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Bromley v Solihull Moors: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

The Football League will see a first-time participant next season as Bromley take on Solihull Moors in the National League play-off final as the pair battle it out for a place in League Two.

Both sides have been non-league mainstays, but one of their fortunes will have changed by close of play on Sunday - with the final set to be a thrilling spectacle. 

Bromley v Solihull Moors

How to watch Bromley v Solihull Moors and TV Channel

The National League play-off final will be shown live on TNT Sports 2 in the UK. 

Bromley v Solihull Moors kick-off time, date and venue

Bromley v Solihull Moors will kick-off at 15:00 BST on Sunday 5th May, with the game taking place at Wembley Stadium, London. 

Bromley v Solihull Moors stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Bromley finished the regular season in third place, two spots and five points higher than their opponents, but their recent form does leave them a bit cold coming into this fixture. 

The Ravens managed just three wins in their last seven games, while Solihull come into this tie off the back of six victories from seven in a run which includes their underdog win over Barnet to reach this stage. 

The last meeting between the pair finished 3-0 to Bromley, so the Ravens will be feeling quietly confident. However, the two also met in the FA Trophy semi-finals just last month and Solihull were the 2-1 victors, suggesting they may have the edge in a straight-shootout scenario. 

Bromley v Solihull Moors head-to-head record (H2H)

Bromley wins




Solihull Moors wins


* H2H stats refer to all competitions

Read the latest tips, predictions and odds for Bromley v Solihull Moors.

Bromley v Solihull Moors team news

Bromley team news

Brentford loanee Ben Krauhaus was forced off in Bromley’s 3-1 semi-final win over Altrincham and is set to miss the trip to Wembley as a result, with Louis Dennis the likeliest candidate to replace him.

Myles Weston was the star of that semi-final, bagging a brace, and he will be one to watch in the final as will Michael Cheek, who scored 21 goals in the regular season.

Solihull Moors team news

Solihull centre-back Jay Benn was forced off at half-time against Barnet and his replacement that day, Kyle Morrison, may be required to start at Wembley.

Tahvon Campbell has been involved in over half of Moors’ eight play-off goals and he should lead the line again, while there is a decision to be made in midfield as Jack Stevens has been preferred in the engine room lately, but the experience of veteran midfielder Joss Labadie could prove vital on such a big occasion.

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