The Linnets travel to Brackley Town on Tuesday evening (7.45pm) in confident mood following back to back home Vanarama National League North victories in the last week.
Both Kettering town and Hereford have been put to the sword over recent days, but Ian Culverhouse and his troops will know they have a tough assignment on their hands at St James Park against a team who have been touted as one of the favourites for promotion to next season’s National League.
Tuesday’s hosts hold 16th place in the early National League North table.
Having secured an opening day win Brackley slipped to two away defeats, the latest being a 2-0 reverse at Leamington on Saturday.
Lynn are again expected to use the same squad that has served them so well recently with no major injury concerns ahead of the game.
Fans travelling to support the Linnets on Tuesday evening are asked to read and take note of the restricted parking details available at St James Park that has been issued previously by the club.
The Linnets' youth team begin their Thurlow Nunn Youth League campaign on Monday evening with a home fixture with Holbeach United under-18s. The game has a 7.45pm kick-off.
King's Lynn continued their pre-season series of fixtures with a 3-0 win at Thorpe United ladies on Sunday.
Tiff Forshaw followed up her treble from the previous weekend with a brace while Becky Russell weighed in with the other goal.
The ladies complete their preparations for their news season on Sunday with a home friendly at River Lane against Peterborough United (2pm).