Solihull Moors’s Trip to York City Postponed Due to Adverse Weather Conditions - The Solihull Observer

Solihull Moors’s Trip to York City Postponed Due to Adverse Weather Conditions

Solihull Editorial 11th Jan, 2023 Updated: 11th Jan, 2023   0

The National League’s Christmas countdown was due to begin with York City welcoming Solihull Moors, a squad with playoff aspirations. York City had just won 2-0 on the road against a club in fine form from Woking. Sam Sanders and Lenell John-Lewis appeared on the scoresheet for the City team.

Meanwhile, Solihull Moors’ home match against Aldershot Town was postponed – consequently, they were well-rested for their midweek trip. Joe Sbarra and Andrew Dallas both scored twice to help them defeat Oldham Athletic 2-0 in their most recent game. Wagers enjoyed wins for the game as they do with legit NFL odds.

The LNER Community Stadium match between York City and Solihull Moors was cancelled due to the frozen pitch. A local referee inspected the pitch and deemed it unplayable, so the visitors would have to unpack their travel bags.

 




Frozen Pitch Conditions

The duel was scheduled to take place at the Community Stadium pitch, however, after an inspection in the morning, it was determined that the frozen surface was unplayable.

A new date will be determined.


This is an advantage to the Solihull Moors squad as their home match against Aldershot Town was postponed, consequently, they will have ample time to prepare for the game adequately.

The host team is now 15th in the standings, eight points above the bottom three teams. The seventh-ranked visitors are 10 points behind the top three teams due to their one win in a nine-game streak.

York was fortunate to play in the south over the weekend, while a cold spell in the north forced the cancellation of several games. They exploited this to their advantage and defeated Woking 2-0, even though their new manager, David Webb, was hospitalised with Covid-19 and unable to attend his first game.

Fraser Kerr will not be able to participate in the home squad because he was dismissed over the weekend. Midfielder Gus Mafuta was also injured during Saturday’s warm-ups, although he may still be ready to participate.

Ryan Fallowfield, the fullback, and Maziar Kouhyar, the winger, are both injured and unable to play. Kouhyar has not played since the departure of former manager John Askey.

Since their last victory, the away team has not sustained any injuries. However, Callum Howe and Fiarce Kelleher will likely miss the game due to injuries.

In other developments, midfielder Callum Maycock is unsure if he will participate because he has missed the previous games. This could suggest that Alex Gudger and Joey Jones, on the verge of reaching his 150th club appearance, will continue to play center defence.

Andrew Dallas, the visitors’ leading scorer, is a man York City must be wary of now that he has returned from injury.

Even though the match against Aldershot Town was rescheduled until the following week, Dallas scored his ninth league goal in the club’s last league encounter. Therefore, he will be eager to reach ten by midweek.

The importance of York’s clean sheet in their last game cannot be overstated. However, Moors will seek to make York’s right-side defense extremely difficult, and wagers will have something to expect as they explore NFL lines.

York City Without Head Coach When Facing Solihull Moors

The city’s assistant manager Michael Morton was scheduled to take control at the LNER Community Stadium.

Morton took command of York’s 2-0 victory against third-placed Woking on Saturday after manager David Webb was hospitalised with coronavirus and a lung infection on Wednesday.

Webb has been hospitalised since Wednesday morning, even though the week began quite well due to the first training session for the new management team.

Even though David was quite sick, he stayed in close communication with the club, his coaching staff, and the players from the hospital to bring them up to date on what is going on and how they are getting ready for tomorrow’s game.

The new manager appears to be seeing his debut game as City’s manager from the sidelines, with Morton in charge for the time being.

The Minstermen will attempt to build on their victory at the Laithwaite Community Stadium on Saturday, their first Vanarama National League victory since beating Torquay United 1-0 at home in early October. Fans will hope for a win as they share amazing Vegas NFL odds.

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