The Bees will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to three matches – when travelling to face King’s Lynn Town in the Vanarama National League on Tuesday evening (19:45).
Bees fans are still able to purchase their tickets online through King’s Lynn Town’s website.
This can be found by clicking HERE!
Once purchased, fans will receive two separate emails. The first will include ticket confirmation and the second will have your e-ticket attached to.
You can either print your ticket off or show it from your mobile device to enter the ground.
Adults – £21
Concessions, Seniors (65+) – £19
Junior 16 & Under – £5
Adults – £23
Concessions, Seniors (65+) – £21
Junior 16 & Under – £11
Tickets are available to buy on the day, however King’s Lynn is advising fans to book online, prior to the game.
KING’S LYNN TOWN
Nickname: The Linnets
Stadium: The Walks Stadium (8,200 capacity)
Manager: Ian Culverhouse
Top scorer: Brett McGavin (2)
Position in table: 19th
In: Dan Bowry (Cheltenham), Junior Morias (St. Mirren), Paul Jones (unassigned), Gold Omotayo (Wrexham FC), Munashe Sundire (St Albans City), Pierce Bird (Eastleigh FC), Luis Fernandez (Stevenage FC), Malachi Linton (Wycombe Wanderers), Joe Rowley (Chesterfield FC), Tai Fleming (Lowestoft Town), Flo Tsaguim (Wisbech Town), Joe Gascogoine (Wisbech Town).
Out: Alfie Payne (Braintree Town), Alex Brown (Kettering Town), Ryan Jarvis (Lowestoft Town), Jordan Davies (Connah’s Quay), Simeon Jackson (Chelmsford City), Alex Babos (Banbury United), Tai Fleming (Lowestoft Town, loan), Jordan Richards (Brackley Town), Rory McAuley (Bedford Town), Michael Gash (Peterborough Sports), Chris Smith (Kettering Town), Theo Richardson (Buxton FC), Flo Tsaguim (Wisbech Town, loan), Joe Gascoigne (Wisbech Town, loan), Sonny Carey (Blackpool FC), Dayle Southwell (Alfreton Town), Luis Fernandez (Stevenage FC, loan), Malachi Linton (Wycombe Wanderers), Joe Rowley (Chesterfield FC).
LAST TIME OUT
Barnet FC 0 – 0 FC Halifax Town
Vanarama National League
Bees: Sargeant, Richards-Everton, Taylor, Thomas, Payne, Flanagan (Hall 69’), Brundle, Beard (Widdowson 49’), Marriott (Bloomfield 70’), Powell, Mason-Clark. Subs (not used): Oxborough, Fonguck.
Maidenhead United 2 – 3 King’s Lynn Town
Vanarama National League
King’s Lynn Town: Jones, Jones, Bowry, Rowley, Callan-McFadden, Fernandez, Barrows, Coleman, Omotayo, Clunan (McGavin 81’), Morias (Linton 22’). Subs (not used): Gyasi, Sundire, Walker.
ONE TO WATCH
The defensive midfielder progressed through Ipswich Town’s youth system, after joining in 2009.
He signed his first professional contract in February 2019 and after completing two short loan spells at Bury Town and Concord Rangers, McGavin made his debut for the Tractor Boys in November 2019 – an EFL Trophy match at Colchester United.
McGavin went on to make four appearances during the 2019/20 season for the Suffolk-based side.
Another loan spell followed the 21-year-old as he spent a month at Ayr United before joining King’s Lynn Town on a season-long loan at the start of this season from Ipswich.
Despite being in his early 20’s, McGavin brings a vast amount of experience to the Linnets, having played in Scotland and a top standard of English football.
The Suffolk-born player also provides a strong attacking option and is the Linnets’ top goalscorer this season with two goals, including a last-minute winner in their previous match.
Referee: Lloyd Wood
Assistant Referee: Jacob Lehane
Assistant Referee: Timothy Walker
Fourth Official: Paul Quick
COME ON YOU BEES!