Bromley vs Solihull Moors: Preview, predictions and lineups

One of Bromley or Solihull Moors will achieve promotion to the English Football League for the first time in their respective histories with a spot in League Two up for grabs in Sunday’s National League play-off final.

Having previously bested Halifax Town 4-2, the Moors stunned second-placed Barnet 4-0 in their semi-final to book their spot at Wembley.

Bromley, who finished third in the regular season compared to their upcoming opponents’ effort of fifth, managed to come from a goal behind to eliminate Altrincham in the final four.

With qualification to the fourth tier of English football on the line, here’s 90min’s preview to the National League play-off final.

Bromley vs Solihull Moors H2H Record (Last Five Games)

Current form (all competitions)


Solihull Moors

Bromley 3-1 Altrincham – 28/04/24

Barnet 0-4 Solihull Moors – 27/04/24

Gateshead 2-1 Bromley – 20/04/24

Solihull Moors 4-2 Halifax Town – 24/04/24

Oxford City 1-3 Bromley – 16/04/24

Solihull Moors 1-0 York City – 20/04/24

Bromley 3-0 Solihull Moors – 13/04/24

Bromley 3-0 Solihull Moors – 13/04/24

Barnet 1-1 Bromley – 09/04/24

Solihull Moors 3-0 Ebbsfleet United – 09/04/24


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United Kingdom

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Bromley attack Ben Krauhaus had to be substituted early on during the semi-final victory over Altrincham and Louis Dennis, his replacement on the day, should slot into the starting XI.

Central striker Michael Cheek has 21 league goals this season and could prove the difference between Wembley elation and heartbreak for his side.

Bromley predicted lineup vs Solihull Moors (3-4-3): Smith; Webster, Grant, Reynolds; Weston, Arthurs, Charles, Odutayo; Dennis, Cheek, Whitely.

Jay Benn was taken off at half-time against Barnet but may get the all clear to start again on Sunday. If not, Kyle Morrison is the natural alternative for manager and former Brighton full-back Andy Whing.

While Bromley will look to Cheek for inspiration, Tahvon Campbell has been in electric form during the play-offs, having a hand in over half of their eight goals.

Solihull Moors predicted lineup vs Bromley (4-2-3-1): Hayes; Clarke, Morrison, Whitmore, Newton; Osborne, Maycock; Sbarra, Stevens, Shade; Campbell.

Bromley and Solihull Moors were separated by just five points in the regular season but their hopes of escaping the National League will come down to a straight shootout at Wembley.

The Moors have had less rest given they’ve played two knockout games compared to Bromley’s one so far and the previous encounter ended in a 3-0 success for the Ravens.

They might get the better of their final opponents again this weekend.

Prediction: Bromley 1-0 Solihull Moors

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