Solihull Moors begin their Easter weekend with a trip to face Barnet at the Hive on Good Friday.
Kick Off: 3pm
Here’s your full match preview...
The Bees have endured a difficult season and their run of nine winless games reflects their position of second bottom in the league table. In fact, Barnet have only won once in 25 matches in all competitions.
Meanwhile, the Moors put an end to a nine-game winless run of their own with back-to-back victories in the last two outings. Home wins against Aldershot Town and Wealdstone gave Mark Yates his first points since returning to the club as manager.
In the Opposite Dugout – Gary Anderson
Barnet are currently without a permanent man in charge, with Head of Performance Gary Anderson currently leading first-team affairs.
One To Watch – Michael Petrasso
Canadian international winger Michael Petrasso joined the Bees on a season-long loan deal from Canadian Premier League side York9 FC.
Petrasso made the move to The Hive London, having already had the experience of playing in the Football League for the likes of QPR, Oldham Athletic and Leyton Orient.
The 25-year-old has enjoyed an exciting playing career to date, having represented his country at senior level on nine occasions. He made his international debut back in 2016 in a friendly against Azerbaijan and has represented Canada at various youth levels.
Petrasso began his career as an academy player in Toronto before making the move to London to continue his development at QPR, where he went on to make 13 senior appearances. Loan moves to Oldham Athletic, Leyton Orient, Coventry City and Notts County followed, allowing the winger to gain invaluable experience of English Football.
A return to his home country followed, where he made the move to MLS to play for Montreal Impact, making 16 appearances during his time with the club.
After settling down in the Canadian Premier League, Petrasso joined his parent club York9 FC back in January 2020, where he recently signed a two-year contract extension.
Petrasso has six league goals to his name this season, making him Barnet’s joint top scorer alongside JJ Hooper.
Other players to keep an eye on are well-known faces to Moors supporters – former defenders Liam Daly and Lee Vaughan both ply their trade at the Hive and are likely to be involved on Good Friday.
Last Time Out
Moors and Barnet last met at the SportNation.bet Stadium in February last year where a first-half Terry Hawkridge penalty was enough to give Solihull all three points.
The Moors will again be without the suspended James Ball and Mitch Hancox against the Bees.
Ball serves the second game of his three-match suspension, while Hancox sits out the final game of his two-match ban.
Long-term absentees Jamey Osborne, Callum Howe, Alex Gudger, Kyle Howkins, Stephen Gleeson and Nathan Cameron remain unavailable.
Step-by-step guide from Barnet on how to purchase their stream, priced at £12.50.
The stream consists of four camera angles, instant replays, half time and full time highlights and live match commentary.
Fans can purchase their stream via this link: https://www.venuetoolbox.com/barnetfc/asp/selectArea.asp?bookEvent=true&eventID=%7B559FD4C5-CD50-464E-979F-7F4FDFDD2924%7D
1. Select the amount of stream passes you'd like to purchase on the drop-down menu.
2. You will then be taken through to your basket where you can then select 'continue' at the bottom of the page to begin the transaction process
3. If you haven't used Barnet’s ticketing service this season then create an account by filling out the form, alternatively if you are a returning supporter login with your current details.
4. Once you have logged in, select the 'pay now' button on the bottom page, from here you'll be redirected to input you bank details to complete your transaction.
5. After completing your purchase, a unique streaming code will be on your receipt for the transaction, as well as being available in my account section of your online ticketing account.
6. Input your code in the box at the top of this page and enjoy the game!