The Linnets welcome old rivals Tamworth to The Walks at the weekend in what is the last home Saturday fixture of the season.
Lynn will be looking to return to winning ways following last weekend’s 2-0 reverse at Banbury United where they were unable to turn their chances and superior possession into goals.
Town still sit third in the Southern Premier Central Division table and hold a two point advantage over fourth-placed Alvechurch and are three points behind second-placed Stourbridge. All teams have four matches to play.
Tamworth have endured a difficult season and currently sit 11th in the table.
However the recent form has been good and last weekend they collected three points on the road at Royston Town.
They have also collected wins this season over Lynn's play-off rivals Stourbridge and Startford Town.
The reverse fixture between the two teams came way back in August when a Michael Clunan goal was enough to bring all three points back to Norfolk.
Lynn are expected to be without defender Joe Robinson again as he recovers from injury.
The trio of Michael Clunan, Ryan Jarvis and Ryan Hawkins will be assessed ahead of the weekend.
Hawkins missed out completely at Banbury due to an injury picked up in training and captain Clunan was deemed only fit enough for the bench as a precautionary measure, but was able to take to the pitch in the second half.
Jarvis limped off early with a dead leg picked up against the Puritans.
The reserves have no fixture this weekend.