The theme is 'honesty' as Solihull Moors host Sutton United at the SportNation.bet Stadium this evening (7:45pm kick off).
Supporters can get a FREE ticket for the game HERE, before deciding what to pay into buckets outside the turnstiles as they enter the ground.
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The Moors were three games unbeaten before being hit with a last-minute defeat at Boreham Wood on Saturday. A return to home territory will give them comfort, having won on their last two outings at the SportNation.bet Stadium.
Sutton will be looking for an upturn in form having won just one of their last 10 games. That came four games ago as they defeated Chesterfield 4-0 at home.
In the opposite dugout
Matt Gray was appointed at the beginning of May following the resignation of Paul Doswell. He joined the coaching staff in December having previously had spells as assistant manager at Eastleigh, Aldershot and Crawley, while as a player he began his career with Tottenham and played for Cardiff, Hayes and Havant & Waterlooville before being forced to retire early through injury.
Opposition key man - Harry Beautyman
Attacking midfield player who re-joined the club in January 2018 from Stevenage and made his 150th appearance for the club last season.
He's already netted six goals this season for the U's.
The last time the two sides met - Sutton United 2-2 Solihull Moors, Saturday 8th December 2018
A superb free-kick by Kenny Davis rescued a point for Sutton in a match that came alive with two goals in three minutes just after the half-hour mark.
Jamey Osborne gave Solihull the lead when his precise shot found the bottom corner in the 33rd minute but the lead lasted just three minutes as Wayne Brown was in the right place at the right time to score after Craig Dundas' shot was initially blocked.
Four minutes into the second half, Osborne put Solihull ahead for the second time in the game. Following George Carline's long throw, Osborne scored his third goal of the season.
Osborne missed out on a hat-trick when his effort in the 53rd minute was cleared off the line and Sutton salvaged a point in the 73rd minute courtesy of Davis.
Did you know?
During the 1950's Sutton United experimented by giving bright young coaches an opportunity to coach evening sessions. Jimmy Hill, who went on to manage Coventry and present Match of the Day, and future Palace/Man City boss Malcolm Allison were among those invited, although future West Ham/England boss Ron Greenwood was rejected.
All supporters will need to get a FREE ticket online to gain entry into the stadium by clicking HERE.
The ticket box office will be open for supporters to queue up and get their ticket at the ground.
Supporters can then pay money into the 'Honesty Boxes' outside the turnstiles.
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Message to supporters
The Club urges all supporters to be responsible in their behaviour and actions. Solihull Moors knows that the overwhelming majority of our supporters do not indulge in anti-social activities and are passionate about the players and the Club. We appreciate this and never take it for granted. We adopt a zero-tolerance stance on anti-social behaviour and spectator misconduct. This includes - amongst other things - drunkenness, throwing of missiles and use and carrying of pyrotechnics (flares, smoke bombs), racist, homophobic or any other discriminatory chanting. Pitch encroachment is forbidden and against the law. Please DO NOT encroach onto the pitch, under any circumstances. Think of the damage you may be doing to your Club and also the punishment you may incur personally. It is important that bottles, coins, flares and other items not thrown at our matches. Again, we would like to thank the overwhelming majority of supporters for their backing and their understanding.
*Please note that supporters cannot re-enter the stadium.