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Chance for King’s Lynn Town to extend lead at top of the table against Royston Town

Ian Culverhouse's King's Lynn Town side entertain Royston Town this evening. Picture: Archant

Ian Culverhouse's King's Lynn Town side entertain Royston Town this evening. Picture: Archant

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King’s Lynn Town return to action at home to Royston Town this evening (kick-off 7.45pm) looking to maintain their Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division title challenge.

The Linnets were without a game at the weekend due to other clubs’ involvement in the FA Trophy, which Ian Culverhouse’s men exited at the hands of Mildenhall last month.

It did at least give Lynn the chance of a rest and it will be a full week since they were last in action when they claimed an impressive 2-1 win at Banbury.

Goals from Michael Clunan and Cameron Norman secured the victory that night and another three points this evening would keep Lynn top of the table.

Second-placed Kettering are currently a point behind having played a game fewer whilst Slough sit third, three points off top spot with two games in hand.

Lynn could extend their advantage on both sides this evening with both in Challenge Cup action.

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