Date: 16th May 2021 at 9:08pm
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Lincoln City
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AFC Wimbledon

Sincil Bank

League One

9/05/2021 12:30 pm

Referee: Scott Oldham

Lincoln City AFC Wimbledon
Palmer Tzanev
Poole O'Neill 76'
Edun Alexander
Eyoma 45' Kalambayi
Walsh 45' Nightingale
Bridcutt (C) Woodyard (C)
McGrandles
 
72' Rudoni 75'
Grant Dobson
 
84'
Hopper 76' Assal
Johnson Pigott
Rogers Palmer 63'

Substitutes

Long (GK) Cox (GK)
Bramall Guinness-Walker 76'
Jackson 45' Thomas
Montsma 45' McLoughlin 75'
Sanders Oksanen 84'
Morton 76' Harrison
Scully 72' Longman 63'

Game Statistics

16 Goal attempts 9
6 On Target 3
7 Corners 8
6 Fouls 10
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
54 % 46

Views from PerthImp following the 0-0 draw at home against AFC Wimbledon: “Bit of a nothing game, but it’s what we wanted to a degree. Hopefully no injuries and now we can spend some time on the training ground trying a few new moves & FKs. The only worry for me was the lack of sharp inter-play which has been our hallmark this season, plus the finishing which seemed to be more than a bit off. Still, I’m sure MA will sort it all out before the first PO game. Now the fun begins.”

You can discuss what has been said in this article HERE, as well as many other topics on our 100% Imps forum! We have also published a Lincoln City v AFC Wimbledon Quiz, which can be found just below. Every page view helps raise money for Lincoln City Football Club!

Have a go at our Lincoln City v AFC Wimbledon Quiz below:

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Which side did AFC Wimbledon beat on penalties in the Conference play-off final on 20 May 2011 to win promotion to the Football League?

More views from the Match Thread:

Rasenimp: Gotta be honest, probably the team I wanted least in the playoffs and I’m not really sure what our best team is now / who starts at centre back. Bit of an underwhelming last couple of games.

BUT fantastic effort to finish 5th.”

hulloutpost: “Pleasant on the eye game. Wimbledon, a bit more football from them than earlier in the season. The only slight concern was the lack of sharpness in front of goal.

The question for me is will the meaningfulness of the play-offs cause us to sharpen up in front of goal or conversely tighten up even more.”

imps_joe: “Last game of the league of a fantastic season.

Frustrating not to score, but a clean sheet and more importantly no injuries or red cards. Hopefully saving our goals for the play-offs.

Can’t wait for the play-offs.”

Thank you to Graham Burrell and Lincoln City Football Club for the photograph!

 

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