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Match Preview: Solihull Moors (A)

11 February 2020

The Bees return to Vanarama National League action as we head to the Midlands to take on Solihull Moors at the SportNation.Bet Stadium (19:45 KO). Preview in association with LV Bet.

Fixture details:

Solihull Moors vs Barnet 

Date and time: Tuesday, 11th February 2020 (19:45 KO)

Stadium: SportNation.Bet Stadium

Competition: Vanarama National League

The Bees

Manager: Darren Currie


Top scorer: Simeon Akinola (16 goals)

The Bees made it 12 games unbeaten on Saturday afternoon when they beat Barrow AFC 3-0 at The Hive London in the last 16 of the Buildbase FA Trophy. That has now set up a tie at home to Halesowen in last eight of the competition, but all eyes are firmly back on pushing towards the National League play-off places. Currie will know that a win against the Moors will take them above tomorrow's hosts. 

The Moors

Interim Managers: Gary Whild and James Quinn


Top scorer: Jimmy Ball (8 goals)

The Moors have struggled for form in recent weeks following the departure of manager Tim Flowers. They are without a win in their previous seven matches, their last victory coming at home to Chesterfield on New Years Day. Despite the downturn in form, the hosts sit just two points off the playoff places, knowing a win could see them get back into the top 7. In the Moors last match, they secured a point on the road, as they drew 2-2 with Bromley at Hayes Lane. 

Last time we visited the Moors:

It finished two apiece the last time we visited tonight's hosts, as Wes Fonguck and Shaquile Coulthirst netted the goals back in February 2019. 

The Bees will be hoping to take all three points back down the M1 this evening and strengthen their grasp on reaching the play-off places.

Stat Attack:

 The Bees are unbeaten in all three previous meetings with Solihull Moors. Drawing two and winning one. 

Team News

Darren Currie has provided the following update ahead of tomorrow's game with the Moors.

Ephron Mason Clark:

"Ephron has had a successful operation on a minor injury, we are pleased it has been a success. With a couple of weeks rehab to come, we are really looking forward to getting him back amongst the team" 

Alfie Pavey: 

"Alfie is out on the grass and is training with the team. We are really pleased with his progress and his attitude has been top class. We look forward to having him in and around the squad again soon."

Paul McCallum

"Paul will obviously be ineligible for tonight but he has been absolutely superb in training. He is getting on really well with the rest of the team and his quality and work rate has been tremendous. We really look forward to having him back available for the game Saturday, he will be a big boost for us."

Where to follow the action:

If you are not making the trip to the Midlands tomorrow night, there will be full match commentary on iBarnet with Adam Rowe and Adam Fowler from approximately 19:40. 

Alternatively, there will be full-text updates over on our Twitter account, where you will also find the post-match reaction. 

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Match Reports

Match Pack: Solihull Moors 1-0 Barnet

11 February 2020

Terry Hawkridge's first half penalty was the difference as the Bees suffered their first defeat since November of last year. The Bees dominated large spells of the second half but found Moors 'keeper Ryan Boot in inspired form.


On a chilly and windy evening, both sides started the game looking to get on the front foot from the off the Bees looked to move the ball quickly and continue in the same vain that they finished against Barrow on Saturday. 

Josh Walker had the first chance of the evening as he headed straight at Ryan Boot from David Tutonda's delightful cross. 

Up the other end, Jake Beesley fired over the bar as he picked up a loose ball forward. The Moors direct style certainly caused early problems for the Bees in an open affair in the chilly midlands

With 18 minutes on the clock, the hosts took the lead from the spot as Terry Hawkridge sent Loach the wrong way after Adams brought down Beesley. 

Midway through the half, the Moors threatened again as Callum Howe headed against the crossbar before the Bees had to clear from the line as Danny Wright looked to bundle it into the back of the net. 

The Bees almost levelled five minutes before the break, as Dunnev turned in the box and his looping effort dropped just wide of the far post.

It was a frustrating half for Currie's side, however, they grew into the match as it went on but couldn't force an equaliser before the break. 

The Bees started the second half the better and were almost on level terms as Vilhete found Akinola, who's effort destined for the corner was saved by Boot. 

Moments later Vilhete broke clear but our creative midfielder's strike was straight at Boot, as we continued to pile on the pressure.

The boss introduced Ricardo Santos and Medy Elito as he looked to force the issue. With 20 minutes left on the clock, Walker was next to be denied by Boot. 

Walker went close again as he rose highest from Tutonda's delicious cross, but his header went over the crossbar. 

Boot was then forced into his best stop of the lot, as Reynolds flicked a ball towards the top corner, but Boot sprawled across the goal to somehow turn it away. 

Barnet: Loach, Alexander, Johnson, Reynolds, Dunne, Adams (Santos 61'), Akinola, Vilhete (Elito 69'), Walker, Tutonda (Sparkes 86'), Sweeney

Unused subs: Azaze, Fonguck. 


Currie made one change to the XI as James Dunne returned in place of Xander McBurnie. 



The Bees host Harrogate Town in their next match at The Hive London in what promises to be another massive clash in the Vanarama National League. 

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Ticket News

Ticket Details: Solihull Moors (A)

5 February 2020

Tickets for our Vanarama National League trip to Solihull Moors (Tuesday, 11th February, 19:45 KO) are now on sale

The Bees will visit the Moors next Tuesday night in what promises to be yet another important match for Darren Currie's side. 

Ticket details for the trip to SportNation.Bet Stadium are as follows:


Standing (in advance)

Seating (in advance)







Juniors (12-18 years)



Under 12 (with a paying adult)



Disabled supporters: Priced as above with one free carer ticket

*Concessions: 65+, Armed Forces, Students and young adults (16-17 years)

Bees supporters can purchase their tickets via the Solihull Moors Website.  

All tickets are subject to a £1.00 increase on the day of the match with the exception of Under 12s.

Tickets on the day can be purchased from the box office at the front of the Damson Homes Stand. 

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