Bromley v Wrexham Betting Tips: 1 AH+0.25, 2019-01-08

National League Tips

National League
Tuesday 8th January 2019
Kickoff: 1945hrs
Pick: Bromley AH+0.25
Bookmaker: Bet Victor
Odds: 1.85 (odds taken at 23:23 GMT, 07 Jan 2019

The National League provides us with a couple of fixtures on Tuesday night starting with Bromley taking on Wrexham as the betting tips continue at the The H2T Group Stadium.

National League Betting at Bet Victor

Bromley Prediction

Bromley sit in mid-table of the National League thanks to a recent resurgence in form which has seen Bromley register four wins from their last five matches overall which includes wins against Maidenhead United, Havant & Waterlooville, Sutton United and AFC Fyle – the latter two being both at home.

The hosts will therefore go in search of a third league win on the trot at their H2T Group Stadium when they play host to Wrexham, and with confidence rising, they’ll fancy their chances of getting something from this clash. Bromley possess a home record of 7-3-4 24/18 which includes winning their last three at home on the trot.

The goals have also been flowing for the Kent side at home this season too, and with the likes of midfielders Sutherland (8 goals) and Porter (5 goals) along with forwards Bugiel and Ogedi-Uzokwe (6 goals apiece), Bromley stand a great chance to add to their points tally here.

Wrexham Prediction

Wrexham dropped down to 3rd place in the National League after their surprise 1-0 defeat at home to Dover Athletic on the weekend which became the Welsh club’s second defeat on the trot after their 2-0 loss away at high-flying Salford City in the previous match.

Back-to-back defeats have now left Wrexham four points adrift of National League leaders Leyton Orient, but The Dragons know that all three points at Bromley on Tuesday night would lift them back into contention for the automatic promotion spot.

Prior to those two recent defeats, Wrexham had put together a five match unbeaten run which included wins against Eastleigh, a 5-1 thrashing of Salford City and Solihull Moors, but all three of these victories were recorded at their Racecourse Ground where they’re particularly hard to beat.

However, away from home, Wrexham are without an away win from their last five matches (four of which were draws), along with a 2-0 loss at Salford City amidst an overall record of 5-5-3 11/10. It should be noted though that most of Wrexham’s success on the road came in the first half of this season, and they’re by no means guaranteed of all three points here.

Betting Tips Verdict

Bromley have produced some promising results in recent weeks, especially at home while Wrexham have stuttered on their travels.