Askey’s men can build mo­men­tum

Macclesfield Express - - SPORT -

MAC­CLES­FIELD could yet be in­volved in a pro­mo­tion charge this sea­son, with the Silk­men hav­ing en­joyed back-to-back vic­to­ries in the Na­tional League re­cently.

A 3-0 win against Al­trin­cham was fol­lowed by a spec­tac­u­lar 5-2 suc­cess at Wok­ing, with Brom­ley the visi­tors to Moss Rose on Satur­day af­ter­noon.

De­spite the visi­tors sit­ting slightly higher in the ta­ble, it is John Askey’s team who are warm favourites to land an­other three point haul, with bet365 go­ing even money that Mac­cles­field con­tinue their im­pres­sive form. The draw is an 11/4 shot with Lad­brokes, while Brom­ley are 5/2 (Sky Bet) to claim vic­tory in Cheshire.

The visi­tors are ninth in the ta­ble and have lost their way in re­cent weeks, with just one win in their last six matches al­though they do have the di­vi­sion’s lead­ing scorer.

Moses Em­manuel is on fire this sea­son and he’s a 5/1 chance (Paddy Power) to break the dead­lock, al­though Kris­tian Den­nis is the mar­ket leader to score the first goal.

The striker helped him­self to a hat-trick against Wok­ing last week­end and he’s 9/2 (Wil­liam Hill) to score the first of this match, while an­other three­timer for the for­ward can be backed at 50/1 (Win­ner.com).

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