Lincoln v Yeovil preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 12:06pm
Lincoln have no new problems as they look to secure a play-off spot at home against Yeovil.
A point will be enough for Danny Cowley's side to ensure a top-seven finish in their first season back in the English Football League. Cowley named an unchanged team last weekend at Accrington but might be tempted to tweak one or two things following defeat to the League Two champions.
Elliott Whitehouse and Harry Anderson are among his options but left-back Sam Habergham remains a doubt with the injury that has ruled him out of the last two matches.
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Yeovil will be without the suspended Omar Sowunmi, who begins a two-match ban. The defender was sent off late on in the home defeat to Mansfield and he will miss the trip to Sincil Bank, as well as the first game of next season.
Fit-again forward Sam Surridge could be pushing for a return to the starting line-up after a couple of substitute appearances following his hamstring injury. Daniel Alfei and James Bailey (both knee) are continuing their recovery while Jake Gray and defender Ryan Dickson (both ankle) also remain sidelined as Yeovil look to avoid finishing the campaign on an eight-game run without a win.
There have been nine goals in the two Football League meetings in Lincoln between these two sides, Yeovil winning the first 3-2 in May 2004 before Lincoln won 3-1 in November the same year.
None of the five previous encounters between these two sides in the fourth tier have been drawn, with Lincoln winning two to Yeovil's three.
A draw for Lincoln in this game would see the Red Imps reach the play-offs in their first season back in the EFL since their relegation in 2010-11, whilst a victory would see them finish the season on 77 points, their highest points tally in a Football League season since 1982 in the third tier (also 77 points).
Yeovil Town are winless in their last seven League Two games (D2 L5). In fact, the Glovers have won just two of their last 13 league games (D3 L8).