Unibet's Semi-Final Preview As Solihull Host Chesterfield

By Sam Elliott

Can Chesterfield churn out another form-shattering result or will the Moors be merrier?

The semi-finals conclude on Sunday, and if the final few months is all we go by, there is surely only one winner.

But this is the play-offs, remember. It’s also the National League. Turbulence is what the clubs do best, so buckle up - there’s capital gains on offer, and the winner heads to the London Stadium next weekend.

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Solihull Moors

We don’t mean to tempt fate for Moors, but things are looking quite good for Neal Ardley right now.

Just one defeat since early January - and that at champions-in-waiting Stockport County - had the team nobody was really talking about not so long ago now on everyone’s lips.

Ardley, a promotion winner with AFC Wimbledon, has unfinished business having lost the 2020 final as Notts County were edged out by Harrogate Town at Wembley.

They need to get to the final first but their home form is tremendous. No home defeats in 2022 and five wins in a row in front of their own fans makes them favourites on Sunday.

One to watch: Joe Sbarra
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Talk about loving being the centre of attention.

Chesterfield defeated FC Halifax Town on Tuesday night and it was the only game of professional football taking place anywhere across the world.

Not only that, but they made light work of one of the best home records in the National League. Now they face another one - no side have won in Birmingham for almost six months.

Chesterfield did back in November. A 1-0 success at the Moors underlined their title charge but so much has happened since.

The Spireites have been shorn of most of their forward-line, for starters, Danny Rowe - the opening goalscorer on Tuesday night - is out after being taken to hospital.

That means a recall is likely for Tom Denton, and he has big boots to fill.

Paul Cook says tickets to this one mean as much to his club’s supporters as Liverpool fans in Paris for the Champions League final.

Chesterfield won’t have the same 2,000 backing as they did in Yorkshire but they will try and make just as much noise.

Hold on to your hats, things are about to become bumpy one again!

One to watch: Laurence Maguire
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