Second placed AFC Fylde host tenth placed Solihull Moors on Saturday, looking to get back to the top of the Conference North league table with a victory at Kellamergh Park.

The Coasters are just three points behind top of the table Barrow now, and a win for Fylde accompanied with a Barrow defeat would see The Coasters go top of the table again.

Last time out, The Coasters swept Colwyn Bay aside 6-2 at Kellamergh Park on Easter Monday, thanks to a brace from Danny Rowe and a four goal blitz from Richie Allen.

Fylde are now unbeaten since the third of March, winning two of their last fives games and drawing the other three. That leaves The Coasters three points behind Barrow with a superior goal difference by twelve.

The Coasters final games of the season after this Saturday are Bradford Park Avenue away on Monday, Harrogate Town away next Saturday and the last day of the season sees Gloucester City travel up to Kellamergh Park on the April twenty-fifth.

It’s a different situation entirely for Saturday’s visitors to Kellamergh Park, Solihull Moors, who effectively have nothing to play for for the rest of the season. The Moors have played thirty-nine games and have amassed fifty-three points as they sit tenth in the league table. They can’t make the play-off’s, but equally, they can’t be dragged into a relegation battle. 

Solihull haven’t done too badly this season and they’ll be hopeful of a third top ten placed finish in three consecutive seasons. The Moors have won sixteen of their thirty-nine games this season scoring sixty-five goals in the process.

However, poor form in 2015 has seen Solihull lose twelve of their eighteen league games, winning just five games since the turn of the year. In their last five games, Solihull have won two, lost two and drawn once, which was their most recent game at home to Hednesford Town on Easter Monday

The previous result between these two sides was a 1-0 victory for The Coasters in January at the Autotech Stadium. Caspar Hughes scored the winning goal in added on time at the end of the game.


Admittance to this match is just £10 for adults, £7 for concessions and FREE to all U16’s and Armed Forces Personnel.

The match will kick off at 3PM. 

Your support has been exceptional so far this season and we’d love to see it continue on Saturday by coming along to support the lads once again.



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