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        • (81') M. Peart-Harris
        • (102') P. Lane
        • (39') B. House
        • (42') J. Taylor
        • (97') E. Erhahon
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        • (37') R. Towler
        • (39') M. Peart-Harris
        • (57') T. Lowery
        • (70') O. Moxon
        • (76') J. Sparkes
        • (94') K. Yengi
        • (99') C. Saydee

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            Lincoln City vs Portsmouth Preview, Tips & Stats

            Portsmouth make the trip to Sincil Bank to take on Lincoln City this Saturday in League One. On the final day of the season, Portsmouth - the Champions - will be looking to pick up another three points to add to their tally, whereas Lincoln look to secure the final Play-off spot.

            Lincoln currently sit sixth in League One after 45 games. The Imps have 20 wins, 14 draws and 11 losses, leaving them on 74 points, one point from Barnsley and on equal points with Oxford United.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Lincoln have three wins, one draw and one loss.

            Ben House opened the scoring for Lincoln in the tenth minute to give them the 1 - 0 lead over Carlisle at halftime. Joe Taylor doubled the lead early in the second half but Sam Lavelle did get Carlisle on the scoresheet late on. Even later on, Teddy Bishop added another to give Lincoln the 3 - 1 win. The trip to Reading saw Lincoln take the lead through Freddie Draper in the 72nd minute. However, Tyler Bindon found the back of the net in the 83rd minute to grab a 1 - 1 draw for Reading.

            Jonny Smith opened the scoring for Wigan in the 20th minute but Daniel Madriou equalised for Lincoln before halftime. However, in the last minute of normal time, Charlie Hughes popped up with a goal to give Wigan the 2 - 1 win. Lincoln bounced back against Oxford United, despite being down to ten men. Mandriou’s penalty early in the second half of the game was the only goal of the game to give Lincoln the 1 - 0 win, even with Dylan Duffy’s late red card.

            The last time out for Lincoln was against Cheltenham. A penalty from Liam Sercombe gave Cheltenham the lead in the 15th minute but goals from Taylor and Draper gave Lincoln the 2 - 1 win.

            Portsmouth, on the other hand, currently sit top of the League One table. In 45 games, Pompey have 27 wins, 13 draws and five losses which leaves them on 94 points, five points above Derby County.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Portsmouth have two wins, two draws and one loss.

            A big game against Derby saw Joe Ward open the scoring for The Rams but Abu Kamara equalised within four minutes. Ward scored again to give Derby the lead at halftime but a late goal for Owen Moxon grabbed a 2 - 2 draw for Pompey. An own goal from Chey Dunkley gave Portsmouth the lead in the third minute but Jordan Shipley equalised for Shrewsbury before the 30 minute mark. A penalty from Colby Bishop regained the lead before halftime and a second goal from Bishop in the second half gave Pompey the 3 - 1 win.

            Kamara opened the scoring for Pompey in the seventh minute, but Aaron Collins equalised for Bolton before halftime. Portsmouth only had one shot on target and had to settle for the 1 - 1 draw. Despite goals from Devante Cole and John McAtee for Barnsley, goals from Kusini Yengi and Conor Shaughnessy and a penalty from Bishop gave Pompey the 3 - 2 win.

            The most recent outing for Portsmouth was against Wigan. Yengi did score again for Pompey late on, but it was too late as goals from Luke Chambers and Josh Magennis gave Wigan the 2 - 1 win.

            Lincoln and Portsmouth have met 27 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1939. Portsmouth have the better record in the fixture with 14 wins in comparison to Lincoln’s six wins. In fact there have been more draws than Lincoln wins, seven so far.

            Lincoln City Team News

            Michael Skubala could be without Reeco Hackett, Lewis Montsma, Tyler Walker, Connor McGrandles, Ethan Hamilton and Ted Bishop this weekend. Also, Duffy is still suspended.

            Portsmouth Team News

            John Mousinho could be missing Joe Morrell, Terry Devlin, Tom Mcintyre, Alex Robertson, Regan Poole, Josh Dockerill, Anthony Scully and Zak Swanson this weekend.