7th October 2022

Yeovil Town return to Huish Park on Saturday afternoon (3pm) to face Solihull Moors.

After back-to-back games on the road, the Glovers will be hoping home comforts can bring them all three points.

The visitors Solihull have not let their play-off heartbreak dampen spirits in the midlands. Neal Ardley’s side have got off to an excellent start and sit in the play-off places.

Chris Hargreaves’ thoughts

The boss spoke to the press on Thursday afternoon.

Team news

Sam Perry returned to the squad last week after recovering from a concussion, he could be involved once again.

On the other hand, Jamie Reckord and Ben Richards-Everton have been described as ‘touch-and-go’ by Hargreaves when it comes to their availability. Callum Rowe remains a long-term absentee.

On the suspension front, Gime Touré serves the second game of his three match ban.

After the expiration of his loan, Ollie Hulbert will be back with the match day squad on Saturday.

What’s on at Huish Park

We’ll be opening the Alec Stock Lounge from around midday, with coverage of Dagenham & Redbridge vs Southend on our TV screens. Just flash your match or season ticket at the bottom of the stairs for entry.

A foot in the opposition camp

Solihull weren’t the outright favourites when it came to the promotion picture last year and surprised many by making the play-off final, and will be hoping to go one better this year.

Their hopes of doing so were aided when star man Joe Sbarra signed a new deal in the off season. However, departing was 6-foot-7 strike Kyle Hudlin who now stars for AFC Wimbledon.

The Moors have some real firepower up top, signing Alex Reid who was notably prolific for Stockport. His signing to go alongside Andy Dallas shows the Moors could pack a punch.

Have we met before?

Since relegation to the National League, Yeovil Town have endured mixed results against the Moors.

In our first season, Yeovil Town extended their early season winning run with a memorable victory in the midlands, which saw Luke Wilkinson score, and then go in goal after an injury to Liam O’Brien. Later that season, the two sides played out a dull draw.

Yeovil Town substitute keeper Luke Wilkinson gathers a cross during the Vanarama National League Match between Solihull Moors and Yeovil Town at Damson Parkway, Solihull on September 21 – PHOTO: Steve Bond/PPAUK

A season later, a second half collapse saw Yeovil fall to a 5-1 defeat, but it right just days later with a 3-0 victory over the Moors at Huish Park.

Last year, the two games between the two sides were easily forgotten, with both games ending goalless.


Tickets for the game can be purchased from the online ticket office until midday on match day for physical tickets, but until kick-off for e-tickets/print at home. 

Following this, they can be purchased in person from the ticket office, however this is subject to a small price increased. We strongly recommend getting to Huish Park early to avoid queues.