The Linnets return to League action tomorrow with a rearranged visit to Kings Langley.
Originally Hereford were due at The Walks but their involvement in the FA Trophy means that game will have to be arranged (No new date arranged)
Speaking to www.kltown.co.uk boss Ian Culverhouse said he was pleased to be able to fit in a fixture at relatively short notice.
“I’m pleased as to how the situation has worked out really” admitted Culverhouse.
“As soon as we found out the Hereford game was off I spoke with our secretary and we got something sorted.
“It wasn’t easy as there were few options open to us so I am grateful to Kings Langley for agreeing the switch of date, I am very keen to continue the recent momentum we have achieved and see how we push on from there.
“One thing I do know is that we will need all of the fight and mental toughness we showed last weekend at Basingstoke to pick up a result on Saturday, They gave us a scare at our place in October and I do not want any repeat of that this time around.
“I felt we were very solid last weekend at Basingstoke, We showed an awful lot of fight and resilience to get the job done and return with maximum points.
“I told the lads afterwards to expect a lot more of those type of games between now and the end of the season, There is still lots of work to do and we all must ensure our work ethic and commitment remain at a high level’.
The host’s currently sit 21st in the Southern Premier Division and have 2 home wins to their name. Lynn will be looking to complete a league double having won the corresponding fixture by a 3-2 margin in October, The goals on that day coming from Michael Clunan and a Tom Siddons brace.
Meanwhile Rob Back is back at the helm for the reserves who travel to Debenham LC in the Thurlow Nunn Division one.