4 April 2022

Match preview: King’s Lynn Town (A)

  • Men's

Bromley travel to Kings Lynn Town tomorrow evening on Matchday 34 of the National League season.

The Opposition 

King’s Lynn sit 21st in the National League, on 25 points from 36 matches.

The Linnets have picked up seven points from their last five league matches, beating Aldershot 3-0 and Halifax 2-0, as well as drawing with Dover.

Their top scorer is Malachi Linton, who has scored eight goals in the National League. 

The Norfolk outfit were promoted to the National League in 2020 following a first place finish in the National League North. In their first full season in the fifth tier following promotion, they finished 21st.

The Opposition Manager

Tommy Widdrington was appointed by Kings Lynn on 10th December 2021, with the side sitting in 22nd.

In 20 games in charge in all competitions, Widdrington has won five matches, drawing four and losing eleven.

Previously, he has managed Eastbourne Borough and Bristol Rovers on two occasions as a caretaker manager. At Eastbourne, the 50 year old managed 263 matches, winning on 97 occasions.

The Last Meeting

Bromley last took on King’s Lynn on 20th November 2021 at Hayes Lane, with the score ending 3-2 to the Ravens.

King’s Lynn opened the scoring through Jayden Davis in the sixth minute.

The Ravens responded just before half time as Michael Cheek scored his 11th of the season.

The Linnets retook the lead through a long range Ross Barrows strike in the 51st minute.

Two goals in eight minutes saw Bromley take all three points, the first of which was a close range James Alabi goal and the second was an instinctive Michael Cheek finish to complete the comeback.


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