The Linnets face their second breed of Canaries in the space of five days on Wednesday with a visit to Top Field, the home of Hitchin Town (7.45pm).
Lynn eventually overcame Barwell’s challenge at The Walks on Saturday by a 3-2 margin with Wednesday’s hosts securing a surprise 2-1 victory over league leaders Stourbridge.
Below the league’s top two the next six teams are separated by only four points with Town manager Ian Culverhouse knowing that his teams have to continue accumulating the points to maintain their position of third.
Culverhouse said: "We have to keep doing what we have been doing and that’s collecting points both home and away.
"We wasn’t good at the weekend and we made life a lot more difficult for ourselves than really it should have been.
We didn’t really manage the game as we should have done at 2-0 and to concede goals in the manner we did was disappointing from my point of view.
"There's no doubting we have to be better on Wednesday because their tails will really be up following Saturday.
It was a good win for them and would have increased their confidence levels greatly.
"It’s always a tough place to go to and we know we are in for one hell of a battle as Hitchin will be at us from minute one."
The Linnets have the usual array of bumps and bruises and may be forced into a few changes.
"We have some knocks but we will wait and see," remarked Culverhouse.
"We will have a look at one or two on Wednesday and go from there.
"We were able to call on Michael Gash and Jordan Richards and bringing in Will (Mellors-Blair) gives me another option. It is what it is and we will go with what we have on the evening."