We turn our attentions to the weekend’s action with a full and in-depth preview of Moors’ National League North trip to The Walks Stadium.
King’s Lynn Town v Spennymoor Town
National League North
Saturday 11th November 2023, 3pm
The Walks Stadium
King’s Lynn Town are beginning to show signs of recovery after suffering a slow start to the new campaign which saw them win just one their first 11 National League North games.
That run of form spelled the end for former boss Mark Hughes who had stepped up to manage The Linnets following the departure of Tommy Widdrington to Aldershot in the summer.
The appointment of former Curzon Ashton chief Adam Lakeland has prompted a revival though, and the Norfolk outfit are unbeaten in four and have tasted victory in three of their last six.
King’s Lynn Town enjoyed an emphatic 3-0 win when Moors last made the trip to The Walks Stadium back in March, thanks to goals from Adam Crowther, Jordan Ponticelli and Gold Omatayo.
The sides shared the points at The Brewery Field in the previous month as Paul Blackett and Reece Kendall were on target for Moors in a 2-2 draw.
James Montgomery will hope to recover from an ankle injury which kept him out of Tuesday’s game against Curzon Ashton, while Michael Ledger and Reece Staunton will also hope to prove their fitness.
Ben Pollock remains unavailable for selection this weekend as he completes a three-game suspension following his red card at Scunthorpe United.
Luis Griffiths will take charge of Saturday’s National League North encounter at The Walks, and he will be assisted by Murray Grant and Karl Donaghey.
Moors fans are advised to buy their tickets online in advance, if possible, though there will be availability from the King’s Lynn Ticket Office prior to kick-off on the day.
It’s a long trip on Saturday and we know not all of you will be able to get there – so we’re going to be delivering our usual live commentary on Durham OnAir to keep you up to date.
Our broadcast will go live from The Walks Stadium from 2.50pm on Saturday so make sure you join Mark Simpson to keep in the picture as Lewis Dickman’s men look to get back on track.
Moors are 13/10 favourites for three points this weekend, with hosts King’s Lynn Town just behind at odds of 17/10 for victory and the draw priced up at 12/5 with the bookies.