The Moors will arguably be the more confident of the two, after reimbursing a two goal deficit at Damson Park on Saturday to earn a 2-2 draw with King's Lynn Town.
Depending on results elsewhere, a defeat for either side could see them drop out of the play-off positions, and be replaced by Bromley or Grimsby Town.
Defender Mark Ellis will be back available from his suspension after serving a two-game dismissal, whilst Lois Maynard remains absent due to a knee injury.
Callum Howe recently returned from a hip surgical operation on Saturday, meaning the Moors may return Reiss McNally to the starting lineup to not risk too much action in short time for Howe.
Notts County will be without Tiernan Brooks, who left the club last week to join Coalville Town on loan for the rest of the season, although his involvement in tomorrow's game was unlikely anyways.
Manager Ian Burchnall recently confirmed that the squad has no new injury problems, meaning only Jim O'Brien remains an absentee.
Notts County: Jaros; Richardson, Brindley, Lacey, Chicksen, Palmer, Francis, Roberts, Sam, Rodrigues, Wootton
Solihull Moors: Boot; Clarke, Storer, Howe, Gudger, Boyes, Maycock, Sbarra, Barnett, Dallas, Newton
Ones to watch
A man receiving plenty of plaudits right now, Elisha Sam is hitting form at the perfect time of the season for Notts County.
The Belgian forward had his critics despite being mentioned in the PUSKAS goal conversation, but he struggled in the first half of the season with adapting in a 4-2-3-1 formation.
However, the towering forward has found his stride in recent weeks, scoring brilliant goals against FC Halifax Town and Chesterfield, whilst also establishing himself as a feared winger down the left hand side, easily changing with the trio of Ruben Rodrigues and Cal Roberts to create that attacking threat.
Former Burton Albion academy graduate Joe Sbarra has been gaining plenty of attention from higher division sides in recent weeks, with the 23-year-old proving himself at National League level.
Playing in an attacking midfield role in a 5-3-2 formation, Sbarra has been linking up cleverly with the likes of Andrew Dallas and Danny Newton, but his eye for goal is his most impressive trait.
With 11 goals throughout the season from midfield, Sbarra has shown he has the capabilities of finishing an opportunity and setting one up, acting as the perfect attacking midfielder in a promotion-chasing side.
If previous meetings are anything to go off of, Notts County will be feeling the more confident heading into Tuesday, with Solihull Moors defeating the Pies just once in their previous five clashes.
Last time out was an enjoyable fixture at Meadow Lane, as goals from Wootton and Kairo Mitchell saw Burchnall's outfit defeat Solihull Moors comfortably on home soil.
No livestream will be available of tonight’s match, but ticketing and admission are still available via the Solihull Moors website and on the day.
Live coverage will also be provided by the relevant club social media channels, as well as a match report and reaction post for VAVEL.com. A live runner will also be provided via the Twitter of @GabRamseyJourno.