Dunstable Town Football Club will fundraise for troubled Kettering Town when they face each other this evening.
KTFC yesterday announced a winding-up order had been granted by the High Court.
It relates to a £58,000 debt owed to Rushden and Diamonds - the company left over when Rushden and Diamonds FC was dissolved in 2011.
It was unclear whether tonight's match at Creasey Park Stadium would go ahead but Dunstable Town have this morning announced the game is still on.
The club will donate £1 to Kettering Town from ticket sales for every full-paying adult who attends. It's encouraging fans to turn out tonight and help boost the fundraising total.
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