Coventry City are up to sixth in the League Two table after their 3-1 win over Swindon Town which was their first over the Robins since the 1960's.
City are ten points behind leaders Luton Town who beat Morecambe 1-0.
The Hatters are six points ahead of Notts County who lost 2-1 at home to fifth placed Exeter City. with Accrington Stanley who beat Port Vale 3-2 in third.
Wycombe are fourth after winning 3-2 at Crewe.
Barnet remain bottom of the table with 21 points, five behind Forest Green who beat Cambridge United 5-2.
Kwame Thomas On Target
Kwame Thomas who is on loan from Coventry City, scored for Solihull Moor this afternoon.
Thomas scored in the sixth minute of a 3-0 win against Woking.
NEXT HOME GAME
For the avoidance of doubt amongst some of the media, Coventry City's next home game is the re-arranged League Two home game against Cambridge United.
The gametakes place on Tuesday January 30th with kick off at the Ricoh Arena at 7.45pm.