MATCH PREVIEW | King’s Lynn Town vs Chester | National League North

    It’s 3rd vs 2nd this weekend in arguably the game of the day in the National League North – as the Blues face a lengthy trip to King’s Lynn Town.

    The Linnets have got off to a flying start in the sixth tier after being promoted via a ‘super play-off’ last season against Warrington Town.

    Ian Culverhouse’s side have lost just two games this season – both away – to Guiseley on the opening day, and leaders York City in their last league encounter. Chester face a daunting task tomorrow afternoon against a side who have not lost at home in over a year in all competitions.

    However, the Blues will be confident in their own abilities, just one loss all season in the North and only three points behind top of the league. They will also have a significant boost,with it looking increasingly likely Kevin Roberts, Danny Livesey and Gary Stopforth will all make their returns from injury. Jamie Morgan, who was so impressive in place of Roberts, has also now completed a three match ban.



    King’s Lynn | Position: 3rd Won: 2 Drawn: 2 Lost: 1

    vs Darlington (h) | Won 2-0 | Scorers: Chris Henderson (2)

    vs Alfreton Town (h) | Won 3-2 | Scorers: Michael Clunan, Alfie Payne, Adam Marriott

    vs Spennymoor Town (a) | Draw 2-2 | Scorers: Adam Marriott, Rory McAuley

    vs Gloucester City (h) | Draw 2-2 | Scorers: Adam Marriott (2, 1 pen)

    vs York City (a) | Lost 0-3 | Scorers: None

    Chester FC | Position: 2nd Won: 3 Drawn: 1 Lost: 1

    vs Spennymoor Town (a) | Lost 2-1 | Scorer: Akwasi Asante

    vs Curzon Ashton (a) | Won 3-1 | Scorers: Matty Hughes, Akwasi Asante, Kevin Roberts

    vs Guiseley (h) | Won 3-1 | Scorers: Akwasi Asante (2, 1 pen), Anthony Dudley

    vs AFC Telford (a) | Won 3-1 | Scorer: Akwasi Asante (3)

    vs Leamington (h) | Draw 3-3 | Scorers: James Jones, George Glendon, Matty Waters


    Kick off tomorrow is 3pm at The Walks Stadium. The postcode for the ground is PE30 5PB.


    We would like to inform supporters that King’s Lynn Town do not take cash at their turnstiles on a matchday.

    Tickets can either be purchased in advance online (CLICK HERE) OR from the King’s Lynn Town Football Club ticket office prior to kick off on Saturday.

    To avoid queueing at the ticket office prior to kick off, we would advise supporters to buy online in advance from the link above.

    Please note, the ticket office and turnstiles open at noon this Saturday.


    Admission Prices:             Standing         Seated

    Adult                              £15                  £17

    Concessions                  £13                  £15

    Youth (16-17 age)          £9                    £11

    Students                         £9                    £11

    Children Under 16          £2                     £2

    Ticket Office opens at noon.


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