Preview of Day 43 of the Unibet Vanarama National League

We’re not just talking about the National League here. Two teams, 100 points and a rivalry that will surely go down in history for lovers of the level.

It’s more than massive, but it’s not all about Wrexham vs Notts County, as Unibet tells us in its Easter installment two preview with our preview of the big game to come.

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Woking–Southend United

Raise your hand, who ruled out Southend United last week after an agonizing seven consecutive defeats?

Back-to-back wins move them back to ninth and a win here could see them close the gap as much as two points.

That said, it’s a tall order against a club desperate to clinch third place and home play-off semi-final advantage.

Seven points out of a possible nine have Darren Sarll’s Woking in charge of their only destination and with everyone focused on the first two they are happy to go about their business undisturbed.

One to watch: Rohan Ince (Woking)
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Bromley vs. Boreham Wood

If nothing else this weekend, the play-off cat has been thrown among the pigeons and the claws are out!

The Good Friday surrender of Boreham Wood and Eastleigh has let others in, and Bromley, though unable to win at Barnet, is one to really jump.

Wood didn’t really get going in the live game against Dagenham, but he’s much better away from home, winning three of his last four.

Luke Garrard says it’s “just another game” but knows the loss will raise doubts, even though they won’t lose their top-seven spot on Monday no matter what.

Andy Woodman has a “great side” according to his counterpart, but the Ravens have just one, two of their last eight home games.

One to watch: Michael cheek (Bromley)
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Yeovil Town vs. Dorking Wanderers

If Yeovil Town really wants to stay up, we’ll know at 5:00pm on Monday.

If they fail to beat Dorking Wanderers, another team struggling to keep their heads above water, then the jaws of the National League South will begin to drop wide.

They will surely be swallowed whole if they don’t end their seven-game wait for a win.

With three of their last four games away, including a trip to Wrexham, then they’ll be left needing a miracle if not three points here.

Dorking knows that a win almost does it.

The club hasn’t had the season they might have dreamed of, but staying in the division with plenty of big, full-time teams under them would make for a solid first year.

But Marc White knows they haven’t arrived yet.

His team have a six-point cushion, but they will be wary of Torquay United’s form and the need for at least a few more points.

And the last thing they want to do is cause a Glovers recovery as well.

What a great holiday Monday awaits us!

One to watch: Jason Prior (Dorking Wanderers)
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