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Friday, 18 January, 2019

Aldershot can hit the target against ailing Sutton

Aldershot boss Gary Waddock
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Saturday 3pm

National League playoff-chasers Aldershot have become a hard team to beat on home soil and should be backed to overcome relegation-threatened Sutton at the Recreation Ground.

The Shots have collected 37 points at home, the joint-highest total in the division alongside leaders Lincoln.

They have often let themselves down on their travels, including in last Saturday's 1-0 loss at Guiseley.

But Aldershot are a different beast at their Hampshire base where they haven't tasted defeat in the league since November.

Gary Waddock's side drew 0-0 with Lincoln in their last home match but face an easier task against Sutton, who have the worst away record in the division.

Sutton have collected ten league wins on their artificial surface at Gander Green Lane but are nowhere near as effective on their travels and could be heading for a 12th away league defeat of the campaign.

Bromley are on course for a second successive respectable mid-table finish and can impact the promotion race by winning at Dover.

At the start of the season Bromley were no bigger than 5-2 for relegation but they got over a slow start and have not been in the bottom four since August.

Last Saturday's 3-0 win at home to North Ferriby lifted them to 11th and they should fancy their chances at sixth-placed Dover, who have gone three games without a win.

Dover were all over the place at the back in a 5-0 loss at Boreham Wood on Tuesday and will be understrength in attack because Ricky Miller - the division's top scorer on 30 goals - is completing a two-game ban.

Bromley will have to play well to win but look overpriced and worth chancing.

2pts 11-10 Hills
1pt 10-3 Betfred, Ladbrokes

The Shots haven't tasted defeat in the league at their Hampshire base since November
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