Other Football Tips Butchers Best Bets Tuesday 10th March – No Kidding With Eastleigh Tonight

Butchers Best Bets Tuesday 10th March – No Kidding With Eastleigh Tonight

Kidderminster v Eastleigh

5/10 Eastleigh +0.25ah 1.96
1/10 Eastleigh to win 3.45
0.5/10 Eastleigh to win to nil 6.00

Really am feeling the value in this one. Eastleigh are one of the in form sides in the league and are playing a very average Kidderminster. Kidderminster have not scored in four games now and just once in six games.

Goals are a real struggle and Eastleigh have the confidence and ability to punish them. Eastleigh have won three games in a row and the last two victories were against sides in the top three. At the weekend they inflicted Bristol Rovers first defeat in 20 games and this was in Bristol Rovers back yard with a massive attendance all vying for a Rovers win.

The 2-1 win was not a smash and grab and Eastleigh were the better side from start to finish and by all accounts it was a well-deserved victory.

Richard Hill, Eastleigh’s manager described the win as the biggest days in the Hampshire clubs history. As you can imagine- confidence is high.

Macclesfield v Telford

4/10 Macclesfield -0.75ah 1.91

With Barnet and Bristol Rovers both getting nil points over the weekend, Macclesfield failed massively by getting only a point at home to Aldershot on Saturday. Surely with results going their way, the Silkmen will have to confidence to keep getting the wins necessary to keep them in the pack for the automatic promotion spot in the division.

In three weeks’ time it will be Macclesfield v Bristol Rovers, which could be the most important fixture in the Conference season if Macclesfield can keep pace, but victory at home to bottom of the league Telford is imperative.

Aldershot v Halifax

1/10 Aldershot 0AH 2.00

An important game for both sides, the way Halifax going they will not gain a Play Off place come end of the season, while Aldershot will feel they still require home wins to ensure they finish above the bottom four.

Halifax have been poor recently. No more so than at the weekend, when at home they faced relegation doomed Dartford and only managed to get a point in a 0-0 draw, but importantly Dartford have just ten men from the 19th minute onwards.

Aldershot on the other hand grabbed an excellent point away at high flying Macclesfield and have shown fantastic form in the past month which has almost guaranteed their safety in the Conference after they spiralled into the relegation mix. Momentum appears with the Shots and that is why I am taking a shot at the 0AH.