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Solihull Moors vs Chesterfield Predictions

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Chesterfield to Win

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Chesterfield 2-1

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Solihull Moors vs Chesterfield Predictions

  • Chesterfield won 2-0 when these sides met at Damson Park in October
  • Chesterfield ended the season with the fifth best away record in the division
  • Solihull have gone two weeks without playing

Solihull may be caught cold

Solihull reeled off five consecutive wins to end the National League season, finishing in third place and were rewarded with a home play-off semi-final. As a result, their 3-0 win over Boreham Wood on the final day of the regular season was the last time Mark Yates’ side played a match. Sunday will mark two weeks since the end of the regular season and there is a chance that Solihull are caught cold, when they host a Chesterfield team on Sunday who will be buoyed by their result in midweek.

Chesterfield given a huge midweek boost  

Paul Cook’s Chesterfield side finished the regular season in terrible form, winning one of their last six matches they ended up securing their play-off spot on the final day of the campaign with a 0-0 draw at home to Woking. As often seems to be the case in the play-offs, the team that finishes in the last of the qualifying spots tend to make a good fist of things. Chesterfield’s win over Halifax in the eliminator on Tuesday has provided the club with a massive boost and they will be full of confidence when they travel to Solihull on Sunday, a ground at which they have already won this season – Chesterfield won 2-0 when these sides met at Damson Park in October.   

Visitors look to be the value play

For large parts of the season Chesterfield were top of the National League table and looked the team most likely to go on and win the league. Bar their top scorer Kabongo Tshimanga, who is out with a broken leg, the team is very similar to one that took them to the top of the table.  Some poor results at the end of the season saw them slip into seventh and as a result can be backed at bigger than 2/1 for Sunday’s game. Had this game been played in March, the prices of the two teams for Sunday’s game would be a lot tighter with Chesterfield possibly going off as favourites. At more than double the price of the hosts, Chesterfield appear to be the value selection.

Buoyed by their win in midweek, I fancy Paul Cooks side to do the business at Damson Park and make the final. Chesterfield to win in 90 minutes will be the main selection for this one. In the correct score market, I will take a chance on this finishing 2-1 to the visitors, their win at Halifax on Tuesday also came by way of a 2-1 score line.

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