Wealdstone vs Solihull Moors preview: How to watch, team news, kick-off time, predicted line-ups and ones to watch
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Wealdstone host Solihull Moors at Grosvenor Vale. For the first time ever, the Stones will host a Vanarama National League fixture on national television.

The hosts sit in 16th place following a 5-0 defeat to Torquay United over the weekend and have won just twice in nine league matches this season while the Moors beat Southend United 2-0 to move up to eighth, one spot out of a play-off place.

Team news

Wealdstone will be boosted by the return of Alex Dyer as he has completed his three-match suspension and Danny Parrish is nearing a return from an injury picked up while on loan at Billericay Town.

Jerome Okimo was sidelined against Torquay, but could be in the side that faces Solihull Moors. Connor Stevens played 20 minutes at Plainmoor, but Ira Jackson remains suspended and Jack Cawley has left the club.

Jamey Osborne returned at the weekend after a nine-month injury layoff as a substitute appearance, playing the final few minutes. Midfielder Kyle Storer missed out on Saturday's win for unknown reasons, so it remains to be seen whether he is available to Solihull.

Predicted line-ups

Wealdstone: Wickens; Eleftheriou, Cook, Barker, Tavares; Lewis, Cooper, Charles, Elito; Umerah, Bird

Solihull Moors: Boot; Sbarra, Gudger, Howe; Maynard, Maycock, Ball, Donawa, Cranston; Newton, Dallas

Ones to watch

Joshua Umerah (Wealdstone)

Umerah was previously at National League play-off finalists Torquay United and made 32 appearances, scoring six times as the Gulls. He joined the Stones at the start of the summer and has shown his eye for goal, already notched five goals in his first nine appearances.

Andrew Dallas (Solihull Moors)

Signed over the summer from Cambridge United, the Scotsman impressed while on loan at Weymouth, scoring 12 times in 25 appearances and he's already found the back of the net three times for the Moors.

Previous meetings

Solihull Moors did the double over Wealdstone last season, outscoring the Stones 7-1 in the two meetings.

Goals from Calvin Barnett, Reiss McNally and Joe Sbarra secured a 3-0 win at home while Tyrone Williams, Alex Addai, James Ball and Justin Donawa were on target in a 4-1 victory in this fixture. 

Jacob Mendy spoiled the Solihull clean sheet with an 88th-minute penalty.

How to watch

BT Sport will have live and full television coverage of this match. Kick-off is set for 17:45.