Solihull Moors remain injury and suspension free for their home match against Bromley, keen to make it three league wins on the bounce. Danny Newton could return to the starting eleven in replace of Kyle Hudlin and Lois Maynard could return ahead of Mark Ellis in the only possible changes that I see.
Predicted LineUp: Boot (GK) ; Clarke, Howe, Maynard, Boyes ; Maycock, Storer ; Barnett, Sbarra, Dallas ; Newton (4-2-3-1)
As for Bromley, they will be keen to build on Saturday’s win over Chesterfield as they look to end the season on a high. No fresh injury concerns arose from the weekend so are likely to remain unchanged.
Predicted Lineup: Balcombe (GK) ; Partington, Bush, Webster ; Coulson, Bingham, Vennings, Sablier ; Al-Hamadi, Cheek, Whitely (3-4-3)
Solihull Moors go into Monday’s game with two league wins on the bounce against Aldershot & Weymouth and will be out for revenge (more on that shortly). The Moors haven’t lose a league match at home since the end of December against Stockport and will be desperate to keep that run going.
Bromley FC on the other hand picked up their first league win in their previous four matches on Saturday against Chesterfield and will be keen to make it back to back league wins. They haven’t done that since the end of January.
Head To Head Record
These two sides have met on twelve separate occasions in all competitions. Solihull Moors have picked up six victories against Bromley but haven’t beat them since October 2019. Bromley FC on the other hand, have won five matches including four wins against the Moors on the bounce including knocking them out of the FA Trophy in March. There has also been one draw which occurred in February 2020.
Solihull took the lead after just two minutes through midfielder Callum Maycock’s close range finish. However, Bromley levelled just eleven minutes later through Michael Cheek. Cheek was involved again just after the break converting a chance to give the home side the lead. After several missed chances for Solihull, Bromley sealed the win in the eighty fifth minute through James Alabi.
Victory for Bromley saw them progress to the semi-finals whilst Solihull suffered their first defeat since the league match against Bromley in early January.
Player To Watch - Solihull Moors
My player to watch for Solihull Moors, has to be their flying Scotsman Andrew Dallas who’s on eighteen goals for the season.
Dallas will be keen to hit twenty plus goals this season, especially after adding to his total against Weymouth on Saturday afternoon. He is a quick winger/forward who likes to run at defenders but also tracks back meaning his all round play is excellent.
If Bromley want the three points, they have to contain Dallas at all costs because he’s in-form and will want to grab as many opportunities as he can.
Player To Watch - Bromley FC
My player to watch for Bromley is their winger Ali Al-Hamadi who grabbed his first goals for the club during Saturday’s win against Chesterfield.
Al-Hamadi made his debut at the weekend and quickly earned support from the fans with his two, very well taken goals. He will be full of confidence and could make for a very interesting battle between him and Harry Boyes.
Boyes will need to be on top of his game to keep Al-Hamadi quiet because he will be full of confidence and will be desperate to add to his total.
How To Watch The Game
Tomorrow (Monday 2nd May), will be a 3:00pm kick off at the ARMCO Arena. Tickets are available for both sides and pay on the gate is also possible (£2 increase). Ticket prices are as follows;
- Adults £18
- Concessions (18-24) & Seniors (65+) £14
- Under 18s £10
- Under 12s £0 WITH a Paying Adult