King's Lynn return to Vanarama National League North action with Kidderminster Harriers trip
The Linnets will be determined to put last weekend’s FA Cup defeat behind them when they return to Vanarama National League North action tomorrow.
Town, who are handily placed in fourth position in the table, travel to Kidderminster Harriers.
Lynn know that a win in the west midlands, coupled with favourable results elsewhere, could put them back in second place come Saturday teatime.
Linnets media officer Mark Hearle said ‘ Everyone was very disappointed with last weekend and how things went.
“However we still hold an outstanding league position in a season to date where there has been so many positives.
“Of course every game at this level is tough as has been seen so far but going into November sitting in the position we do is a credit to the management and team to date.
“The old cliché of one defeat doesn’t make you a bad side rings true on this occasion.”
Kidderminster have had an indifferent start to their season and sit 14th heading into the weekend’s fixture.
Off-field problems however appear to be behind the Harriers, who now have new owners at the Aggborough Stadium.
That transition appears to be underway following only a second home league victory of the season with a 2-0 success over high-flying Farsley Celtic on Tuesday night.
Experienced attacker Ashley Hemmings, a recent arrival from AFC Fylde, made his debut in the midweek win while Tom Allan recently returned to the club on loan from York City.
Lynn, for their part, have had a free week to prepare for the weekend.
But it appears that Ian Culverhouse will again have to make do without both Ryan Fryatt(knee) and Ryan Jarvis ( groin) along with long-term injury victim Chris Smith.
Linnets supporters attending the fixture on Saturday are advised that they will be housed in the seated area of the East Stand to the segregated netting.
They will also have full access to the visiting hot food kiosk and bar whilst in this area.