Published: Friday, March 31st 2017

Looking Ahead: King's Lynn Town

Written by Jon Underwood

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Paul Stonehouse returns to the squad after missing the match at Frome.

With just five games remaining now, every game is vital

Jon Underwood

With just five games remaining now, every game is vital and we will be looking to extend our winning run at Arbour Park tomorrow against King's Lynn.

The away fixture was obviously a disaster for us, finding ourselves 5-0 down at half time, so we are aware they are a good side with an attacking threat. They have had a change in manager since then, and some change in playing personnel, so there will be a little bit of the unknown in terms of what we are facing but our focus will be on getting ourselves right.

We have a concern with Mark Nisbet who reported a slight neck injury after the game at Frome but we had expected this to have cleared up now. He was unable to train last night though and we will assess him tomorrow before making a decision.

Paul Stonehouse returns to the squad having missed last weekend's game but unfortunately Gavin James is away tomorrow at a close friend's wedding. We will therefore pick from the following 16 man squad:

Shaun Rowley, Sean Fraser, Paul Stonehouse, Mark Nisbet, Guy Hollis, Nathan Smart, Josh Jackman, Lee Togwell, Simon Dunn, Nathan Webb, Warren Harris, James Dobson, Lewis Putman, Chris Flood, Liam Enver-Marum, Callum Bunting.

The Vanarama National League South

Monday, 7th May

vs King's Lynn Town

Won 2-1 (Away)

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