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Preview: King's Lynn Town (H)

28 March 2024

Match Previews

Preview: King's Lynn Town (H)

28 March 2024

The Iron return to the Attis Arena looking to bounce back following a slender defeat at the in-form side in the league Spennymoor Town.

The Iron host King’s Lynn Town at the Attis Arena on Good Friday (3pm kick-off) looking to bounce back and continue the previous form which had seen the side win three in a row.

In the reverse fixture the Iron were defeated 3-1, after going 1-0 up through Andrew Boyce before King’s Lynn came back with Josh Coulson scoring, then a brace from George Morrison.


Tickets are available for the game, with information here.


Jimmy Dean (click here to watch on Iron Player).

Callum Roberts (click here to watch on Iron Player).


Will Evans moves onto the third of his four-game absence through suspension following his second red card of the campaign against Banbury United last time out at the Attis Arena.

Callum Roberts came through his first start since January following a hamstring injury, while Alfie Beestin and Jason Law have both been back in training following their injuries. Beestin is set to see a foot specialist to discover the full extent of his problem.


King’s Lynn sit 17th in the table, six points ahead of the relegation zone but are going into this game in great form.

The Linnets are unbeaten in their last 10 games picking up six wins and four draws. In their last clash they got a late goal to pick up a massive point against table toppers Tamworth.

A key player for our opponents is ex-Iron player Jonathon Margetts. Margetts joined the Iron in the 2016-17 season, and has recently signed in the January transfer market after he had netted over 30 goals for Matlock Town in the Northern Premier Division, and has not disappointed since stepping up a division.

Margetts has got himself seven goals since signing and has six goals in his last five. King’s Lynn have the joint second best form in the division and have hit form at the right time and now look likely to avoid relegation. Adam Lakeland’s time at King’s Lynn has been turbulent to say the least but he looks to have turned their form around after struggling since being hired in late-September.

For more information on our hosts, click here.


The referee will be David Jones, while the assistants are Matthew Friend and Minesh Gupta. There is no fourth official at this level.


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Our full record against King's Lynn Town is as follows:

LEAGUE 0 0 1
TOTAL 0 0 1

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