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Kings Lynn Town
Kings Lynn Town
UP NEXT for Harriers is a return to Aggborough to face high-flying King's Lynn Town.
This is a re-arranged fixture after the planned meeting with the Linnets was postponed on 26 October.
King's Lynn were held to a 2-2 draw against Altrincham in their last outing, but have made a splendid start to life in National League North.
Here's our preview, in partnership with league sponsor, LV Bet:
Ed Williams on following up York draw against King's Lynn:
"We were really pleased with the result, and performance especially.
"There are a lot of positives to take from the performance, and we want to take that into Tuesday.
"We need to start building momentum now - it's all about momentum and hopefully we can get the three points on Tuesday.
"[The last week] has been two really long journeys but we've got to recover right and go again."
Harriers don't have any new injury worries to contend with ahead of the game, with Rhys Williams still being assessed as to whether he is able to feature after breaking his nose against Darlington last week.
The youngster isn't expected to miss a prolonged period of time and will be check against ahead of Tuesday.
Admission and tickets
While admission is pay-at-the-turnstile at Aggborough Stadium, Harriers fans sitting in the Main Stand will be able to purchase their tickets in advance, online.
Our ticketing platform allows fans to order and print tickets online, before presenting them at the turnstile.
All away supporters can pay on the day.
Free admission to Armed Forces...
OUR home game against King’s Lynn Town will be FREE to enter to any present or past members of the Armed Forces.
To take up the offer, any such supporters will simply need to show ID at the turnstiles. Following consultation with the National League and Tickets for Troops, we can confirm that any of the following will be accepted:
- An active, current Armed Forces ID Card
- An Official Armed Forces Defence Discount Card
- An UK Armed Forces Veterans ID card
We look forward to welcoming members of the Armed Forces family to Aggborough for the match, before which we will be able to pay our respects to those who have fallen, and continue to make sacrifices.
At the time of writing, Harriers are 27/20 to record a victory against the Linnets.
In a more extreme case of odds, you can get a massive 66/1 on the Reds repeating the 5-1 score line from the last time the two sides met.
More than 70 match markets are available with our betting partner, FansBet.
Over 18s only – please bet responsibly. Odds correct at the time of writing.
In Tuesday's match day programme, there's an interview with recent signing, Ash Hemmnings.
There's match reports, photos and opinion pieces, plus an in-depth update from our Junior Academy.
The issue will be on sale for £3 in and around the ground.
Do I know you?
Current Linnets marksman Michael Gash heads the list of players to have turned out for both of these two sides.
Gash spent a goal-laden spell with Harriers between 2013 and 2015, and has led the line for Lynn with real aplomb in the last couple of years.
Lathaniel Rowe-Turner, Martin Brittain, Marc Goodfellow, Iyseden Christie and Simon Weaver are all among the names to have worn both shirts.
Harriers have never met this incarnation of King's Lynn, with the club having re-formed less than a decade ago.
There were some 19 meetings between Harriers and the 'old' King's Lynn, the first being back in 1972.
The last meeting was in the FA Cup in 2008. Matthew Barnes-Homer, Russ Penn, Brittain, Brian Smikle and Justin Richards all netted in a 5-1 win for Mark Yates' Reds.
Team news on Saturday will appear here (see the line-ups tab), in the news section of the website and on social media from around 7:00pm
Follow the whole game with live updates on social media and with match stats here (see the match stats tab), with a full report and post-match reaction following after the final whistle.