For our Plymouth vs. Lincoln prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.
Plymouth Argyle's title charge continues in League One on Monday as they face Lincoln City.
Plymouth Argyle currently sit top of League One with twenty-five wins, eight losses and six losses from thirty-nine games this season.
The Pilgrims have been the standout team in League One this campaign and have defied expectations as they find themselves in pole position to secure promotion to the Championship come May.
Plymouth enter this game amidst a strong run of form having won four and lost one of their last five league matches.
Their most recent game saw them secure a 3-1 win away at Morecambe courtesy of goals from Danny Mayor, Ben Wayne and Jay Matete.
The win also confirmed Plymouth's third win on the bounce having scored seven times while conceding just once in that three game stretch.
Their form at home has been excellent of late having won eight and drawn one of their last nine matches on home soil.
They should, then, secure another three points here as they look to extend their lead at the top of the table that currently sits at two points plus one game in hand over Sheffield Wednesday in 3rd. The automatic promotion race is incredibly tight in League One put Plymouth should take a big step towards securing s top two finish here.
Lincoln City currently sit 14th in League One with ten wins, nineteen draws and ten losses from thirty-nine games this season.
The Imps have not had a memorable campaign this time around having spent almost its entirety languishing in mid-table without once threatening to make a proper run for a top six finish.
They're coming into this game in poor form overall having won one, drawn one and lost three of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a 2-0 win over Cheltenham Town.
Their form away from home is much poorer having failed to win any of their last six games on the road while losing two of their last three.
These two sides shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw when they met back in November but this encounter will likely be much less competitive given Lincoln are considerably stronger when playing on home soil.
Lincoln's season is over given they have no chance of making the play-offs and are in no danger of going down and that lack of meaning in their remaining games could negatively affect their results. That should be the case here, anyway, with their odds of winning extremely low.