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King's Lynn Town 0 Aldershot Town 1
Saturday 27th November
Saturday 27th November
Vanarama National
Chesterfield 17 20 36
Boreham Wood 17 13 35
Halifax Town 17 12 33
Grimsby Town 17 12 32
Notts County 18 8 32
Bromley 17 11 31
Wrexham 17 15 30
Stockport County 17 8 30
Solihull Moors 17 2 29
Dag & Red 18 10 26
Yeovil Town 16 2 25
Altrincham 17 5 24
Woking 17 4 24
Eastleigh 16 0 24
Barnet 17 -9 22
Wealdstone 17 -8 21
Torquay United 17 -6 18
Aldershot Town 17 -12 16
Weymouth 17 -15 15
Maidenhead Utd 15 -12 14
Southend United 16 -12 14
King's Lynn 17 -22 8
Dover Athletic 17 -26 -8

King's Lynn Town recorded their last home league victory in April when Altrincham were the visitors.
Saturday's defeat against Aldershot Town saw Lynn's dismal run reach 15 games without a home win, with just four points gained.
Described as a must win match against the 20th placed Shots, it was a game spoiled by the conditions with Lynn having the wind at the backs in the opening half and they were made to pay for their failure to take advantage.
Any plans manager Ian Culverhouse had for the game were thrown into disarray with midfielder Ethan Coleman calling off due to family reasons and defender Luis Fernandez picking up a back injury in the warm up.
Not for the first time this season, Lynn were reduced to naming three substitutes.
Aldershot, on the other hand were largely unchanged from the victory over Torquay with broken nose victim Kodi Lyons-Foster being replaced by new loan signing Joe Gubbins from QPR.
Lynn's had an early chance from the boot of Michael Clunan from some 25 yards which visiting keeper Laurie Walker tipped over and although the dominated in terms of possession and territorially they failed to create chances.
The weather continued to be a major influence with set pieces being the main threat on the defences.
Brett NcGavin put in some very promising free kicks but every time the Lynn forwards were unable to create any danger.
The only clear-cut chance from the visitors was a 25th minute header by Corey Jordan header which was on target but Paul Jones was equal to it.
The tables were turned on the restart with Jones producing a wonderful save to deny Lewis Kinsella's long range shot on 55 minutes and Kyle Callan-McFadden bravely heading away Tommy Willard cross away with Corie Andrews lurking.
Jones was again in action to save a deflected shot from Andrews but disaster struck in the 81st minute. Ken Charles, on his debut, lost possession and the resulting attack saw Alfie Whittingham head home Mikael Ndjoli's cross.
Michael Gyasi fired over for Lynn as they tried to respond but it wasn't Lynn's day and, with results elsewhere not going their way, it looks like it will not be their season.
Lynn: P Jones, Bowry, McFadden, Clunan, Omotayo, Gyasi, Linton (Charles 54), McGavin, A Jones, Sundire (Bird 69), Iontton (Barrett 49). Subs: Bird, Charles, Barrett. Booked: Iontton, Sundire
Aldershot: L Walker, Kinsella, Whittingham, Andrews (Vennings 90+3), Oxlade-Chamberlain, Glover, Jordan, Sylla, Saunders (Ndjoli 72), Willard, Gubbins. Subs: M Walker, Berkeley-Agyepong, Ndjoli, Vennings, Gorman. Booked: Kinsella. Scorer: Whittingham 81
Attendance: 785