WATCH: This season’s Norfolk Senior Cup final between Ian Culverhouse’s King’s Lynn Town and Thurlow Nunn Premier Division side Fakenham Town is LIVE on Monday night

Dereham Town celebrate their 2016 Norfolk Senior Cup final victory at Carrow Road. This year's final

Dereham Town celebrate their 2016 Norfolk Senior Cup final victory at Carrow Road. This year's final will see King's Lynn Town and Fakenham Town clash to pose for the same image. Picture: Neil Smith / acorn-studios.uk - Credit: Archant

King's Lynn Town and Fakenham Town do battle in Norfolk's non-league football showpiece final on Monday night – and you can watch it LIVE, right here.

Ian Culverhouse bids to win his first piece of silverware as Linnets manager, while Fakenham Town will aim to say thank you to departed manager Wayne Anderson, when the pair clash at Carrow Road (7.30pm) in this year's Norfolk Senior Cup final.

And we are providing full live coverage of the game on our Norfolk Now YouTube channel, with Michael Bailey, Jake Watson and former Dereham Town manager Matt Henman covering all the angles as both sides look to finish their respective seasons on a high.

Both sides needed penalties to shake off their semi-final opponents, with Evo-Stik Southern League Lynn pipping Norwich United and the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division Ghosts disposing of Harleston Town.

Fakenham will wear their changed strip of white shirts, black shorts and socks for the final having been drawn as the designated away side; meaning the Linnets will play in their traditional blue and gold.


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The final will see the return of Norwich City stalwart Culverhouse to Carrow Road, where he was an ever-present right back and then assistant manager under Paul Lambert.

Fakenham will once again have Neil Jarvis in caretaker charge, following Anderson's surprise departure last month.

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