Blackpool v Solihull Moors Prediction & Betting Tips, 18th December 201816th December 2018 / lee
Blackpool v Solihull Moors FA Cup Preview, 18th December 7.45pm
Solihull held their ground on home soil in the first attempt at settling this FA Cup second round tie. Now they head to the northeast to take on Blackpool, looking for a famous night against the famous old club. The Seasiders will be red hot favourites to progress now after surviving the tricky away game. The winner hosts Arsenal in the next round. Read our Blackpool v Solihull Moors betting tips for more.
Blackpool v Solihull Moors Betting Odds*
Solihull Moors 7/1* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on December 16th, 2018 at 3:11 p.m.)
Blackpool News and Form
Blackpool suffered a league defeat last weekend, losing against Oxford in League One. The Seasiders have lost just one of their last five home fixtures in all competitions, taking a win in the other four in that sequence at Bloomfield Road. So that’s strong form they have behind them for this FA Cup replay. Blackpool have scored at least two goals in three of their last five at home as well. They collected a 3-2 away win at Exeter in the last round of the FA Cup and in that first attempt against Solihull Moors, the Seasiders earned 60% of possession.
They were just wayward in front of goal really. Three of their last four wins at Bloomfield Road have been with a clean sheet so that is a strong trend which is going to appeal to punters. Home and away Blackpool are W5 D1 L2 in their last eight games and don’t look as if they are going to get knocked down easily in this one. Will they be the ones playing host to Arsenal in the third round of the competition? Because of that prize, it’s probably not a time to field an understrength side.
Blackpool v Solihull Moors Head to Head
The game on November 30th, 2018 was the first meeting between the two
Solihull Moors News and Form
National League side Solihull beat Southport 1-0 in the FA Trophy on the weekend and that saw them carry on their current good form. Solihull Moors have remained undefeated in their last eleven fixtures in all competitions now. Their defence has been remarkably strong as they have earned a clean sheet in all but one of their last nine games. In the last round of the FA Cup, they won 2-0 away at Hitchin.
Solihull have gone unbeaten in their last five away games in all competition (W4 D1) so they have that on their side as well. Looking back a little bit further Solihull have only suffered one defeat in their last eight games on the road. They have also produce at least two goals in three of their last four road games. They have picked up a clean sheet in three of their last four road games. If they were to get through this replay, it would be their first ever appearance in the third round proper of the FA Cup.
Blackpool v Solihull Moors Tips & Odds
Who will win – Blackpool v Solihull Moors Predictions
We can’t predict an upset happening in this one. The League One side should have too much for their opponents on home soil. We can see them completing the job comfortably with a clean sheet.
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* All mentioned odds were valid at the time of writing. Betting odds are subject to fluctuations. Please check the current odds with the respective bookmaker!
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