Away Day: Solihull Moors

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The Ravens were back into training on Thursday morning as they looked to put the two previous defeats behind them.

Neil Smith has a full squad to choose from ahead of Saturday’s Live BT Sport match at Solihull Moors.

Preview: Written by John Self

This Saturday sees Bromley travel to the Midlands to play Solihull Moors in the latest Vanarama National League fixture.

The game is being shown live on BT Sports television, the programme starting at 5pm with kick-off at 5.20pm.

Bromley are unbeaten this season away from home in the League, whilst Solihull Moors boast a 100% record from their four home League fixtures so far.

The omens are not good however, as Bromley have lost all their previous four visits to the Birmingham based side, and have only found the net on one occasion – which came in last season’s 2-1 defeat.

On the home front, Bromley’s only victory came on 16 September 2017 when George Porter scored the only goal of the game; whilst last season’s 2-2 draw on 8 February, where Frankie Raymond and Cory Whiteley were on target, is the only other point we have obtained from the hosts in eight meetings.

Solihull Moors are tipped to be there, or there abouts, when the season concludes, and are currently lying in 14th position in the League table with 16 points from 9 games.

These points have come with home victories over Wrexham, Kings Lynn Town, Borehamwood and Hartlepool United; whilst on the road three points were gained at Altrincham and a draw at Stockport County.

Last Tuesday evenings fixture away to Dover Athletic was postponed due the home Club’s problems with Covid-19, and last Saturday they crashed to a 4-1 defeat at Gander Green Lane against Sutton United.

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