Preview: Moors v King’s Lynn Town

We turn our attentions to Saturday’s action with a full and in-depth preview of King’s Lynn Town’s National League North visit to The Brewery Field.

Spennymoor Town v King’s Lynn Town
National League North
Saturday 20th April 2024, 3pm
The Brewery Field

The Opposition
King’s Lynn Town will arrive in the North East looking to round-off a strong run-in with another positive result after they secured their place in National League North with plenty to spare.

There were some relegation fears for Linnets’ fans at the turn of the year, but Adam Lakeland’s men have put together an excellent run of form to drive well clear of the division’s bottom four.

The Norfolk outfit stormed away from trouble on the back of six wins from eight through February and into March, and their defeat to Peterborough Sports last weekend was just their second in 15 outings.

Previous Meeting
Will Harris’ goal just 15 minutes into Moors’ trip to The Walks Stadium was enough to secure three points for Moors when they travelled to King’s Lynn Town back in November.

Team News
John Lufudu will have his fitness assessed ahead of the game after the on-loan defender was forced to sit out the last two games through injury.

Play-Off Permutations
To make the play-offs, Moors must defeat King’s Lynn Town and hope that Boston United fail to win at Hereford United and South Shields fail to defeat Southport at home.

Match Officials
Oliver Noonan will be the man in the middle for Saturday afternoon’s big game at The Brewery Field, and he will be assisted by Bradley Maw and Joe Moss.

Home and away fans can buy their tickets in advance for Saturday’s game at The Brewery Field, which will not be segregated.

Tickets will also be available to both sets of supporters direct on the turnstiles ahead of kick-off where we accept cash and card payments.

Click here for full ticket information.

Live Commentary
If you can’t get along to The Brewery Field on Saturday then you can keep up with the action in the game and the permutations coming in from other games in our live coverage on Durham OnAir.

Mark Simpson will be alongside Billy Shackleton to deliver full commentary of Moors’ meeting with The Linnets which will be available on a number of platforms for fans all over the world.

Betting Odds
Moors have been installed as big 4/9 favourites for three points on Saturday, with visitors King’s Lynn Town rated a 4/1 shot for victory and the draw priced up at 7/2 by the bookies.

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