The Linnets have their second home fixture of the week on Saturday when Kings Langley visit The Walks (3pm).
Following defeat at Weymouth last weekend Town got back to winning ways as second half goals from Craig Parker and Michael Gash saw off a spirited Hitchin Town 2-0.
King’s Langley arrive sitting in 21st position in the Southern Premier table having secured one victory a 4-1 win at Dunstable Town, from their ten games played.
Speaking to www.kltown.co.uk manager Ian Culverhouse is looking for a continuation of his teams good home form ahead of Saturday’s clash.
"Our home form has been something I have been very pleased with’ admitted Culverhouse.
"We have played the six games, winning 5 of them, Scoring 13 goals and conceding only 1 in the process you really cannot ask for too much else, It is something that we must continue because the other sides with us at the top of the table keep winning so we have to match them week by week.
Kings Langley have not had the best of starts and will be wanting to turn things around as soon as possible and obviously we don’t want them to begin that at our place’.
The boss also had praise for the clubs supporters following the 1000+ gate achieved on Tuesday evening and has asked for more of the same over the coming weeks.
I thought they were superb in the week. They stuck with us in the first half and when we rewarded them with the goals in the second half. I know we had some new faces in to see Grant and Simon and I really hope we done enough to make sure they keep coming back to see us play.
The extra support and noise makes a hell of a difference to the lads I can tell you’.
Leon Mettam will again be missing on Saturday due to injury, Latest reports indicate he may be available for selection in around two weeks.
A presentation will be made to Ryan Fryatt prior to kick off, courtesy of Friends Of The Linnets, to mark His recent 250th appearance for the club.
The Reserves are on the road again as they travel to Holland FC for a Thurlow Nunn Division one fixture.