The Moors close their 2020/21 campaign in front of home supporters as Eastleigh visit the SportNation.bet Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The fixture is ALL TICKET and there are no tickets remaining or on sale.
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More key information can be found HERE and the club advise supporters to thoroughly read through the guidance prior to visiting.
Kick Off: 12:30pm
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The Moors head into the season finale in strong form, having won five games out of a six-game unbeaten run. A win would secure an 11th place finish, the highest league position Moors can achieve.
Visitors Eastleigh have it all to play for. Their quest to reach the end of season play-offs was made that little bit harder following the midweek draw with Altrincham.
The Spitfires currently sit just outside the top seven in eighth place, out of the play-offs on goal difference – there are various permutations that could see them either reach or miss out on the play-offs.
In the Opposite Dugout – Ben Strevens
After a brief five games as interim manager, Strevens was named permanent Eastleigh boss in November 2018.
Strevens played over 100 times for the Spitfires as a player and his talent on the field has continued off it, as he was successful in taking Eastleigh all the way to the National League play-off semi-final in his first season.
The manager’s playing days were spent with 11 different clubs across 19 years, and he is now in his second full season in charge at the Silverlake.
One To Watch – Tyrone Barnett
Barnett left Cheltenham Town in July 2019 to make the switch to Eastleigh.
The established Football League goal scorer joined the Spitfires with plenty of experience in his career, from the Championship with Peterborough United and Ipswich Town as well as spells in League One and League Two.
The Posh paid Crawley Town over £1 million for his signature in 2012 and alongside current team-mate Jack Payne, the pair won the Football League Trophy together during the 2013/14 season.
He continued his goalscoring records in his first season at the Spitfires, finishing as top scorer with 12 goals in last year’s National League campaign.
Barnett is currently on 12 goals this season and has scored three in his last five games.
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