Linnets looking to end losing run

King's Lynn Town boss Adam Lakeland <i>(Image: Ian Burt)</i>
King's Lynn Town boss Adam Lakeland (Image: Ian Burt)

King’s Lynn Town return to The Walks on Tuesday night looking to get back to winning ways – and out of the National League North relegation zone.

Manager Adam Lakeland’s Linnets host Banbury United - a fixture that was postponed 10 days ago during freezing weather conditions.

A home win would take Lynn above Rushall Olympic and level on points with Banbury, who currently have a goal difference that is one better than the Linnets.

However, Lynn will have to reverse a run which has seen them lose three games on the trot – in the FA Trophy at Stourbridge then league games at Scarborough Athletic and high-flying Tamworth.

Postponements have meant Banbury haven’t played since November 25 when they lost 1-0 at home to Curzon Ashton.

The visitors are expected to include former Linnets Tai Fleming and Ken Charles in their squad.