Tuesday Preview: What's Going On Tonight In The National League

By Sam Elliott

We’ve got five matches coming your way this evening - so what could the three tables be looking like at 10pm tonight?

The sole National League fixtures is at a place where FA Cup dreams are being made.

Solihull Moors welcome Harrogate Town after last night’s news that Arsenal could be coming to town - if they can get the job done at Blackpool, of course.

The match between the two surprise contenders has a lot riding on it. Harrogate, fresh from victory at Maidenhead, will climb to within four points of leaders Leyton Orient with victory - with the Moors knowing fourth place is on offer with three points.

York City’s recovery will continue if they can beat Leamington tonight.

The Minstermen will jump back into the top half of the National League North table with victory, while the Brakes go into ninth if they can come away with maximum reward.

Ashton United will move out of the bottom three with a point at home to Alfreton - but Jody Banim sees no reason why they can’t take all three. A win for Billy Heath’s side would take them seven points clear of the relegation zone.

The National League South will have new leaders tonight if Torquay United avoid defeat at Dartford.

The Gulls have shot up the table under Gary Johnson, but they face a huge few days in their season.

Tonight they travel to sixth place Dartford before Saturday’s visit to current leaders Welling United.

Concord Rangers have climbed to fifth and if things go their way could be a point away from top spot later tonight.

First they have to get past Hampton, who saw spirits lifted by a last-minute win over East Thurrock United on Saturday.

Tonight’s National League fixture:
Solihull Moors v Harrogate Town

Tonight’s National League North fixtures:
Ashton United v Alfreton
York City v Leamington

Tonight’s National League South fixtures:
Concord Rangers v Hampton & RB
Dartford v Torquay

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