Solihull Moors take on visiting side York City at ARMCO Arena in this National League fixture on Wednesday.
Full predictions, pre-match stats and user poll for Solihull Moors v York City are shown on this page.
Solihull Moors enter this match coming off the back of a 1-1 National League drawn game versus Southend United.
The only scorer from Solihull Moors was Andrew Dallas (12′). Chris Wreh (64′) was the scorer for Southend United.
It’s been all too rare in recent times that Solihull Moors have kept a clean sheet. In fact, Solihull Moors have seen their defence breached in 5 of their previous 6 matches, leaking 6 goals in the process.
Coming into this contest, Solihull Moors have not been beaten in their last 11 home league matches. Visiting teams have certainly not had an easy time of it here.
Since tasting defeat last time out to Maidstone United in National League action, York City and their fans will hope to get a better result this time.
The only scorer from York City was Lenell John-Lewis (10′). Sam Corne (79′, 81′) scored for Maidstone United.
The stats tell the story, and York City have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 matches, seeing their opponents hit 9 goals in total. At the back, York City have seen their frailties exposed. That kind of trend isn’t assured to follow through into this next game, however.
🤜🤛 Head to head
The last league game featuring the two was National League match day 52 on 14/04/2017 when it ended Solihull Moors 1-2 York City.
The referee was Scott Oldham.
🗞️ Team News: Solihull Moors
The Solihull Moors boss Neal Ardley will be grateful not to have any fitness worries to speak of coming into this match thanks to a completely injury-free squad to choose from.
🗞️ Team News: York City
Thanks to a completely healthy squad ready to go, the York City boss John Askey doesn’t have any fitness worries to speak of before this clash.
We’ve got the feeling that Solihull Moors will most probably be able to create a decent number of chances and shots on target.
However, York City may well find it hard getting goals although we do think it’s probable that they will be managing to get on the scoresheet, too.
Our selection here is for a fairly comfortable 3-1 winning score for Solihull Moors come full-time.