Stat Pack National League South Matchday 22 by Official Betting Partner LV BET

The National League’s official betting partner, LV BET take a look at the pick of the Boxing Day fixtures on Matchday 22 in the National League South.

Bath City v Chippenham

  • Bath have the second best defensive record in the National League South. They have only lost once at home – and not since August.
  • Chippenham beat Chelmsford last time out, their first victory in seven.
  • Jerry Gill’s team have been defeated just once in nine – a loss at title-chasing Havant & Waterlooville. They have let in one goal in three games.
  • Chippenham have only recorded one away win this season, scoring only eight goals on the road.

Slough Town v Wealdstone

  • The top two colloide and a win for Wealdstone could see them move ten points clear at the top.
  • Slough Town are top of the ten-game form table – both sides had their matches called off last weekend.
  • Leaders Wealdstone haven’t won in three away from home. They are the division’s joint top scorers with 41, ten more than Saturday’s opponents.
  • No side have a better record than Slough at home this season, winning seven of their 11 matches.

Havant & Waterlooville v Weymouth

  • It’s a promotion six-pointer as Havant & Waterlooville face Weymouth with just two points between the sides.
  • Havant are the National League South’s joint top scorers with 41 – Jonah Ayunga leads the Golden Boot race with 12.
  • Weymouth have drawn six of their ten games away from home this season and haven’t won on the road since mid-September.
  • Havant have lost just twice all season and last tasted defeat against Hemel Hempstead in October.

Chelmsford City v Braintree

  • Braintree Town are bottom of the form table in the National League South, taking just eight points from their last 30 available.
  • Only two teams have scored more goals than Chelmsford City this season but on the reverse side, only four sides have conceded more.
  • Nobody has conceded more goals this season than Braintree – the Iron have let in an average of more than two goals a game this season, conceding 14 times in their last four.
  • Chelmsford have two players in the Golden Boot race with Shaun Jeffers on ten and Sam Higgins on eight.

Top Picks from LV BET 

11/1             No goals between top two Slough and Wealdstone (Check LV BET sportsbook)

42/5             Bath to beat rivals Chippenham 3-0 at Twerton Park

4/1               Havant & W and Weymouth to be level at half-time – and full-time

41/10           Chelmsford to beat Braintree by a two-goal margain (Check LV BET sportsbook)

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