Macclesfield to beat Chester -

This weekend marks over 250 days since Chester last won at home in the National League, a run I think will be extended by neighbours Macclesfield in their Bank Holiday derby.

Chester performed remarkably well on Saturday to come from behind against early title pace-setters Aldershot.

But the visitors have the advantage of an extra rest day having beaten Dover at home on Friday night, and that extra fitness should tell here.

Dover to beat Ebbsfleet -

The same can be said of the aforementioned Dover, who host Ebbsfleet in a Kent derby following their trip to Macclesfield on Friday.

Dover have had mixed home form, but do create lots of chances and should have too much for Fleet here - who were toothless in their goalless draw with Gateshead on Saturday.

Sutton to win at Bromley -

Bromley will be shell-shocked from their huge 5-1 defeat at Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday.

Sutton are currently second having shown their promotion credentials during the first month of the season, and ought to take all three points from this short trip to Hayes Lane.

Woking to beat Torquay -

Torquay are in all kinds of trouble and it would be no surprise to see Woking win this one comfortably.

The home side haven’t scored in two games, but their recent home win over Eastleigh reads well in the context of this fixture.

Tranmere to win at Solihull -

Tranmere needed a last-minute penalty to salvage a point at home to Boreham Wood on Saturday.

Micky Mellon’s team are limping through August and have given plenty of scares to all the non-league experts who had the Super White Army as strong tips for the title.

But it's still early days and they can get back on track with a solid win in the Midlands.

Place this 58/1* five-fold here.