Alfreton Town head to the Walks for the second time this season for an Emirates FA Cup Second Qualifying Round Replay, kick off is 7.45pm.
We played out a 1-1 draw at the Impact Arena on Saturday with David Lynch firing in the equaliser with a fantastic shot from outside the box to ensure there would be a third meeting between the two sides this season.
The first game on Saturday was an interesting one as it presented two of the National League North's highest scorers against each other in what was a difficult draw for both sides. Kings Lynn dominated the opening 20 minutes and deservedly took the lead as Marriott raced onto Gash's flick on, to lob Charlie Andrew who had raced out to intercept.
The Reds equalised thanks to David Lynch's low curling effort just before the break, the second half saw Alfreton dominate but the final ball lacked throughout the half with Amari Morgan-Smith's penalty miss being the biggest chance of the half that went begging.
Never the less we must do it all again with the Linnets tomorrow night to book our spot in the Third Qualifying Round in what will be another difficult test away from home.
We head into tomorrow's game having lost our last two away games, this comes after two straight wins on the road prior. Saturday's draw was a good reaction to the Kettering defeat but Billy Heath will be eager to progress with a trip to Leek Town awaiting the winners.
Kings Lynn have started the new season strongly and are sitting in third place in the league table. They sit a point off the top with only one defeat so far this season which came away to Guiseley (3-0) on the opening day.
Kings Lynn Home Form: P6, W5, D1, L0.
The Linnets head into the fixture off the back to three straight draws in all competitions but they are unbeaten in their last 11 games. Tomorrow's tie pits two of the National League North's highest scorers with the Reds bagging 23 goals this season and Kings Lynn scoring 24.
The Walks Stadium, Tennyson Road, King's Lynn PE30 5PB.
There is plenty of street parking near to ground, otherwise town centre car parks are a short walk. The nearest town centre car park is St James Multi Storey (PE30 1BT).
Adults: £15 (terrace), £17 seated, Concessions: £13 (terrace) £15 seated, 16-17yrs and students: £9 terrace, £11 seated, Under 16's: £2 (terrace or seat)
Reds can purchase tickets in advance via: https://kingslynntownfc.ktckts.com/event/klt1920fac2q/kings-lynn-town-v-alfreton-town
or on the gate on arrival but advanced purchase online is advised to avoid queues.
Information for travelling Reds:
For those who buy tickets online you do not need to go to the ticket office on arrival, just show your printed ticket or ticket on your phone at the turnstile to enter. The Ticket office is located at one end of the main stand, near Tennyson Road and the away coaches car park.
Toilet blocks can be found at each end of the main stand. Disabled toilets are available at the block nearest the entrance gate. Mens, Ladies & Disabled toilets can also be found in the bar.
The ground has both a cafe and bar. The cafe serves hot/cold drinks along with cans of alcohol. The bar serves both draft/canned alcohol and soft drinks which can be taken outside. There is also a tea hut by the entrance to the main bar.
The BBQ/hot food area is at the far side of the stand when you enter the ground. Both the cafe and bar have BT Sport.
Form (Last five):
Reds - WLWLD
Kings Lynn - WWDDD
FA Cup Second Round Qualifying, Saturday 21st September 2019: ATFC 1-1 Kings Lynn