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Match Report | Lincoln 3-0 Shrewsbury

27 February 2024

Shrewsbury fell to a 3-0 defeat against Lincoln at the LNER Stadium.

Town have made big strides forward since Paul Hurst's return to the club as head coach.

But just a few days on from an impressive win at Reading, goals from Ted Bishop, Reeco Hackett and Lasse Sorensen won it for the hosts.

Team news:

Boss Paul Hurst made four changes from the team that won in Berkshire - with three of those changes enforced.

In goal, Harry Burgoyne made his second league start of the season with Marko Marosi missing out due to a groin problem.

In defence, Jason Sraha came into the side at left-back with Mal Benning absent for personal reasons.

Sraha was joined in the back four by Morgan Feeney, Chey Dunkley and Carl Winchester - with Aaron Pierre having picked up an injury in Berkshire.

In a 4-2-3-1 system, Elliott Bennett and Nohan Kenneh sat in midfield with Tom Bayliss in the number 10 role.

Tom Bloxham started on the right flank with Jordan Shipley on the left and Ryan Bowman the lone striker.

Lincoln lined up in a 3-5-1-1 system with Lasse Sorensen at right wing-back and Reeco Hackett on the left.

In attack, Joe Taylor was the central striker with Ben House just behind.


It was Town who created the first chance of the game when - in the fifth minute - Bennett whipped in a dangerous free-kick that caused havoc in the Lincoln box.

Eventually, that delivery fell for Dunkley. But from around eight yards, the defender stabbed the ball wide.

Just 60 seconds later Lincoln were ahead.

After initially seeing a corner cleared, the hosts sent in another ball that fell kindly for Bishop. And he kept his composure to take a touch before firing into the bottom corner.

Bishop went close again just past the 20-minute mark when he sent a dangerous free-kick inches wide.

Gradually, though, Town began to grow in stature with Bloxham causing the hosts all sorts of problems down the right side.

But while he whipped in a number of dangerous balls - Salop were unable to convert.

Hurst opted to make a double change at the break with Taylor Perry and Jack Hinchy replacing Kenneh and Bennett in midfield.

And the subs combined almost immediately with Hincky playing a lovely ball to get Perry to the byline with his low cross then stabbed behind by a Lincoln defender.

The hosts had a glorious chance to double their lead in the 55th minute when a wonderful ball from Bishop slipped Hackett in on goal.

The wing-back's first touch was excellent but with his second he sent the ball wide of the post when he should have done better.

Three minutes later, though, Hackett was celebrating when he collected Taylor's pass before lashing the ball past Burgyone and into the roof of the net.

Lincoln made it 3-0 just before the 70-minute mark when referee Marc Edwards pointed to the spot after Burgoyne brought down Ben House.

Harry responded with a brilliant save to push Bishop's spot-kick against the post. 

But in a cruel twist of the keeper, the ball then fell for Lasse Sorensen whose miss-hit cross sailed into the net.

Town tried to pull one back with Lukas Jensen parrying away a strike from Perry. Hinchy also entered the box before firing over.

But Salop's evening went from bad to worse when Hinchy was subbed off late on after picking up a knock.


Lincoln: Jensen, O'Connor, Mitchell, Roughan, Erhahon, McGrandles, Bishop (Madriou 73), Sorensen (Eyoma 82), Hackett (Diffy 82), Taylor (Makama 86), House (Moylan 73). 
Subs not used: Wright, Draper. 
Shrewsbury: Burgyone, Winchester, Feeney, Dunkley, Sraha, Bennett (Perry 46), Kenneh (Hinchy 46, Idowu 87), Bayliss, Shipley (O'Brien 75), Bloxham (Sobowale 75), Bowman.Subs not used: Anderson, Udoh.
Referee: Marc Edwards
Attendance: 6,842 (218 away).

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Ticket News

Ticket Details | Lincoln City

6 February 2024

Tickets are now on sale for our Tuesday-night trip to face Lincoln City at the end of February.


Town travel to the LNER Stadium on Tuesday, February 27th, with the game kicking off at 7:45pm.

We have been allocated 344 seated tickets as well as four pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets.

Tickets cost as follows:

Category Price
Adult £24
65+ £19
18-21 £19
Under-18s £10

You must be in possession of ID to qualify for concessions.

Tickets are available for purchase on the day via card payment only.


Parking on the South Common Car Park is available to purchase in advance from the LCFC ticketing website for £5 (or £6 on the day via card payment only)

Accessible parking spaces are issued on a first come, first served basis to Blue Badge holders for £7. Supporters must purchase these by calling the Lincoln City ticket office on 01522458884.

Tickets can be purchased in the following ways:   

Any tickets not collected will be taken to the LNER Stadium and can be picked up there on the day of the fixture.  

If you can't make it on the day, you can watch the full game on iFollow Shrews.

OSC Travel information for the game:
Four Xs Coach Depot: 1:40pm
Mile End Oswestry: 1:55pm
Croud Meadow Stadium: 2:30pm
Asda Old Potts Way: 2:40pm
Telford Services: 3:00pm
Tickets cost £20 for an adult member and £14 for members aged 17 and under.



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