Yates: Back To Back Home Games Crucial For Moors

Solihull Moors boss Mark Yates says maximum points from their next two matches could be key to survival.

While coming up sees Moors take on two sides aiming for promotion, it could be a defining set of games, writes Tom Feaheny.

As they prepare to face Dover Athletic and Wrexham at The Automated Technology Group Stadium.

“The lads have been fantastic so far and we’ve still got 14 games to go," Yates told the club's website.

“This Saturday is the most important game of the season just because it’s the next game of the season.

“We’ve just got to make sure that one defeat doesn’t become two defeats. That’s the main aim as we stand now.

“We’ve got back on the training ground, worked on a few things and now will try and prove that losing to Ebbsfleet United was a one-off.”

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