There's A Big Tuesday Night Ahead In The National League

By Tom Scott

If Bonfire Night isn't your thing then don't panic - there is plenty of football coming your way tonight.

There could be fireworks at the Super Six Stadium if Hartlepool United have their way tonight.

The Pools have been impressive under stand-in boss Anthony Sweeney but Solihull Moors will be looking to rain on their parade.

Well-drilled Moors have lost just once in their last five league outings - but three of those wins have come at home.

Speaking of form sides, two of the MANarama National League North form boys go toe-to-toe.

Brackley Town are unbeaten at home so far this season but visitors Spennymoor Town are red-hot.

After a sticky start, Jason Ainsley's side have tasted defeat just once since early September.

Curzon Ashton ended their five-game run of away defeats at the weekend but are up against it again as they head to Gateshead.

Kidderminster Harriers and King's Lynn have been out-of-sorts in recent weeks - Aggborough is the venue tonight as they both look to kickstart their seasons.

Elsewhere, there is just the one game in the MANarama National League South - Hampton & Richmond are the hosts as Dartford come to town.

The Beavers are bang inform as they look for sixth win in seven outings, but Steve King has got the Darts firing and they're looking for a sixth win on the spin away from home.

Tuesday night's National League fixtures:
Hartlepool United v Solihull Moors

Tuesday night's National League North fixtures:
Brackley Town v Spennymoor Town
Gateshead v Curzon Ashton
Kidderminster Harriers v King's Lynn Town

Tuesday night's National League South fixtures:
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Dartford


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