It’s the final league match of the season on Saturday with the Linnets travelling to eighth placed Chesham United in the Southern Premier Division (3pm).
Following the midweek fixtures Lynn know that a win would guarantee second spot in the league thus ensuring home advantage for Wednesday evening’s play-off game and if they were successful next week the play-off final would take place at The Walks on Bank Holiday Monday ( 7th May).
However any other result tomorrow could see any kind of scenario occurring come 4:50pm on Saturday.
Speaking to www.kltown.co.uk manager Ian Culverhouse stated he was only interested in preparing his side for Saturday and further games will look after themselves.
“We now have the situation back in our hands and it’s up to us now to grab the bull by the horns and take advantage of that. The focus of the players, and myself for that matter, remains solely on the job in hand and ourselves. It’s now not about anyone else or other matters it’s about gaining a vital win for this football club.
“ I have been so impressed all season with this groups willing and desire to achieve an end reward and they have put their bodies on the line now for nine months and achieved a remarkable improvement for a team who finished mid table last term. We are prepared, we are ready and Saturday cannot come quick enough.
Chesham have a good home league record this season with only five defeats to date and were the only side to record victory at The Walks this season by a 1-0 margin back in November.
The Walks hosts the final game of the season for the Reserves on Saturday when they tackle AFC Sudbury Reserves in the Thurlow Nunn League Division one. This game also has a 3pm kick off.