Current Holders: Macclesfield

Current table

1Wrexham19730174522107+16 41
2Leyton Orient19531175640207+25 40
3Salford19630199532188+20 39
4Harrogate T195412113531179+16 37
5Solihull M196311445041214+8 36
6AFC Fylde19712197270113+20 35
7Sutton Utd184411195221411+5 33
8Gateshead19513138514129+8 32
9Hartlepool19342119433913-2 28
10Eastleigh19334810513911-4 28
11Boreham W1953114102358120 27
12Barnet18334111541377-4 25
13Aldershot19622148117519-8 24
14Bromley1943318132251118-2 23
15Ebbsfleet192268134321310-2 23
16Halifax19432116145815-2 22
17Barrow195041310136916-4 21
18Maidstone19126613415912-10 18
19Chesterfield19234691541013-6 17
20Havant & W1933415101261225-8 17
21Maidenhead193151120217921-21 17
22Dag & Red192341013208613-10 15
23Braintree19117819235913-15 13
24Dover192171019045819-20 11

Match in Focus


Wales v Denmark

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Wales have conceded in four of their last six matches in all competitions
Expert verdict
Denmark stalled Wales’ Nations League progress in the reverse fixture and can go top of the group with victory in Cardiff. Age Hareide’s men sunk the Welsh 2-0 in September courtesy of a Christian Eriksen brace and their resolute rearguard and prolificacy in the final third can see them ease past the hosts again. Wales took maximum points from their two matches with Ireland but have crumbled when hositng Spain in a friendly.



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