York’s primary objective this season is to avoid an immediate return to the sixth tier after winning promotion from the National League North last season.
They are just four points away from relegation in the National League table, where they are ranked 17th.
On Saturday, David Webb’s team failed to score in a second consecutive away game, falling 2-0 to Southend United after conceding two goals in the second half.
Even though York has lost three of their last three games on the road, they have only won one of their last eight National League games at home.
York, who have played 14 league games at the LNER Community Stadium, is one of only four fifth-tier teams with fewer points from home games this season than any other team.
York is four points ahead of Solihull, but Solihull is also having a bad run of play after losing six of their last seven league games.
Their most recent away match against Dorking Wanderers was their only victory in that seven-game stretch; however, since that victory, they have lost consecutive matches.
Neal Ardley’s team suffered a 2-0 defeat to Gateshead over the weekend, following a 2-1 defeat to promotion-chasing Notts County.
Nathan Thomas, who was forced off in the first half of the loss to Southend because of a hamstring issue, and Michael Duckworth, who may also be out with a groin injury, could be out for York.
Due to a cold, Shaqai Forde played only as a substitute against Southend, but he may be fit enough to start Tuesday’s game.
Right now, York City is in a tough spot. This team managed to win 8, draw eight matches, and lose 13 games over the course of the last 29 rounds of the National League, putting it 17th in the standings. If you dig deeper into the statistics, you’ll find that this team typically misses 0-15 minutes of the game (6 goals).
As for the visitors, David Davis has started the last two games after joining on loan from Forest Green Rovers, and he is expected to keep his place in the team.
Callum Maycock may be brought back into the starting lineup after sitting on the bench on Saturday.
Even though the teams have been thoroughly analyzed, this match still has some element of surprise. There won’t be any of the teams who just want to give up three points.
Bet: Double Chance on York City
Their most recent match, which took place on August 18, 2022, was decided by a 1:1 score. If we look at the entire history of head-to-head matches, there have been 5 games, with York City winning 3 of them and Solihull Moors winning 0 of them. Even in two meetings, the opponents were unable to determine which team was stronger, so the games ended in a draw. The difference between goals scored and goals conceded is as follows: 12-4.
• This season, Solihull Moors FC have not scored in seven of their 13 National League away games.
• In their last seven matches, York City FC has given up at least one goal.
• Solihull Moors FC wins the first half in 36% of their games, while York City FC wins it in 27% of their games.
• Solihull Moors FC wins 36% of halftimes, while York City FC wins 27%.
• When York City FC is ahead 1-0 at home, 77% of their games are won.
• Solihull Moors FC wins 60% of their games when they lead 0-1 away.
• York City FC wins 16% of their home matches when they are down 0-1.
• Solihull Moors FC wins 35% of their games when they are down 1-0 away.
• York City FC has performed better than Solihull Moors FC in the National League.
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