The Linnets begin a series of three tough away games in a week on Tuesday evening with the relatively short journey to St Neots Town (7:45pm kick off)
At the weekend Town maintained their four point advantage at the top of the Southern Premier Division table with a workman like 3-1 win over Redditch United at The Walks. Two of the goals, both penalty kicks, came from Michael Clunan but the Linnets will be without his services as he begins a 3 match suspension for his red card collected at Biggleswade last week.
Speaking to www.kltown.co.uk manager Ian Culverhouse is relishing his sides upcoming run of fixtures.
“It’s what you are in football for to test yourself and see how you cope with things’ said Culverhouse.
“Yes it’s a tough little set of games but other teams are facing just the same. It’s a big league with a lot of games so you roll your sleeves up and get on with the task you face and that is what we will be doing. I have heard some good reports on St Neots and I hear the surface is excellent so it could be a very attractive game of football to watch.
“I was pleased with Saturday’s result and afterwards the players were buzzing and happy and rightly so. However that has now gone, we have the 3 points that were available to us and we travel with renewed confidence and determination to do a job’.
The reserves travel to Wroxham on Tuesday evening for a Thurlow Nunn League Cup encounter (7:45).