Ian Culverhouse has reassured King’s Lynn Town supporters that his side will be ready for Thursday night’s crunch top-of-the-table clash against Kettering Town at The Walks.
Culverhouse felt his side were a little off-colour during the goalless draw with Merthyr on Saturday and admitted that they will need to improve for the big rearranged game which was postponed from Easter Monday. The fourth-placed Poppies, along with both Weymouth and Slough, are chasing Lynn for second spot and, ultimately, home advantage in the play-offs and a bumper crowd is expected for the visit of Marcus Law’s side.
It promises to be a classic encounter between two in-form teams, who are unbeaten in seven and five matches respectively.
Culverhouse said: “It’s our biggest game of the season and we will be ready for Thursday, that’s for sure. We will regroup at training on Monday (last night) and go again against Kettering.
“The players are a little bit down in the changing room but that’s the beauty of football. There’s always another game around the corner to get straight back into it.”
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