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King's Lynn confirm home fixture change with Buxton in the National League North

King's Lynn Town have made a fixture change to their busy November schedule.

The Linnets' National League North home game against Buxton has been moved from Tuesday, November 1 to Tuesday, November 22 (7.45pm).

Both clubs agreed to the change due to their Emirates FA Cup commitments.

The Walks Stadium, home of King's Lynn Town FC. Picture: Ian Burt. (53798781)
The Walks Stadium, home of King's Lynn Town FC. Picture: Ian Burt. (53798781)

King's Lynn Town travel to League Two Doncaster Rovers in the First Round Proper on Saturday, November 5, while Buxton welcome Merthyr Town to the Tarmac Silverlands Stadium.

The switch allows both clubs more time to prepare for their first round ties.

Tomorrow night, league leaders Lynn are in home action again when Banbury United are the visitors to The Walks.

Tickets for Lynn's FA Cup game will be on sale during the night. The Linnets have been given 600 tickets for the game at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Regulars in the Puritans’ line-up have been former Linnets Alex Babos and Jak Hickman although Hickman missed Saturday’s defeat at Spennymoor through injury.

The Puritans, who have not won on their league travels since Darlington in August, have seen their goals come from a variety of players.

Midfielders Giorgio Rasulo amd Morgan Roberts scoring four apiece and striker Jack Stevens contributing three.

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