Exeter take on the visitors Lincoln City at “St James Park” in the second-leg match of the Play Offs semi-final of the English League Two. The game will be played in Exeter on Thursday, May 17th.
Exeter have been constantly performing in the English League One and League Two for 10 years already, gathering some experience in terms of the Promotion Play Offs. Last season “The Grecians” participated in the League Two Play Offs, having failed in the final clash against Blackpool. It should be noted that Paul Tisdale has been ruling the team for 12 years, having been familiarized with the promotional battles as it was Maltese who had lead the club to the League Two and then to the League One. Exeter are the home side which always produces astonishing football in front of its supporters. “The Grecians” collected 10 triumphs, four draws and single loss in 15 recent fights hosted at “St James Park”, moreover, the club gained four victories and a draw in last five home tackles.
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In their turn, this season Lincoln City have returned to the League Two after eight-year break. And to great surprise of the fans “The Imps” showed excellent results after their reappearance in the league. Still, the side faces huge difficulties at away fields and only two triumphs taken in 12 recent matches played on the road are a good proof of it. Besides, Danny Cowley joined the club in 2016, having trained only semi-professional clubs before like Braintree Town and Concord Rangers. Thus, neither the footballers nor their head-coach have any substantial experience of the Play Offs clashes.
Six latest head-to-heads between Exeter and Lincoln City were finished in four victories of “The Grecians” and single win of the upcoming visitors. The first-leg game conducted within the current semi-final Play Offs ended with 0:0 draw. Taking into consideration the fact that both rivals show stronger performance at their own turf, the home-field factor must play a crucial part in the final result in this pair. Thus, “The Imps” tiny chances to move further as they have not managed to succeed even at “Sincil Bank”.
Prediction for the match: Exeter to win.