FC Halifax Town will be looking to strengthen their position in the play-offs when they travel to a hapless Dover this weekend as the hosts are becoming more doomed as the weeks pass by, with little hope of saving their season. The Whites have failed to win a single game so far in the National League, clinching just three draws in the 14 fixtures so far.
Paired with their points deduction at the start of the campaign, it leaves Dover rock-bottom on -9 points with little sign of improvement. As for FC Halifax, the Yorkshire outfit are sat in sixth position, with one point separating them from seventh-placed Dagenham and Redbridge and eighth-placed Solihull Moors.
The Shaymen have won three of their last five in the league and will be in high spirits after the incredible 7-4 win over Maidenhead in the FA Cup last time out. FC Halifax have the best defence in the National League so far this season, conceding the fewest goals with just 11. On the contrary, Dover have the worst attack in the division, scoring just 10.