MATCH PRE­VIEW: Macc Town v Lin­coln City (Sat, 3pm)

Macclesfield Express - - MOTORS -

LIN­COLN are one of the di­vi­sion’s form teams, hav­ing won seven of nine league games since mid- Novem­ber.

WITH their Tues­day night game at Ch­ester­post­poned the Imps were 10th in the Con­fer­ence ta­ble, and could be many peo­ple’s out­side bet for a late surge this year.

THIS is their fourth THEY in­clude Hamza Moy­ses. sea­son in the Con­fer­Bencherif, Tony Di­agne, THEY in­flicted a 2-0 ence. Since their 2011 Nat Brown, Ar­naud de­feat on Macc at Sin­cil rel­e­ga­tion they’ve Mendy and Mar­cus Bank in Septem­ber but fin­ished 17th, 16th and Mar­shall. this fix­ture last term saw 14th. FOR their part, Macc’s Macc come from one

GARY Simp­son was Paul Turn­bull andWaide down at half-time to win the man in charge1.overFairhursthave­had­spells3- the sum­mer and the at Lin­coln. INCOLN are for­mer Macc boss had WITH the club in cur­rently the only team un­der his wing a host of mid-ta­ble in Novem­ber in the Con­fer­ence to play­ers who once wore ‘Simmo’ was re­placed at have done the dou­ble Macc colours. the helm by Chris over lead­ers Bar­net.


ONLY Bris­tol Rovers have more points on home turf than Lin­coln, who’ve taken 33 points from 48.

THEIR away form is less im­pres­sive, with three wins in 13 matches.

LEAD­ING scorer at Sin­cil Bank is another for­mer Silk­man, Ben Tom­lin­son, who’s hit 10 in the league.

Rhys Tay­lor,



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