On Tuesday at the York Community Stadium, York City will host National League playoff contenders Solihull Moors.
David Webb’s newly-inherited team, who behind their opponents by five points despite having played two more games, will try to win back-to-back league games for just the second time this year. The Moors will be looking for another victory in the meantime to maintain their hopes of playing in League Two next season.
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After being promoted from the National League North last season, York City had an auspicious start to life in the fifth tier of English football, but they have since had a string of inconsistent performances.
Sam Sanders and Lenell John-Lewis’ goals helped the Minstermen defeat Woking 2-0 on the road on Saturday, despite Fraser Kerr’s early dismissal for a straight red card.
Prior to their much-needed triumph, Manny Duku’s goal in the 92nd minute earned York City a respectable point against automatic promotion candidates Wrexham last weekend.
Prior to earning a significant point against Phil Parkinson’s team, York City’s penultimate November game ended in a 1-0 loss against Dorking Wanderers.
Supporters of the Minstermen will be looking for a more positive series of performances over the holiday break after only one victory in 10 games across all competitions.
Due to a frozen surface at Damson Park, Saturday’s scheduled 3pm kickoff between Solihull Moors and Aldershot will now take place later in the shistor
Beginning in early December, Neal Ardley’s team defeated Oldham Athletic 2-1 to end a run of six league games without a loss. Goals from Joe Sbarra and Andrew Dallas secured the victory.
After reentering playoff calculations for the National League, the West Midlands squad will go into the encounter at York Community Stadium in the best possible frame of mind as they prepare for their first-ever season in the Football League in the club’s 15-year history.
Tuesday’s matchup will mark the teams’ second head-to-head meeting since York City defeated them in April 2017; the two teams’ most recent meeting, in August, ended in a tie.
Neil Ardley’s team should have enough to defeat York City in a closely contested match at the York Community Stadium because Solihull Moors appears likely to be a legitimate playoff candidate by the end of the regular National League season.