Eastleigh vs Wrexham Predictions & Betting Odds – 3rd December 2019

Wrexham's away troubles to continue

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Eastleigh vs Wrexham Betting Tips – National League, 3rd December 19.45pm

In the National League on Tuesday night, Eastleigh and Wrexham square off at Ten Acres. The Welsh side are rock bottom of the table having won just four of 23 league fixtures thus far. As for Eastleigh, they are in 13th spot at the minute, but victory on Tuesday will put them just two points behind the play-off places. Which way will this intriguing National League matchup go in Hampshire?

Eastleigh vs Wrexham Betting Odds*

Eastleigh Evens
Draw 5/2
Wrexham 13/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on December 2nd, 2019 at 17:00 p.m.)
National League Betting at Bet365

Eastleigh vs Wrexham Live Stats & Betting Odds

Eastleigh News and Form – In-form Spitfires to take maximum points on home soil?

Ben Strevens’ men have been in very good form of late, winning three and drawing three of their past six in all competitions. Since losing to Dover Athletic at the end of October, the Spitfires have taken seven points from a possible nine. Eastleigh have won five, drawn four and lost only one of their previous ten National League fixtures.

In their last league outing, Strevens’ side won a five-goal thriller against Torquay. Eastleigh raced into a 3-0 lead at half-time, with strikes from Scott Rendell and Danny Hollands and an own goal doing the business. Torquay came out firing in the second half, but the Spitfires held on for the win.


Over/under 2.5 goals

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Eastleigh reached the play-offs by finishing in seventh place last season. However, despite seeing off Wrexham in the quarters, they were beaten by Salford City at the semi-final stage. The play-offs will be the main aim for the Hampshire club this term, too.

Eastleigh vs Wrexham Head to Head

Eastleigh beat Wrexham 1-0 at the Racecourse Ground in the play-offs in the last game between the pair back in May

Wrexham won both National League meetings last term

Goals from Emanuel Smith and Mike Fondop-Talom helped the Red Dragons to a 3-1 win at Ten Acres back in August 2018

The Spitfires have not beaten Wrexham in a regular league meeting since September 2015


Key-Facts – Eastleigh vs Wrexham

  • Eastleigh have lost just one home league match this term
  • Wrexham have yet to win away from home in this season’s National League
  • The Spitfires are unbeaten in their last six (three wins, three draws) in all competitions


Wrexham News and Form – Can the Red Dragons pick up first away win?

Wrexham finished in fourth place in the National League last season, claiming an impressive 84 points from 46 games. However, they were beaten in the quarter-finals of the play-offs by Tuesday’s opponents.

For one reason or another, Wrexham have made an abysmal start to this season, winning just four games. The Welsh outfit have already been beaten 11 times, drawing the other eight. Dean Keates’ boys have lost five of their past seven in the National League, winning just once during that period.

Wrexham are the only side in the National League yet to win away from home. The Red Dragons have the worst away record, drawing three and losing eight of 11. Can Wrexham cause a huge upset by winning at Ten Acres in midweek?

Eastleigh vs Wrexham Tips & Odds

Eastleigh to win at Evens
Danny Hollands to score anytime at 11/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on December 2nd, 2019 at 17:05 p.m.)

Eastleigh vs Wrexham Predictions

Eastleigh win: Things have gone downhill for Wrexham ever since the Spitfires beat them in the play-offs back in May. The team from North Wales have not won away from home in any competition since beating Barnet in the National League back in April of last season. In fact, they have won just three away games in 2019.

Eastleigh have eyes on promotion to the English Football League, and they will be targeting all three points from Tuesday’s home game against the league’s bottom team. The hosts should have enough in the locker to see of Wrexham, so put some money on the home victory at evens.

Danny Hollands, who netted in Eastleigh’s last league win, has helped himself to eight National League goals from midfield this season. The 34-year-old scored the goal that knocked Wrexham out of the play-offs last season. Hollands is priced at 11/1 to score anytime on Tuesday.