Solihull Moors manager Tim Flowers says it will be a “big surprise” if his National League outfit are able to beat Blackpool in the FA Cup tomorrow night, the Blackpool Gazette report.

The Seasiders travel to Damson Park on Friday to face the non-leaguers, with the game being televised live on BBC Two (7.55pm kick off).

While Solihull are flying high in the National League, Flowers – a former England international – admits his side face an uphill battle if they are to reach the third round of the competition.

“It’s a free hit for us, a little bit,” the ex-Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City and Southampton goalkeeper said.

“They’re a fantastic League One team, up there near the play-offs and it will be a good crowd. For our lads, it’s why they’re in the game.

“This isn’t a particularly hospitable place for teams to come in terms of on the field of play. Off the field, it’s a fantastic place to come and watch football.

“We want to make it as difficult as we can for Blackpool, so we’ll be giving it a real go.”

Read more at: