The Linnets continue with their away days on Saturday as they travel to Farnborough for their latest Southern Premier Division fixture (3pm).
Town will be in good spirits following their 5-0 demolition of St Neots Town on Tuesday evening and a goal on Saturday will see them hit 50 league goals for the season to date.
Speaking to www.kltown.co.uk ahead of Saturday’s trip manager Ian Culverhouse confirmed that Tuesday’s win was good on a number of fronts.
“I thought our game management on the night was very good’ Culverhouse continued.
“They had a tricky, quick forward and, apart from a few runs, we isolated him and began to impose ourselves all over the park. They will say that the sending off changed the game but we were already a goal to the good and, In my opinion looking fairly comfortable.
“The clean sheet was another positive and the goals being shared around the lads will continue to breed confidence and galvanise us as a unit. Metts and Gashy deserved their goals and I was pleased for Simon to open his account for us.
“We now move on to Farnborough and in some ways it’s very similar to the trip to Kings Langley a few weeks ago where a few people thought we just had to turn up and the win was ours.
“I didn’t and the team didn’t and as it turned out they gave us a heck of a game and it was a very hard earned point we returned home with, Just as at any level of football there are no easy games to be had in this league.
“It is a very competitive set up and on their day any team is more than capable of beating any other, We picked up a few knocks and bruises the other night but everyone is ok and ready for the challenges ahead. Fraser is nearing a return so it’s really only Michael we will be missing’.
Lynn reserves host Cornard United in the Thurlow Nunn Division one ( Walks, 3pm).