Farnborough Town v King's Lynn Town
Saturday 9th December
It is a Canaries re-union on Saturday when Lynn travel to Farnborough for the first time.
Farnborough's squad includes striker Jamie Cureton who at the age of 42 is still scoring goals, notching eight league goals so far this season.
Cureton began his career at Norwich City in 1994 and has recorded over 700 Football League appearances scoring over 250 League goals.
He has a rather unique record of having played and scored in the top eight divisions in English football.
He has played and scored against Lynn before, playing the full 90 minutes when Norwich City visited The Walks in July 2007 at a time when Ryan Jarvis was also with the Canaries.

Farnborough had a number of seasons at Conference level but financial problems saw drop down the leagues falling from Ryman League Premier to the Central Division of the Southern League at the end of the 2015-16 season despite finishing 18th. They did, however, recover to gain promotion last season via the Central Division play-offs, fittingly as they did finish in second place some 13 points ahead of third placed Barton Rovers.
This season they have faired better away from home having managed just two home league wins and have failed to keep a clean sheet. On Wednesday evening Gosport Borough won their first away league game of the season when they defeated Farnborough 2-1 lifting them off the foot of the table.
Lynn have played Farnborough just once before, losing 4-0 at The Walks in a 4th qualifying round FA Cup tie in 2001.
Ground: Cherrywood Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 8UD
Admission: Adult £12, Concession (over 60 or disabled) £10, 16-21 year old £6, Under 16 FREE (Children 12 and under must be accompanied)
Programme: £2.

Meanwhile at The Walks Lynn Reserves host Cornard United (3 pm) while in the morning at Lynnsport in the Junior Premier League Lynn's Under 16s entertain table toppers Peterborough Sports at 9.30 and the Under 15s take on Woking at midday.