A busy week of action for all three of the club's teams gets underway on Tuesday evening with the first team travelling to Leiston for their latest Southern Premier, Central Division fixture.
On the same night, the reserves face local rivals March Town United at The Walks (7.45pm starts).
On Saturday, the Linnets were held to a frustrating goalless draw by a determined Stratford Town outfit but will be travelling to Victory Road in good heart, according to joint boss Rob Back.
Back said: "We were all down after Saturday. We didn’t create enough chances as we should have done but some were created and on another day some of those go in and the points are yours.
"We talk about fine lines and we all saw that at the weekend. Adam Marriott’s shot is going in but a defender does his job, diverts the ball away and the corner comes to nothing. We just need to find our clinical touch up front again and we will then be fine.
"The lads can do it as they proved in the wins over Stafford and Banbury and the quality is most certainly there.
"Stratford came with a plan to stifle us and fair play to them it worked. You would expect Leiston to be more on the front foot and that will probably suit us.
"Having said that, when the chances do come along, we must take them and we do have more than enough quality to be taking them."
Leiston have begun the season well, occupying fourth place in the league. At the weekend they secured a convincing 4-0 home victory over Halesowen Town.
Lynn Reserves left it late to record a 3-2 victory at Cornard United at the weekend and will be keen to secure more points in this mid-table Walks battle of two teams locked on 15 points.
A preview of the Linnet’s under-18s home FA Youth cup clash with Dereham Town will appear here on Wednesday.
In the first qualifying round of the FA Trophy, King's Lynn Town will travel to Northern Premier League outfit Buxton on Saturday, October 27.