Ross Embleton says Leyton Orient are prepared for an “incredibly tough fixture” on Monday when they travel to Solihull Moors.

After success over Harrogate on Good Friday, the O’s could secure the National League title if they are to bring home all three points from the Solihull game, but Embleton was full of praise for the play-off chasing side, who remain in the chase after beating Bromley away from home.

After Friday’s win, Embleton said: “As we know Bromley is a tough place to go. A game like that probably suits Solihull in terms of the way they play and the impact that they can have on Bromley. They’re a big strong team and they’ve got a lot of good players.

“I think, and we mean it in the nicest possible way, they’ve got the name of Solihull Moors and people lose focus of the good players. They’ve got players that have had successes and they’ve got players that have played at a very good level so we know it’s a very good team.

“They’ve had a very similar pattern to us since Justin [Edinburgh] came in here. Obviously they’ve had a couple of changes of managers but their run of form and the way that the seasons have gone for them in that period of time are very similar to us so we know it’s going to be an incredibly tough fixture but I think at the same time I think if any of their staff are doing an interview now they’ll be saying the same about us.”

With a tight turnaround due to the Easter weekend, the O’s were in for training on Saturday morning for a recovery session before another session on Sunday morning and then travelling up to Solihull in the afternoon.