Lincoln City Peterborough United
LINCOLN. Peterborough United was finally too much to handle for Lincoln City with the goal of Jonson Clarke-Harris (28′), Jack Taylor (67′) and Joe Ward (83′). Peterborough United capitalized on its better ball possession (56%).
The match was played at the LNER Stadium stadium in Lincoln on Saturday and it started at 1:00 pm local time. The referee was Rob Lewis with the support of Lee Venamore and Carl Fitch. The 4th official was Andy Haines. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was freezing at -8.1 degrees Celsius or 17.46 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 71%.
- 44 Ball Possession 56
- 9 Total 8
- 1 On Target 4
- 6 Off Target 3
- 2 Shots blocked 1
- 89 Attack 106
- 44 Dangerous attack 28
- 0 Ball safe 0
- 0 Penalties 0
- 2 Corners 1
- 1 Off Sides 4
- 13 Total 12
- 2 Yellow Cards 2
- 0 Double Yellow 0
- 0 Red Card 0
- 4 Substitutions 4
Peterborough United was in firm control of the ball 56% while Lincoln City was struggling with a 44% ball possession.
Attitude and shots
Lincoln City was putting more pressure with 44 dangerous attacks and 9 shots of which 1 were on target. Still, Peterborough United managed to find the solution to win this contest.
Lincoln City shot 9 times, 1 on target, 6 off target. On the other side, Peterborough United shot 8 times, 4 on target, 3 off target.
Lincoln City received 2 yellow cards (Daniel Mandroiu and Paudie O’Connor). On the opposite side, Peterborough United received 3 yellow cards (Darren Ferguson, Harrison Burrows and Oliver Norburn).
After this encounter, Lincoln City will stay with 45 points like Bristol Rovers to remain in the 15th place. On the other side, Peterborough United will have 60 points like Wycombe Wanderers to sit in the 7th place.
In the next match in the League One, Lincoln City will host Shrewsbury Town on the 6th of May with a 8-4 head to head stats in favor of Shrewsbury Town (8 draws).
Peterborough United will play away agasint Barnsley on the 6th of May with a 8-5 head to head statistic in favor of Barnsley (3 draws).
Lincoln City – Formation
Lincoln City started with an extremely aggressive line-up (3-4-3).
The manager Mark Kennedy decided to play with the following team: Carl Rushworth, Adam Jackson, Paudie O’Connor, Lewis Montsma, Sean Roughan, Daniel Mandroiu, Lasse Sørensen, Ethan Erhahon, Jack Diamond, Ben House and Matthew Virtue-Thick.
The home team had on the bench: Jovon Makama, Dylan Duffy, Teddy Bishop, Max Harrison Sanders, Harry Boyes, Luke Plange and Jordan Wright.
Lincoln City could not rely on the presence of L. Plange (injured).
Lincoln City made 4 changes: Ethan Erhahon for Luke Plange (40′), Matty Virtue for Teddy Bishop (64′), Lasse Sörensen for Max Sanders (81′) and Jack Diamond for Jovon Makama (81′).
Best player: Matthew Virtue-Thick
As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Lincoln City was Matthew Virtue-Thick.
His rating iswith 10 passes (40% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 1 duel out of 4. He performed 2 crosses.
Peterborough United – Formation
Peterborough United started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).
Darren Ferguson played with: Will Norris, Nathan Thompson, Frankie Kent, Ronnie Edwards, Oliver Norburn, Joe Ward, Nathanael Ogbeta, Jack Taylor, Harrison Burrows, Jonson Clarke-Harris and Ephron Mason-Clarke.
They had on the bench: Hector Kyprianou, Joel Randall, Josh Knight, Kabongo Tshimanga, Kwame Poku, Ben Thompson and Will Blackmore.
Peterborough United made 4 changes: Harrison Burrows for Hector Kyprianou (76′), Oliver Norburn for Ben Thompson (76′), Ephron Mason-Clark for Kwame Poku (78′) and Joe Ward for Josh Knight (90′).
Best player: Kwame Poku
The player that probably impressed the most for Peterborough United was Kwame Poku even if he didn’t score any goal.
His rating iswith 7 passes (85% accurate) and 1 key pass.
His performance was remarkable also because he started the match from the bench before entering the filed in the 78′.
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the League One.
- Wycombe Wanderers – Barnsley – 0-1
- Port Vale – Burton Albion – 2-3
- Plymouth Argyle – Forest Green Rovers – 2-0
- Morecambe – Oxford United – 1-1
- Lincoln City – Peterborough United – 0-3
- Ipswich Town – Shrewsbury Town – 2-0
- Derby County – Fleetwood Town – 0-2
- Cheltenham Town – Exeter City – 3-1
- Cambridge United – Charlton Athletic – 1-2
- Bristol Rovers – Portsmouth – 0-2
- Accrington Stanley – Milton Keynes Dons – 0-1