Barrow should show their class on return to Cumbria
Barrow have had an inconsistent start to their National League campaign but they are a different proposition at their Cumbria base and should see off struggling Guiseley.
The Bluebirds have won just two of their nine matches this term but both victories came at Holker Street and a visit from Guiseley, who have lost all four of their away trips, should please gaffer Micky Moore.
Barrow have suffered home defeat just three times from their last 35 league matches and should prove a cut above the visitors, who have already shipped six at Aldershot and four at Leyton Orient.
The National League is beginning to take shape with every side having played nine games and rock-bottom Torquay look set for a tough campaign, particularly on their travels.
The Gulls have picked up only three points this term and four straight road defeats have left confidence severely dented.
Torquay have shipped 13 times in away defeats at Aldershot (3-2), Gateshead (3-1), Guiseley (3-2) and Woking (4-1) and their defensive frailties could once again be exposed by a free-scoring Bromley.
Only top-eight sides Aldershot, Boreham Wood, Dagenham and Leyton Orient have scored more than Bromley on their own patch and Neil Smith’s men have lost just two of their last nine home league games.
The hosts are winless in four matches but a visit from Torquay is the perfect chance to get back on track and a 2-2 draw at promoted Fylde on Saturday hinted that a return to the winner's enclosure is getting closer.
1pt 4-6 Hills
2pts 11-10 Sky Bet, Hills
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