The Linnets will be hoping for a big improvement in the weather this week as they prepare for two tough test's of their credentials in the North West of England spread over five days. Altrincham provide the weekend test but it's Chester who Town have firmly in their sights on Tuesday evening (1885 Arena, 7:45pm).
Lynn have had no competitive action since February 1st , suffering postponements at Gloucester last week and Saturday when storm Dennis ensured there would be no chance of Bradford PA visiting The Walks. Ian Culverhouse has put his squad through their paces on the training pitch in between times but will also be keen to see his team back in the heat of battle on the field with the regular season approaching it's final two months of action.
Fourth placed Chester are one of the league's big hitters and have been in or around the league's play off places for all of the season to date. The corresponding fixture between the sides took place back in October at The Walks when an exciting fixture saw the teams share four goals in front of almost 1700 fans in attendance who witnessed an Adam Marriott brace for the home team. Tuesday's hosts also boast, as you would expect, a good home record suffering just two defeats to York City and Curzon Ashton , scoring over 30 goals in the process. Like Lynn, Chester were also inactive over the weekend as their trip to Alfreton Town was also postponed.
The Linnets are expected to be able to choose from a full squad on Tuesday evening, apart from skipper Michael Clunan and Ryan Fryatt who continue to recover from long term lay offs.
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