Top scorer Lee Stevenson back as King’s Lynn Town prepare for huge test at Leamington

Lee Stevenson, right, missed Lynn's win last time out through suspension. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES

Lee Stevenson, right, missed Lynn's win last time out through suspension. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES - Credit: Lindsey Parnaby/Focus Images Ltd

King's Lynn Town will be able to call upon some extra firepower when they locks horns with a play-off rival.

The Linnets were without their top goalscorer at the weekend as they moved up to fifth in the Southern League Premier Division by beating Bedworth United 3-0. But 13-goal Lee Stevenson is eligible for selection today after completing his one-game suspension on Saturday as Gary Setchell's side get ready for a huge test at seventh-placed Leamington.

Lynn's boss said: 'After the next three games we'll know where we are.

'We've got Leamington, who are coming on a wet sail, and have just had a couple of magnificent away peformances. Then we've got Hungerford and then Dorchester. If games were called six-pointers, in the next three we can win 18.'

Midfielder David Bridges is ruled out while youngster Liam Fryatt has joined Wroxham on a week-to-week loan deal to aid his development.


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