The Linnets have their second home game in four days on Tuesday evening when they host Alvechurch in what could be described as a play-off ‘six-pointer' (7.45pm).
The original fixture, scheduled for early February, was postponed an hour before kick-off due to an area of the pitch which was deemed frozen by the referee.
With good weather predicted there is expected to be no problems this time in an eagerly-anticipated clash of the teams who currently occupy the third and sixth spots in the Southern Premier Central Division table.
Goals from Adam Marriott, Jordan Richards and an own goal saw Lynn maintain third spot with a hard fought 3-2 success over Hitchin Town at the weekend.
Stratford Town maintained pressure on the Linnets with a 2-1 win over Coalville Town, while Alvechurch were without a fixture after their scheduled home encounter with Barwell was postponed.
The Linnets are currently four points better off than tonight’s visitors having played two games more.
The reverse fixture between the two teams played in early November saw Lynn return home with all three points following a 3-0 success, thanks to goals from Ryan Hawkins and an Adam Marriott brace.
The game also marked Ian Culverhouse’s return to The Walks as manager, along with assistant Paul Bastock.
Lynn have no new injury concerns ahead of Tuesday with Aaron Jones expected to be the only absentee from Culverhouse’s squad as he serves the second of a three-match suspension.
BBC Radio Norfolk will be providing full match commentary from The Walks.
King's Lynn Town Reserves have a home league encounter with Diss Town on Wednesday evening (7.45pm).