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King's Lynn Town's trip to Gloucester City in the National League North is postponed

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King's Lynn Town's game at Gloucester City tomorrow night has finally been postponed.

The Linnets had been in limbo as to whether tomorrow night's National League North fixture would go ahead with several Tigers' players and staff being in isolation with possible symptoms of Coronavirus.

Gloucester's fixture against Blyth Spartans was postponed on Saturday while Lynn suffered a 1-0 defeat at home to Guiseley - their second home reverse in the space of a few days.

It is the second time this season that the game has been postponed after it the original game fell foul of a waterlogged pitch last month.

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A brief statement released by the club a short while ago read: "King's Lynn Town Football Club have this morning received notification from the National League that Monday's scheduled fixture between Gloucester City and King's Lynn Town has been postponed."

The National League has come under fire for letting games still go ahead at the weekend after the Premier League and EFL suspended games until at least April 3.

It remains to be seen if they will follow suit with the Coronavirus taking a firm grip of the UK.

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