King’s Lynn Town look to consolidate top spot at St Neots Town

Ian Culverhouse takes his King's Lynn side to St Neots Town on Tuesday evening. 
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Ian Culverhouse takes his King's Lynn side to St Neots Town on Tuesday evening. Picture: Geoff Moore/Focus Images Ltd

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King’s Lynn Town will look to consolidate their position at the top of the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division when they travel to St Neots this evening (kick-off 7.45pm).

The Linnets are four points clear at the summit following their 3-1 win over Redditch on Saturday courtesy of goals from Michael Clunan (2) and Cameron Norman.

King’s Lynn are seven matches unbeaten since they tasted defeat against Chesham at The Walks, the same day the club announced that Grant Holt had left the club to join AFC Barrow.

Holt’s departure doesn’t appear to have upset Ian Culverhouse’s side’s promotion aspirations though with Lynn sitting pretty at the top of the division.

St Neots have got promotion ambitions of their own though and currently sit ninth in the table, seven points outside of the play-off places.

Fourth-placed Kettering Town, who are seven points behind Lynn but with two games in hand, entertain St Ives Town this evening.

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