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By Benjamin Leo
22nd January 2016 at 8:41am

It’s grey and miserable outside, so let Marathonbet brighten up your weekend with a tasty non-league treble priced at a cool 15/1.

We fancy Cheltenham, Forest Green Rovers and Eastleigh to come up trumps in their National League fixtures – and a fiver on all three to win could return you a healthy £80 before you drag yourself back to work on Monday!

Starting with league leaders Cheltenham, the question right now is: “Who can stop them steamrolling the league and winning promotion to League Two?”

The Robins have only tasted defeat twice so far this campaign and are two points clear of their nearest pursuers at the National League summit. The lads from Dover are next to try and stop the Gloustershire side in their tracks and welcome them to the south east for a live game televised on BT Sport.

Both teams will be keen to impress their loved ones watching at home on television but it’s the visitors who have the upper hand following a close 3-2 win at Whaddon Road back in September. Dover are also prone to conceding a fair few goals and have conceded the second most out of any other team in the top ten (40). Expect a close affair, but we reckon Cheltenham will nick a slender victory on the south coast.

If Cheltenham lose the clash they could be leapfrogged at the table summit by Forest Green Rovers, who entertain Braintree at The New Lawn. Rovers have won their last six home games on the bounce and look a good shout to extend their run to seven against a Braintree who just saw their five-game unbeaten run come to an end with defeat at lowly Boreham Wood.

It’s not uncommon for teams enjoying an undefeated spell to stutter over the course of two or three games after tasting defeat for the first time in a while – especially when they were halted by a relegation-threatened side – and that ethos could ring true tomorrow.

And finally it’s FA Cup nearly-men Eastleigh who complete the third leg of this weekend’s treble. Fresh off the back of a tough cup replay away at Bolton, which they nearly won, Easteligh can take confidence from a fine performance against the Championship stragglers away to the aforementioned Borehamwood tomorrow.

They’re unbeaten in five and in hot contention to make the National League playoffs this year. Anything other than a win in north London tomorrow would not be acceptable for Eastleigh’s Welsh gaffer Chris Todd and we think his team have the quality to come away with all three points.

Back all the above three selections in treble priced at more than 15/1 at Marathonbet by clicking here: https://www.marathonbet.co.uk/en/betting/Football/?menu=true

Good luck!

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