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The highlight of the National League schedule on Tuesday night is a battle pitching third placed Halfiax away to fourth placed Wrexham at the Racecourse Ground (7:45pm GMT).
Wrexham have become headline news for their links to Hollywood superstar Ryan Reynolds and it seems only a matter of time before they get out of the National League. It doesn't mean they will walk the league and teams will highlight their game on the schedule making them the team to beat. As our main tip suggests Halifax are one such side capable of doing this.
Wrexham vs Halifax Betting Tips
Halifax and draw double chance at 5/4
The Welsh side are flying at the moment but so are Halifax who have won five straight and bookmakers are under-estimating their chances. The hosts drew with Bromley at the weekend and can be vulnerable to upset. The bet to highlight here is the visitors and the draw in the double chance market.
Over 2.5 goals at 23/20
Six of the last eight Wrexham home matches have gone over 2.5 goals with the four last alone producing a combined 16 goals. Just one of the last three Halifax away games have gone over this mark but they came close with two goals and Town have netted at least once in seven of their last eight on the road.
Both teams to score at 21/20
Three of the last five at the Raceourse Ground have seen both teams find the back of the net while it is four of six when looking at Town away matches. Both sides know a point is not enough when chasing leaders Stockport so will be pushing on for all three.
Bookmakers have priced up a range of exciting markets for this important National league fixture be sure to check them out and highlight any that appeal to you.
Wrexham vs Halifax Form Guide
The Welsh side are flying at the moment with the goalless draw at Bromley last time out putting to an end a run of five straight victories. It also means they have lost just one of their last six and two of nine.
Paul Mullin is a player in good form with four in his last four in the National League and 15 goals in total for the campaign. He tends to do his best work at home with four goals from his last three appearances in front of his own fans.
At home, the Dragons are tough to beat with no defeat in their last six and just one this season. They do not concede many goals at their own place letting in just four from their last six.
The Yorkshire side have won five straight games, six of their last seven and are unbeaten in seven league fixtures. Something to highlight in their recent success has been their strong defence shipping just one goal in their last five.
One man they need to be in form here is Billy Waters who has 16 for the season but just two goals from his last six. You have to go back to the end of January for his last league goal on the road.
Away from home, Town are unbeaten in their last three and lost just one of their last ten. They have drawn three of their last six away league fixtures.