Lewis Turner’s 92nd-minute winner against Blyth Spartans on Tuesday night has given The Celts a massive lift going into tomorrow’s game against King’s Lynn Town.

Gaffer Clayton Donaldson said: “When you win a game like that it puts you on a high after 91 minutes of huffing and puffing, and it shows we always go to the wire, just as we did in the home game against Curzon Ashton.

“We’ve not had much luck recently and it was good to get the three points on Tuesday. I was especially pleased for Lewis Turner on his 150th appearance. He’s come back from a bad injury, has put in such hard work and discipline into his rehabilitation and all that paid off on Tuesday. He’s a good lad and a great professional. We played well, just as we have been doing for a while, and we need to take that form into Saturday.”

Clayton knows the Celts will need to be at their best if they are to secure maximum points against fourth-bottom King’s Lynn tomorrow, then a home game against fifth-bottom Rushall Olympic at The Citadel on Tuesday. They’re crucial games which could determine the nature of the rest of the season for the mid-table Celts.

“They’re both tricky games,” Clayton added. “King’s Lynn had a great result [3-1 at Brackley] last week and we need to be at our best and everybody needs to be at it.

“These are teams that are fighting for their lives and are going to be giving everything. Our form has been good and we need to make sure we are fully focussed and on our game. I’m looking forward to it and I hope it’s a good game for our fans who are making the long journey tomorrow!”

Team news

Rudy Misambo is still suspended following his red card at Tamworth. Conor Branson will return from suspension but Farsley face an anxious wait to see if Tom Allan has had last week’s red card overturned on appeal.

Darren Stephenson has returned to full training, but is short of match fitness following an injury sustained at Southport in November.

There are no new injury concerns following the Blyth Spartans match.

How are King’s Lynn faring?

King’s Lynn Town currently occupy the fourth of four relegation spots in National League North and have secured seven points from the last nine as they seek to avoid the dreaded drop. They are managed by former Celts and Curzon Ashton boss Adam Lakeland, who took over the club towards the end of last year.

Last time we played at King’s Lynn

A sensational 94th-minute strike enough to earn a 2-1 win at promotion-chasing  King’s Lynn Town last March.

Farsley’s new loanee Theo Williams ran half the length of the pitch to shoot past Town keeper Sam Blair deep into stoppage time to earn the gutsy visitors a vital three points in their battle against relegation – and dent the home side’s title hopes at the same time.

Town’s Tommy Hughes had earlier cancelled out Frank Mulhern’s first half opener.

Read the match report here.

Kick-off time

The match kicks off at 3pm.

Ticket news & supporters’ information

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Food & drink

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