King’s Lynn Town travel to Slough Town tomorrow looking to bounce straight back from a gut-wrenching defeat at the hands of Hungerford on Tuesday night.
The Linnets, who were reduced to ten men in the second half, were controversially beaten by a goal in the ninth minute of injury time.
Linnets boss Gary Setchell remains happy with his side’s progress.
Setchell said: “I’m happy with the players’ commitment and I am happy with our work ethic.
“The effort is there and you can’t fault that. I’m so disappointed for the players and the supporters, as they stuck with us again on Tuesday.
“Win, lose or draw, the players will give everything at Slough, as they did on Tuesday night.”
Setchell may call upon some of the club’s younger talent in the remaining games of the campaign.
“King’s Lynn is a hard club to manager because if we do throw some of the youngsters in, we will get no credit for it if we lose 4-0.
“It will be ‘they lost 4-0, they are rubbish.’ We’ve also got to be a little bit careful what we do because we don’t want to lose our last three games and finish 13th.
“A lot of these players deserve to finish the season because some of them might not be here next season. If we can throw some of the youngsters in for a game or two before the end of the season then that would be great too.”
Evo-Stik Southern League
Premier Division top nine
Poole T 43 24 12 7 84
Hitchin T 44 22 12 10 78
Redditch U 43 22 14 7 77*
Leamington 44 22 11 11 77
Hungerford T 43 22 10 11 76
Kettering T 42 22 8 12 74
Weymouth 43 19 14 10 71
Chippenham T 43 19 13 11 70
King’s Lynn T 43 19 7 17 64