Flying Fylde should coast past Guiseley
Kidderminster not fooling around
The Coasters have lost only two of their 12 home games this term and commanding wins over Wrexham (2-0), Torquay (2-0) and Tranmere (5-2) suggest they can make light work of the toiling visitors.
Guiseley have the worst road form in the division - they have picked up just nine points from 14 games - and they arrive with plenty to prove.
Adam Lockwood's men have shipped a lofty 35 goals on their travels and three of their last four away games have seen them lose by two goals or more.
The Harriers are unbeaten on home soil since an opening-day defeat against Chorley, a run stretching 14 matches, and they have won the last three meetings between the pair.
The teams are separated by just three points in the league but Stockport are patchy on their travels while Kidderminster have won their last six home games, conceding just once in the process.
AFC Fylde -1 on handicap
1pt 13-8 Ladbrokes
1pt Evs Hills
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