Preview of Matchday 40 of the Unibet Vanarama National League

The annual event encourages as many people as possible to get along with their local club and there is bound to be more brilliant attendance this weekend.

As always, Unibet is on the other side of things and has the pick of the weekend’s action here.

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Wealdstone vs. Barnet

There’s nothing better than a grudge match, but when both teams are doing well and the game is live on TV, it’s a welcome bit of extra spice!

BT Sport will see two of the perhaps unlikely promotion contenders come together, with kick-off at 3pm

The Stones know that finishing in the top seven will be a difficult task, they are one place out but six points behind; however, they have a spirit that keeps driving them forward.

Barnet fans are aware that it takes a huge collapse for their old foes to sidetrack them, but with crucial end positions, Dean Brennan wants to keep scoring points.

One to watch: Ryan DeHaviland (Barnett)
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Oldham Athletic v Solihull Moors

When Solihull Moors allowed Andrew Dallas to leave for Chesterfield, the club’s owner accepted that he was changing from a club that was not up for an EFL challenge to one that was.

Three weeks later, the Moors have won their last four and slipped quietly to ninth place.

If you keep this up, they might be late to the play-off party, and they know from experience what happened to the last club that made a breakthrough in recent weeks!

But Oldham Athletic, buoyed by excellent news on the ground this week, are a different animal too. They are almost trouble free and have beaten promotion challengers Woking and Barnet in recent weeks.

Whatever happens between now and the end of the season, at least these two know that the last few weeks will inspire confidence for the summer.

One to watch: Joe Sbarra (Solihull Moors)
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Notts County vs. Scunthorpe United

According to Luke Williams, this incredible title run that we’ve all talked about is now over.

The county head coach almost admitted defeat after dropping points at Barnet last weekend.

The truth, mind games, or a wise move to ease the pressure on your players?

Everyone involved in the first two will have their say in his comments, but whatever you think, there are surely still legs to this big chase.

Especially if the county takes care of Scunthorpe and rears its tail once more as it has done so often this season.

But they’re up against a team that’s fighting to survive, and one that’s not ready to give up just yet.

Two wins from their last three matches have seen the Iron throw themselves a lifeline. Rarely out of the bottom four all year, they can finally have the confidence to do it.

But they are terrible away from home with just one win, while Notts have won 14 of 19 in front of their fans.

It’s going to be another great National League weekend!

One to watch: Macaulay Langstaff (Notts County)
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