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Match preview: Lincoln City (A)

29 October 2021

Take a look at the latest stats and facts ahead of Town's Sky Bet League One away fixture with Lincoln City

Following on from their impressive 4-1 victory over Cambridge United last Saturday, Shrewsbury Town are back in Sky Bet League One action this weekend as they travel to Lincolnshire to face Lincoln City.

Ryan Bowman’s perfect hat-trick against Cambridge last week ensured that Salop secured three points that took them out of the relegation zone. Steve Cotterill will be hoping his side can get another big three points at a ground that Salop won at last season.

A first-half Shaun Whalley goal secured the three points last season when the Imps were flying near the top of the table. If Salop can produce a performance like that as well as the performance they put in against Cambridge, Salop fans may potentially be going home very happy.

Michael Appleton’s men are not having the best of seasons compared to the one they had last season when they reached the play-off final before ultimately losing 2-1 to Blackpool. The Lincolnshire side currently sit 12thin the league table, but do however, come into this one on the back of a 2-1 away win against Wigan Athletic on Tuesday night.

This isn’t the first time the two sides have met this season either. Lincoln visited Montgomery Waters Meadow in the first round of the EFL Cup back in August. Two goals from Dan Udoh for Salop and goals from Tom Hopper and Teddy Bishop for the Imps meant the tie finished 2-2 after 90 minutes. Salop did however come out on top of the tie as they beat the Imps 4-2 on penalties.

Name: Lincoln City

Founded: 1884 (137 years ago)

Chairman: Clive Nates

Biggest Victory: 0-13 vs Peterborough United, FA Cup, 1895

Biggest Defeat: 3-11 vs Manchester City, Division Two, 1895

Highest League Finish: 5th, Football League Second Division, 1901-02

Player to Watch: Anthony Scully

After coming through the academy of West Ham United, Republic of Ireland U21 international Scully joined Lincoln City in February 2020. The winger will make his 60th league appearance for the Imps if he starts on against Salop.

He is Lincoln’s top goal scorer this season with seven goals in 14 appearances and is arguably the Imps best player.

In his short time at Sincil Bank Scully was nominated for the Sky Bet League One player of the month award in September.

Also registering the assists this season, Salop will need to be at their very best if they are to keep him quiet.


Referee: Robert Madley

Linesmen: Richard Wigglesworth and Hristo Karivanov

Fourth Official: Andrew Hendley 


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Match Reports

Match report: Lincoln City 1 Shrewsbury Town 1

30 October 2021

Shrewsbury Town battle back to earn a point against Lincoln City away from home.

Shrewsbury Town's afternoon in Lincolnshire ended with Salop earning a point against Lincoln City.

Despite going a goal down late in the first half, Town battled back to take a point back to Shropshire thanks to Luke Leahy's headed goal.

Just four minutes into the action at Sincil Bank, Marko Marosi was called into action. Dan Nlundulu managed to intercept a pass from George Nurse to set the forward in on goal. Despite gaining a clear run into the Salop box, Town's shot-stopper remained strong and parried the ball past the post.

Towards the latter stages of the fixture, both teams endured a break in play with Imps number five Adam Jackson receiving treatment for a clash of heads in the home side's box.

With two minutes left of regulation time, Lincoln City broke the deadlock through Conor McGrandles. The midfielder jumped well to meet Regan Poole's well-worked cross into the box and saw his effort beat Marosi from close-range.

Deep into added injury time, Ted Bishop had a golden opportunity to double the Imps' lead. The Lincoln number 12 reacted well to meet a cross towards the back post but narrowly missed the target from close-range with his header.

Not long into the half, Town pulled a goal back through Luke Leahy. Town's wing-back jumped well to beat his man from George Nurse's delivery and guided his header back across goal to pull Town level.

79 minutes into the fixture, Leahy came close to netting a double for Town. Our number three picked up a loose ball on the edge of the Imps box and side-footed an effort towards the goal. However, his effort whistled inches past the wrong side of the post.

Despite sustained pressure from the home side, Salop remained resolute to leave Sincil Bank with a point gained.

Attendance: 8047 (305)

The teams:

Imps: Josh Griffiths, Regan Poole, Lewis Montsma, Adam Jackson (TJ Eyoma, 38), Chris Maguire, Ted Bishop (Hakeeb Adelakun, 45) Conor McGrandles, Lewis Fiorini (Max Sanders, 65), Dan Nlundulu, Lasse Sorensen (Freddie Draper, 85), Jamie Robson (Cohen Bramall, 74).

Subs not used: Archie Mair, Remy Longdon.

Salop: Marko Marosi, Elliott Bennett, Matthew Pennington, Ethan Ebanks-Landell, George Nurse, Nathanael Ogbeta, Luke Leahy, David Davis, Shaun Whalley, Ryan Bowman (Tom Bloxham, 90), Dan Udoh (Rekeil Pyke, 76).

Subs not used: Harry Burgoyne, Aaron Pierre, Khanya Leshabela, Sam Cosgrove, Charlie Caton.


Referee: Robert Madley

Linesmen: Richard Wigglesworth and Hristo Karivanov

Fourth Official: Andrew Hendley 


Lewis Fiorini was shown a yellow card 14 minutes in for a late challenge on Shaun Whalley in the middle of the park.

On the 30-minute mark, Dan Udoh was shown the second booking of the game as referee Robert Madley deemed Town's forward to have simulated a foul in the box.


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Lincoln City ticket details

13 October 2021

Ticket details are now available for Town's Sky Bet League One away fixture with Lincoln City.

Lincoln City v Shrewsbury Town
Saturday 30th October - 3pm kick-off
Sky Bet League One

Tickets are now on sale for our Sky Bet League One trip to Lincoln City's Cincil Bank.


We have been allocated 463 tickets for the game and Town fans will be housed in the Stacey West South Stand

Stacey West South Stand (463 Tickets)

  • Adult - £24
  • Disabled - £19
  • Senior 65+ - £19
  • Young Adult 18-22 - £19
  • Under 18 - £10

There are 4 pairs of Disabled and Carer Wheelchair bays available also. Carer tickets are free of charge if required. (Higher Rate disability required).

Tickets go off sale from the ticket office and online at 12pm on Friday 29th October.

Tickets can be purchased in the following ways: 

  • In-person at the Montgomery Waters Meadow ticket office 
    •    By calling 01743 273943 
    •    Via our online ticketing site - click here

Away tickets are set up online with the following delivery options:

  • Standard post 
  • Special delivery
  • Collect from Shrewsbury Town - Free

Any tickets for away games not collected will be taken to the away game for collection on the day of the game.

If you can't make it to the game you can listen to full match commentary, or watch the game if you are an International fan, on IFollow Shrews or download the app here to listen if you are out and about - IFollow App.


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