Fresh off the back of Tuesday's 2-0 victory against Stockport County at the SportNation.bet Stadium, Solihull Moors head to Barnet eyeing up back-to-back victories in the Vanarama National League.
Three points would see the Moors leapfrog their opponents who currently sit just outside the play-offs in eighth place.
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After a run of six games unbeaten and three straight victories, the Bees have been brought back down to earth following defeats at FC Halifax Town and Ebbsfeet United. They've conceded seven goals in their last two fixtures, so will be keen to keep out the Moors.
Tim Flowers' side ended an unwanted run of five defeats out of their last six league games with their win over the Hatters. Callum Howe and Jamie Reckord got the goals as Solihull picked up three points for the first time since 17th August.
In the Opposite Dugout – Darren Currie
The 44-year-old is in his first full-time managerial job at the Hive. In June 2018, Currie returned to Barnet as assistant manager, once again as assistant to John Still. Following Still's retirement on 28 December 2018, Currie took over as caretaker manager of the Bees. He was made permanent manager at Barnet on 23 January 2019.
As a player, Currie made over 100 appearances for Barnet and, in total, made over 600 career appearances.
Opposition Key Man – Wesley Fonguck
The Moors know all about the 22-year-old who scored three goals in his two appearances against them last season. Despite turning down a new deal at Barnet at the end of last season, he returned on a two-year deal at the start of the month and has already netted one goal in his first four games.
Last Time We Met - Solihull Moors 2-2 Barnet, Saturday 16th February 2019
Skipper Kyle Storer netted a 94th minute equaliser back in February to salvage a point for the Moors as they came from two goals down.
Goals from Wesley Fonguck and Shaq Coulthirst had given the struggling Bees a 2-0 lead after an hour but, following Ashley Charles' red card, Moors fought back through goals from Nathan Blissett and Storer.
Did You Know?
Barnet were featured in the BBC’s first ever ‘live’ televised game in October 1946 against Wealdstone and became the first English club to play Hong Kong opposition, beating the League winners 5-3 the following year.
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