Chester defender Andy Halls says there’s no shying away from how important their clash with Solihull Moors is this weekend.

The Blues have suffered a miserable first half of the campaign and currently lie 22nd in the National League, three points adrift of safety, but now face a run of five winnable-looking fixtures – three of which are at the Deva – starting with the visit of basement dwellers Solihull on Saturday.




Moors form has picked up however, 1-0 winners over Leyton Orient last weekend, since the arrival of Mark Yates as manager three weeks ago, assisted by former England and Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Tim Flowers.

Chester defender Andy Halls says there’s no shying away from how important their clash with Solihull Moors is this weekend.

“I don’t think anyone can hide away from just how important a fixture this is,” explained Halls, a summer signing from Macclesfield Town.

“Three points could make a huge difference to our season. We’re looking for all three points and we’ve got to leave everything on the pitch to try and get that win.

“This isn’t the time to shy away from your jobs. It might have to be backs to the wall at times, but we’ve got to stay strong and we can’t fold our cards under the table like we did against Dagenham.”

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