Silkmen out to capitalise on Cardinals’ slide
MACCLESFIELD head south on Saturday for a clash against Woking, with the Silkmen available at 7/4 (BetVictor) to claim the three points.
It has largely been a tale of woe on the road this term, although John Askey’s team have landed victory on three occasions in addition to the seven defeats.
Woking are 5/4 (Stan James), with the Cardinals having won five of their nine matches on home soil, although they have recently been sinking like a stone in the National League.
Indeed, manager Garry Hill has gone as far as to put the whole squad on the transfer list in a bid to get some better performances from the team.
The draw is a 12/5 shot (bet365), with Macclesfield likely to be content with a point after successive defeats at Dover, Braintree and Portsmouth.
A 1-1 scoreline could go very close and that’s available at odds of 6/1 (Ladbrokes), while a 2-1 win in Macc’s favour can be backed at 9/1 (William Hill).
Kristian Dennis has been scoring aplenty this term and he’s among the favourites at 11/2 (Paddy Power) to break the deadlock in this match, while Macclesfield to be drawing at half-time and winning at full-time is on offer at 5/1 (Winner.com). Paddy Power have 4/5 that both teams score in what could be a competitive and close encounter.
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