their last two games. Just two points separate the Spitfires and Macclesfield and with the Macc expected to get three points, Eastleigh will know they need to do the same.
Lincoln have been one of the underperformers of the season with many Imps fans looking forward to ending a dismal season. The players appear to feel the same and after another horrendous midweek performance for Lincoln, the away side can capitalise.
Dover v Bristol Rovers
2/10 Bristol Rovers to win 2.02
Bristol Rovers are involved in a straight shootout with Barnet with two games to go to decide who gets crowned Champions and awarded with the single automatic promotion spot in the division An incredible finish.
Rovers play away here to a Dover side with nothing to play for while Barnet face a Southport side who could still get relegated and will fight for some sort of result. Despite having little to play for, Dover have continued to play well and pick up results and are likely to play expansively which should suit Rovers, rather than shutting up shop like many of their opponents have done this season.
Dover cannot finish any higher than their present eighth. I have to back Bristol Rovers, unbeaten in 18 games on the road and just like Barnet are on red hot form and have a simple objective in hand – to win their last two games.