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Match Preview: Lincoln City (H)

17 November 2023

Stevenage welcome Michael Skubala’s Lincoln City to the Lamex Stadium this Saturday for another big clash in Sky Bet League One…

Stevenage will be looking for their fifth straight win in all competitions this Saturday as they look to remain in and around the play-off places in their first season back in the third tier. Last weekend’s big 1-0 win away to Wycombe saw Boro climb to fifth in the table.

That was followed by a conclusion to our Bristol Street Motors Trophy campaign as we overcame Crystal Palace’s U21, scoring five past the young Eagles. Saturday’s game against Lincoln provides a tough test, as Michael Skubala will be hungry for victory in his first game in charge of the Imps.

The Opposition

Lincoln City find themselves ninth in League One after picking up six wins, five draws and five losses from their first 16 games. The Imps have failed to win in their last three league games and will be looking to turn fortunes around with their new boss in the dugout.

Michael Skuabala entered his first permanent role in senior management earlier this week as he was appointed Lincoln City head coach. He previously spent a year with Leeds United, firstly as the head coach of their U21s before taking charge of the first team in the Premier League on an interim basis. He was in charge for just three games, failing to win either of them.

His new side, Lincoln, do not have a standout goal scorer, but they are able to get goals from all areas of the pitch. 13 of their players have found themselves on the scoresheet in League One this season, with Hakeeb Adelakun netting three.


Stevenage and Lincoln have only ever met on seven occasions in the past, with the most recent meeting coming in February 2019. The Imps held onto a two-goal lead until very late on in the game before popular loanee, Ilias Chair, pulled two screamers out of the bag to earn his side a point on the road.

This Saturday, Stevenage will be looking for their first win against Lincoln in over a decade, as in 2011, Lawrie Wilson’s brace wrapped up a 2-1 victory at The Lamex Stadium.


Scott Simpson has been appointed Match Referee for Saturday’s match, with Leigh Crowhurst and Chris Wade as Assistants, and Marc Wilson as Fourth Official. Simpson has dished 67 yellow cards and five reds in thirteen games so far this season.


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Match Reports

Report: Stevenage 1-0 Lincoln City

18 November 2023

Jamie Reid scores the all-important goal once again as Stevenage pick up another three points...

With football entering an international break, Stevenage were the highest ranked team in England with a game to play, as they welcomed Lincoln City to The Lamex Stadium for League One action. The Imps were looking to start a new era in the correct manner under the management of Michael Skubala.

The Boro boss opted for an unchanged starting eleven from last weekend’s victory over Wycombe, with fifteen-year-old goalkeeper, Max Woodford, earning a place on the bench after becoming the club’s youngest-ever senior player in midweek.

Stevenage started the game brightly, producing some neat patterns of play as they looked to take the lead. A couple of efforts were had on goal, with Dan Butler and Alex MacDonald trying their luck from outside the area inside ten minutes, but they were unable to hit the target.

After twenty-five minutes, it was Jamie Reid’s turn to try and give his side the lead, as a volleyed attempt was comfortable enough for Lincoln’s Lukas Jensen to collect. Boro were seeing more attempts on goal than their opponents, but the score remained goalless after half an hour.

With just over five minutes of the first half to go, there were huge appeals for a penalty to Stevenage as Jamie Reid appeared to be dragged down inside the area, but the referee dismissed the claims and the game resumed.

Eventually, the referee blew his whistle for half-time to send the sides into the break goalless.

Ahead of the second half, the gaffer made a double change in midfield as Jake Forster-Caskey and Ben Thompson were introduced in place of Alex MacDonald and Nick Freeman.

Stevenage had a golden opportunity to take the lead seven minutes into the second half as Jake Forster-Caskey’s low ball into the six-yard area was parried out to Jamie Reid who saw his effort denied. Boro were looking lively as they looked to take the upper hand.

Stevenage were coming closer and closer to that opener and were even denied by the woodwork on the hour mark. Kane Hemmings found space in the box before seeing his effort crash against the post.

Boro had to be patient, but after 68 minutes they got their deserved opening goal. Jake Forster-Caskey’s corner caused all sorts of problems for the Lincoln defence as the reliable Jamie Reid tapped home a goal-mouth scramble to give his side the lead and score his fourteenth goal of the season in all competitions.

The hosts pushed for a second as they looked to kill the game. Again, it was Jake Forster-Caskey’s dangerous deliveries causing chaos, with Carl Piergianni’s header falling into the hands of Lukas Jensen.

Boro’s number eight was certainly the difference-maker, and he almost grabbed a goal himself. The midfielder stood over another set-piece before clipping the crossbar from 25-yards-out.

Jamie Reid almost doubled his tally late on, but his headed effort was cleared at the last moment.

Stevenage were relentless in added time as they appeared to have plenty of energy left in the tank. Jamie Reid hit the side-netting before the final whistle was blown to award Stevenage all three points and a clean sheet.

Once again, it was Jamie Reid to get the all-important goal as Stevenage moved to 4th place in League One. It’s now a week off for the lads before a trip to Fleetwood Town next weekend.

Attendance: 5,075 including 886 away supporters.

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Tickets available vs Lincoln City - pay on the day available

17 November 2023

Get your tickets now for Stevenage vs Lincoln City in Sky Bet League One on Saturday 18th November at 3pm...

Match tickets are available at, the Stevenage FC Club Shop (Mondays, Tuesdays & Fridays 10am-5pm) and from the North Stand Ticket Office on the day of the game.

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