The National League's official betting partner LV BET take a look at the pick of the New Year's Day fixtures on Matchday 29:
AFC Fylde v Barrow
Barrow hold a two-point lead at the top of the National League and are nine games without defeat.
Fylde are just one place outside the drop zone and are five without a win.
The leaders' away form is fantastic - they have one defeat in nine on the road, winning seven of those matches.
Fylde have won just one in their last seven at home and average just a goal a game at Mill Farm in that time.
Bromley v Dover
Title-chasing Bromley's win over Dagenham on Saturday was just their second victory in six.
Dover comprehensively won the fixture 3-0 at the Crabble on Boxing Day and are now aiming for three wins in a row.
No side have lost fewer games at home than Bromley this year - they have scored 31 goals at Hayes Lane, more than anyone else.
Dover are the National League's best away team, Andy Hessenthaler's Whites taking 26 from their 12 games on the road so far
FC Halifax v Stockport
Halifax's recent win over Chesterfield was their first home victory since September.
Stockport County are fifth but have let in more goals than any side in the top half of the table.
County battered Halifax 5-1 on Boxing Day - they have scored in every game since October.
Halifax have let in nine goals in their last three matches but did keep a rare clean sheet last time out.
Maidenhead v Notts County
Notts County have now won three games in a row for the first time this season. They haven't lost since November 23.
Maidenhead striker Danny Whitehall took his tally to 11 after his double downed Wrexham on Saturday.
Notts have won three of their last four away games, scoring 11 goals. Wes Thomas and Kyle Wootton have nine goals each this season.
Despite the York Road win on Saturday, Maidenhead have the third worst home record in the league - winning only three times in front of their own fans.
Chorley v Wrexham
The two struggling clubs start 2020 in the bottom four but both are in touch of survival.
Chorley haven't won since November but have taken seven points from 12 at home.
Dean Keates' Dragons won Boxing Day's fixture 3-1 with JJ Hooper, Devonte Redmond and Omari Patrick all scoring.
Travel-sick Wrexham have taken just six points from a possible 42 away from home this season.Top Picks from LV BET
3/2 Leaders Barrow to win away again by defeating Fylde
13/1 Maidenhead v Notts County to end without a goal
16/1 Dover to lead Bromley at half-time, but Bromley take the points
12/1 County's Tom Walker to open the scorings v FC Halifax
3/2 Wrexham to win away from only a second time at Chorley
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