SOLIHULL Moors welcome Hyde United to Damson Park tomorrow in what promises to be a crucial bottom-ofthe-table clash.
Both sides have made a disappointing start to the Blue Square North season and three points in this crunch six-pointer seem almost priceless.
If Moors pick up a win they will be able to breathe easy - for another week at least, however a defeat will intensify the importance of Tuesday's game in hand at home to Droylsden.
The form book says Moors should edge it after remaining unbeaten in their last four home games, however Hyde will be keen to pick up their second positive result away from home after beating basement boys Hucknall Town last time out.
Moors will be hoping Jake Edwards has his shooting boots on tomorrow but who will partner him up front remains unclear.
Dale Anderson, Andy Ducros, Marcus Palmer and Jason Moore all spurned good chances at Kings Lynn last week leaving manager Bob Faulkner with the tough decision of who to start.
Moore has struggled to hold down a regular place in the side this season while Anderson is yet to score after returning from an injury lay-off.
Ducros and Palmer have only four goals between them while Edwards alone has already doubled that figure.
A win tomorrow will definitely move Faulkner's men out of the relegation zone and leave them full of confidence ahead of Tuesday's home game with Droylsden.
Tickets to see Solihull's highest ranked football team are just £10 for adults and £5 for concessions. Refreshments are served and the bar has Sky Sports installed so you keep in touch with all the other local football.
For more information call the club on 0121 705 6770.