Kings Lynn Town v Woking preview: Team news, predicted lineups and ones to watch.
Woking striker Inih Effiong has eleven goals this season. Credit to David Holmes / @davidholmes54 on Twitter

Woking travel to Kings Lynn Town for the third time this season. After the previous two attempts to play this fixture were postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, there shouldn't be any problems this time around, with the sun expected to shine in Norfolk.

Team News:

The Cards have several players unavailable for their trip to the Walks, with Louie Annesley a doubt after limping off against Grimsby on Saturday. Kyran Lofthouse, David Longe-King and Jermaine Anderson are still injured, whilst Jack Roles and Rohan Ince are serving the final game of their suspensions. 

Lynn have been rocked by the news that club captain Michael Clunan is in talks with Notts County ahead of a potential move to Meadow Lane. The midfielder has not featured recently for Lynn and is therefore a doubt for this fixture.  Otherwise, Lynn have no real selection issues apart from long term absentee Kyle Callan-McFadden.

Predicted Lineups: 

Kings Lynn Town: Paul Jones, Aaron Jones, Dan Bowry, Josh Coulson, Munashe Sundire, Ross Barrows, Tyler Denton, Cam Hargreaves, Olly Scott, Josh Barrett, Malachi Linton.

Woking: Craig Ross, Josh Casey, Moussa Diarra, Joe McNerney, Oliver Pendlebury, Tom Champion, Solomon Nwabuokei, Max Kretzschmar, Tyreke Johnson,  Inih Effiong, Nicke Kabamba.

Form Guide:

Kings Lynn Town: DLDLLD

Woking: DLLDLL

Ones to watch:

Woking striker Inih Effiong is their top scorer, with 11 goals so far in the league, whereas Lynn striker Malachi Linton, on loan from Wycombe has just five goals, but impressed on the weekend at Solihull Moors.

Previous meetings

Lynn and Woking have only met twice before, both last season. Former Lynn forward Jamar Loza netted twice in a 3-2 win at the Walks on October 31st 2020. He moved to Woking in December 2020, and would net against the Linnets in a 3-0 win for the Cards on 6th March 2021.


Where to watch

There is no TV coverage of this game, but BBC Surrey will be running a radio commentary from the Walks.