Injury-hit King’s Lynn prepare to face struggling Cinderford

King's Lynn Town midfielder Michael Clunan is suspended for the visit of Cinderford. Picture: Ian Bu

King's Lynn Town midfielder Michael Clunan is suspended for the visit of Cinderford. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

Bottom-of-the-table Cinderford Town head to The Walks today looking to pick up their first away point of the season.

Lynn should go into the game with raised spirits, after their 2-1 win at Stourbridge in FA Trophy first round qualifying last weekend.

However the Linnets have to contend with several suspension and injury problems as they return to Southern Premier Division action.

Kurtis Revan and Michael Clunun are both suspended for the visit of the Foresters and Leon Mettam, Shaun McWilliams, Lee Stevenson, Ryan Fryatt and Matty Castellan are all expected to be unavailable through injury.

That leaves Gary Setchell with limited options ahead of the clash with the managerless Gloucestershire side, with skipper Sam Gaughran and Dan Quigley also one booking away from suspension.

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The Linnets have gone six league matches without a win but have drawn four of those games, whereas Cinderford have lost nine of their last 10 league games, drawing the other game.

After winning the South West League last season the Foresters were forced to accept promotion against their wishes and has to replace their entire playing and coaching staff.

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