The Linnets return to The Walks at the weekend with Halesowen Town providing the opposition in another big afternoon of Southern Premier Central Division football (3pm).
Lynn will be looking to build upon their recent excellent run of form which has seen them collect a maximum haul of points from their last three games, two of which were against fellow play-off chasers Alvechurch and Stratford Town.
Last weekend’s 2-0 away success at Stratford saw Lynn move four points clear of the team they beat and they now find themselves just four points behind second-placed Stourbridge as the season builds to a nail-biting conclusion.
Manager Ian Culverhouse has heaped praise on the club’s supporters following their last two wins and chairman Stephen Cleeve has urged the Town and the surrounding area to get behind the Linnets for their final three home games of the regular season.
Cleeve said: "Our regular hardcore of support this season has again been fantastic.
"However, it is always nice to have a few more people in the ground to generate that extra noise which we all heard when we played Alvechurch.
"It can make all the difference to the team and we now really need that support for the next month to get us over the line."
Halesowen Town arrive at The Walks on Saturday sitting in 21st position in the league table following a wretched season.
To date they have recorded just one away win this season which came at basement side Bedworth United.
The reverse fixture between the teams in September ended in a 2-2 draw with Lynn's goals coming from Craig Parker and Harry Limb.
Lynn Reserves are without a fixture at the weekend following their six-goal thriller with Downham Town on Wednesday evening. They are next in action on Friday, April 5, when Swaffham Town are the visitors to the Walks.
The Friends of the Linnets are organising a supporters' coach for the big game at Stourbridge on the final day of the season.
Anyone interested should make their intentions known to Sue Wilson in the club shop at Saturday's game.