The Linnets will be looking for a break in the recent bad weather when they return to Vanarama National League North action for the first time in a fortnight on Saturday.
Bradford Park Avenue visit The Walks with the Linnets raring to go following a blank weekend and Monday evening's late call-off at Gloucester City.
Linnets midfielder Ryan Jarvis said: We’ve got to get on with it and put what happened to bed.
“The lads are all disappointed but there’s nothing you can do about it.
“You can’t let any of these distractions affect the squad. We’ll train this week and prepare for Saturday. It’s another game we want to win.
“It’s another game we’ve got to focus on. It’s about chipping away and taking one game at a time.”
Lynn's visit to Bradford back in November wasn't without weather-related problems with the Linnets not arriving at Bradford's Horsfall Stadium until 10 minutes before the scheduled kick-off time due to road delays caused by serious flooding issues.
The game kicked off almost an hour late with the visitors eventually running out winners by a 3-2 margin, thanks to an Adam Marriott brace and a late Sonny Carey strike.
Ian Culverhouse is expected to be able to choose from a squad now only missing Ryan Fryatt and Michael Clunan who continue to progress following long-term injuries.
Bradford have endured a difficult season and will go into the game adrift at the bottom of the league table having recorded a single league away victory at Darlington to date.
Town will remember they were given a tough test by their visitors in the original fixture and will take nothing for granted at the weekend.
King's Lynn Town Reserves will be looking to continue their recent run of positive results when they visit Lakenheath in the Thurlow Nunn Division One North.
King's Lynn Town Ladies are also back in action also on Sunday when they host Needham Market in the ERWFL.