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Advance Train Ticket - Suggestions please

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Hi, We were booking our return ticket from Kendal Central to Cambridge on 8th May evening at 17:20 on National Rail website. Got the good deal in advance purchase. However we observed that there is no time gap for changing the train in London Euston. From London Euston we will be going to London Kings Cross using tube and then another train from there to Cambridge. Below is the route details :-

Kendal Central -> Lancaster using First Transpennine Express
Lancaster -> London Euston using Virgin Trains
Lon Euston -> London Kings Cross using Tube
London Kings Cross -> Cambridge using First Capital Connect

Can someone please suggest how feasible it is to take the tube with no time gap in London Euston.
As this is advance purchase, do we have flexibility to take another tube from Euston to Kings Cross, in case we miss the one mentioned in the route details on the national rail website.
Appreaciate your inputs please. Thanks.

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