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National League | Gameweek 44
May 2, 2022 at 3pm UK

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Preview: Solihull Moors vs. Bromley - prediction, team news, lineups

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Sports Mole previews Monday's National League clash between Solihull Moors and Bromley, including predictions, team news and possible lineups.
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Solihull Moors continue their push for automatic promotion out of the National League when they welcome Bromley to Damson Park on Monday afternoon.

The hosts cruised to a comfortable victory on Saturday as they kept the pressure on the top three, whilst the visitors returned to winning ways to reignite their very slim hopes of reaching the playoffs.

Match preview

Harry Boyes got the Moors off to the perfect start inside seven minutes at Weymouth on Saturday, before an own goal from their hosts shortly before half time provided them with a two-goal cushion.

James Clarke sealed the three points midway through the second half, before a late flurry of goals saw Neal Ardley's side run out 4-2 winners on their travels.

The win made it back-to-back successes against two struggling outfits over the past week, as Solihull have 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.

However, the victory at the weekend saw Monday's hosts retain the pressure on Halifax Town in third place, whilst all but confirming their spot in the National League playoffs at the very least.

Having not been beaten at Damson Park this calendar year, since a 1-0 defeat to league leaders Stockport County, Solihull will head into Monday's encounter with the view to earning another three points as they look to climb into the automatic promotion spots in the final few weeks to earn a remarkable promotion to the Football League.

Meanwhile, Bromley won for only the second time in 15 National League outings when they saw off Chesterfield by a 4-2 scoreline at the weekend.

A brace from Ali Al-Hamadi came either side of a Luke Coulson goal, which provided Andy Woodman's side with a dominant three-goal lead just 36 minutes in.

However, a collapse before half time allowed their visitors to cut the deficit to just one as they headed into the interval, but Corey Whitely struck shortly after the break to seal the three points.

As a result of their huge drop off in form from February onwards, Bromley have seen their promotion push fall apart.

A glimmer of hope still remains for the Ravens thanks to Saturday's win, but with 11 points separating them from Chesterfield in seventh, Monday's visitors must win all of their remaining games and hope that their fellow playoff hopefuls lose all of theirs.

Even the most optimistic Bromley fan would admit that they stand very little chance, but all their side can do is go out and look to win as many matches as possible between now and the end of the campaign, continuing with Monday's difficult trip to Solihull.

Solihull Moors National League form:
  • D
  • W
  • D
  • L
  • W
  • W

Bromley National League form:
  • L
  • W
  • D
  • L
  • D
  • W

Team News

With Monday's clash being the second fixture in only three days, Ardley could look to rotate his starting lineup in order to provide some fresh legs from the start.

The hosts could look to bring in Jamey Osborne and Danny Newton after the duo had to settle for places on the bench on Saturday, whilst the experienced Adam Rooney remains unable to earn a spot up front ahead of Andrew Dallas, who has netted 15 goals in 20 appearances since the turn of the year.

As for the visitors, they too could opt to provide some fresh legs after playing on Saturday too, with the likes of Jude Arthurs, Liam Trotter and James Alabi waiting in the wings.

Michael Cheek continued his goal drought at the top end of the pitch against Chesterfield, with Saturday's blank being his 12th game in a row without scoring.

The 30-year-old still possesses a healthy tally of 16 for the campaign however, meaning Woodman is likely to continue to keep the faith in his mis-firing striker.

Solihull Moors possible starting lineup:
Boot; Clarke, Ellis, Howe, Boyes; Maycock, Osborne; Sbarra, Newton, Barnett; Dallas

Bromley possible starting lineup:
Balcombe; Partington, Bush, Webster; Vennings, Bingham, Arthurs, Whitely; Trotter, Cheek, Al-Hamadi

We say: Solihull Moors 3-1 Bromley

Despite returning to winning ways on Saturday, it is difficult to see this inconsistent Bromley side picking up a positive result against a strong Solihull outfit here.

The hosts have provided the much greater quality and consistency since the turn of the year, and for this reason, we are going for a comfortable home win at Damson Park.

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