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23 February 2021 Venue The Walks Stadium Attendance

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Match Preview: Kings Lynn Town (A)

22 February 2021

The Bees travel to The Walks Stadium to take on Kings Lynn Town in Vanarama National League action. Preview is association with LVBet.


Kings Lynn Town vs Barnet FC 

Tuesday 23rd February, 19:45 KO

The Walks Stadium 

Vanarama National League 


League Position: 22nd - 18 points (P19, W5, D3, L11)

Last result: Kings Lynn Town 0-1 Notts County - Tuesday 16th February 

Manager: Ian Culverhouse

Top Scorer: Adam Marriott - five goals

Our next opponents had the weekend off as their planned trip to Dover Athletic was called off. In their last match, they ran promotion hopefuls Notts County all the way, before falling to a narrow 1-0 defeat. Our hosts enjoyed a solid start to life in The National League, but have struggled to find any level of consistency to move away from the bottom end of the table. The Linnets come into this one without a win since November 21st, where they secured all three points with a 2-1 win over Dover Athletic. They picked up six points in that week, beating the Bees the Tuesday previous with a 2-0 win at The Hive London, as Jamal Loza scored both goals. 


Tim Flowers will be demanding a response from Saturday's defeat to Woking at The Hive London. The Bees never got going in a disappointing showing, which the Cards took full advantage of with a goal either side of half time to secure a 2-0 victory. They travel to The Walks Stadium knowing that a victory will take them to within three points of the Linnets, but they'll have to be at their best and match the efforts they showed last week as they triumphed over FC Halifax Town. Tuesday night games have been positive for the Bees, with 11 of our 12 points coming in midweek matches. If Flowers men can return with the points it'll be our first away win since the second game of the season, when we came from behind to take all three points off Dagenham and Redbridge. After taking the lead last time they were on their travels, the Bees will look to try and go that extra step and secure some valuable confidence boosting points. 

The Bees will head into the game with a couple of injury doubts after both Binnom-Williams and Richards-Everton picked up injuries during Saturday's defeat to Woking. Meanwhile, Harry Taylor will be available for selection again after serving a one-match ban after he picked up five yellow cards in our win against FC Halifax Town. 


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Kings Lynn Town will be streaming the game at a cost of £12.00

You can purchase your stream from The Linnets by CLICKING HERE.

Alternatively, you can follow live text updates via our Twitter account, where you will also find the post-match reaction 

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Match Reports

Match Report: Kings Lynn Town 5-1 Barnet

23 February 2021

On a extremely bleak evening at the Walks Stadium, the Bees were well beaten by Kings Lynn Town.

The Bees made a disastrous start at The Walks as the hosts took the lead inside seven minutes, as a swift Linnets counter attacker was touched home by Michael Gash. 

It was the former Bee at the double eight minutes later, as he powered a header home from six yards out, after the hosts broke down the Bees left-hand side. 

It took until the 30-minute mark for Flowers' men to respond as JJ Hooper latched onto a long ball forward before slotting the ball into the back of the net. 

The hosts responded well to conceding and almost restored their two goal advantage, only for Scott Loach to make an outstanding fingertip stop to turn the ball behind. 

Up the other end, the Bees were almost on level terms as Michael Petrasso burst into the box, but fizzed his effort wide of the near post. 

We came within inches just two minutes before the break as a fantastic Anthony Wordsworth free-kick was headed just wide of the goal. 

The Bees had a golden chance to draw level just after the restart but Harry Taylor could only poke his effort wide of the post. Meanwhile, up the other end, Kings Lynn came within inches of a third goal, as they struck an effort against the crossbar. 

It was soon 3-1 for the hosts just after the hour mark as Cameron King powered the ball under Loach and into the net. It was a very soft goal for the Bees to concede and put the home side in the ascendancy. 

The Bees never threatened after that point to get back into the game, 

The Bees crumbled in the final ten minutes and conceded a further two poor goals complied on the misery on a terrible night for Tim Flowers' men. 

Barnet: Loach, Connors (McQueen 20'), Dunne, Petrasso, Hooper, Kefalas, Taylor, Baker-Richardson, Judd, Daly, Wordsworth. 

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