• 7
    • Mallik Wilks Goal
  • 25
    • Sean Raggett Yellow Card
  • 32
    • Jordan Thorniley Yellow Card
  • 37
    • Ollie Palmer Goal
  • 42
    • Paul Farman (OG)
  • 45+1
    • Matthew Green Goal
  • 54
    • Sean McConville Yellow Card
  • 61
    • Sean Raggett Goal
  • 62
    • Mark Hughes Yellow Card
  • 65
    • On: Farrend Rawson | Off: Jordan Thorniley
  • 65
    • On: Kayden Jackson | Off: Jordan Clarke
  • 75
    • Alex Woodyard Yellow Card
  • 81
    • On: Robert Dickie | Off: Matthew Green
  • 85
    • Sean Long Yellow Card
  • 86
    • On: Ross Sykes | Off: Mallik Wilks
  • 86
    • On: Nathan Arnold | Off: Josh Ginnelly
  • 90+1
    • On: Matthew Rhead | Off: Ollie Palmer
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Lincoln City
No. Name
  1 Paul Farman   OG42'
  25 Sean Raggett  25' 61'
  5 Luke Waterfall
  3 Samuel Habergham
  2 Sean Long  85'
  4 Elliott Whitehouse
  30 Alex Woodyard  75'
  7 Josh Ginnelly
  86' 28  Nathan Arnold
  26 Harry Anderson
  10 Matthew Green  45'+1'
  81' 15  Robert Dickie
  8 Ollie Palmer  37'
  90'+1' 9  Matthew Rhead
  23 Neil Eardley
  32 Cameron Stewart
  11 Billy Knott
  21 Josh Vickers

Game Information

  • VENUE: Sincil Bank
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  • ATTENDANCE: 3,026


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