Can King’s Lynn cause a big FA Cup upset?
Already this season, the Linnets have played five FA Cup matches to get this far, starting way back in mid-September.
They saw off Bedford Town in a replay, beat both Kettering Town and Ashington before dumping out Doncaster Rovers earlier this month.
Substitute Gold Omotayo snatching a shock 1-0 victory at the Keepmoat Stadium.
So now, King’s Lynn are into the second round for just the second time, seeking a first-ever place in round three.
In their way are Stevenage, who ply their trade in League Two, two divisions above their hosts.
The Boro overcame Gateshead in round one, so are seeking to get into the third round for the first time since 2017.
Right now, Steve Evans’ side are second in the fourth-tier, and could hardly come into this tie in better form.
Will The Walks witness a big shock?
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