Solihull Moors—who won promotion to National League South at the end of last season—will continue their push for an automatic return to the league when they welcome Bromley to Damson Park on Monday afternoon with kickoff at 5 pm.
Solihull Moors got off to the perfect start on Saturday at Weymouth before a defensive lapse inside the first 15 minutes handed them a two-goal cushion.
Attempts from the hosts in the second half fell short, with James Clarke sealing the three points midway through the second half before a late flurry of goals saw Solihull Moors run out 4-2 winners Dorset.
The win made back-to-back victories over two struggling outfits over the past week, as Solihull recovered from a brief dip in form that saw them pick up just five points from a possible 12 on offer in their previous four outings.
Meanwhile, Bromley FC beat Chesterfield FC 4-2 in the National League. Ali Al-Hamadi scored a brace for the hosts, and Corey Whitely secured victory for them when he struck shortly after halftime. Having lost their form back in February, Bromley cannot secure promotion due to their failings from last month.
Even with Saturday’s win, the Ravens have a lot of work to do if they hope to make the playoffs.
Solihull vs. Bromley Head to Head
Both sides have twelve games against each other, with the hosts take six wins while the visitors have five wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
- Weymouth 2-4 Solihull
- Solihull 2-1 Aldershot
- Stockport 1-0 Solihull
- Wrexham 1-1 Solihull
- Bromley 4-2 Chesterfield
- Bromley 1-1 Aldershot
- Boreham Wood 2-0 Bromley
- Bromley 0-0 Maidenhead
Solihull Team News
Ardley could look to rotate his starting lineup. Osborne and Newton could replace Cole Kpekawa and Deji Oshilaja, who both had to settle for places on the bench on Saturday on Monday. The visitors will probably start with Rooney again after Adam McDonnell scored for Stevenage at the weekend.
Bromley Team News
Some of the visitors’ players could also provide a lift, with Saturday’s starters Jude Arthurs, Liam Trotter, and James Alabi ready to go.
Prediction and Odds
Although Bromley was victorious on Saturday, their form has been inconsistent this season, and it will be difficult for them to obtain a positive result against Solihull here.
- Solihull Win
- Goals Over 2.5
- Both Teams to Score