Profs Head-2-Head Hereford V Lincoln

Hereford’s draw at FC Halifax to end a run of three straight defeats also marked new signing Brodie’s opening goal for the club.  The Bulls are a big physical side and this is sure to be a battle with the Imps coming up against at least  three ex-Imps, Chris Brush, Paul Green and Sam Smith tomorrow night

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Tuesday 24th Sept KO 19.45 PM

Hello everyone,  it’s your learned Prof here from the University of Lincoln. After a heart-breaking 2-3 defeat at Luton the mighty Imps need a win tomorrow night. Simmo faces Martin Foyle one of the divisions cleverest and most experienced managers  in a game we must win if we are to keep the pressure on the leaders. To cut to the chase, let us look at the facts and stats and remember that games of football are only won and lost out on the pitch.

Gary Simpson Manager Martin Foyle
4-2-3-1 /various Formation 4-4-2 or 4-3-3
6 Position 15
17 Points 12
11 Goals scored 12
8 Goals conceded 13
13 Yellow cards 12
1 Red Cards 0
16th Position 2012/13 6th 
Play-offs Forecast Top 8
2-0 V Wrexham (H) Biggest win 2-0 V Chester (A)
0-1 V Cambridge (A) 2-3 Luton (A) Heaviest defeat 0-2 V Aldershot (H)

Ker-ching

11,811 Total Turnstile Clicks 7,275
2362 Ave Gate 6363
2642 v Salisbury Hi 2033 V Braintree
1879 V Southport Low 1527 V Welling

Heroes & Villains

Heroes Goals Heroes Goals Results
Sharp 2 Tomlinson 4 Halifax 1
Smith 2 Fairhurst 2 Hereford 1
Rankine 2 Rowe 1 Luton 3
Brodie 1 Boyce 1 Lincoln 2
McDonald 1 Nolan 1 Nuneaton 2
Graham 1 Miller 1 Hereford 1
Bush 1 Power 1 Lincoln 1
West 1 Southport 0
Walker 1 Hereford 0
Heroes Assists Heroes Assists Aldershot 2
Rankine 3 Newton 4 Barnet 1
West 1 Miller 2 Lincoln 1
James 1 Boyce 1 Gateshead 2
Graham 1 Brown 1 Hereford 1
Leadbitter 1 Lincoln 0
Purdie 1 Salisbury 1
Smith 1 Hereford 2
Villains Yellows Villains Yellows Welling 1
Bush 2 Rowe 2 Dartford 1
Green 2 Tomlinson 2 Lincoln 2
McDonald 1 Foster 2 Alfreton 2
James 1 Newton 2 Hereford 1
Graham 1 Power 1 Lincoln 2
Purdie 1 Gray 1 Wrexham 0
Collins 1 Miller 1 Hereford 1
Polkington 1 Boyce 1 Tamworth 0
Smith 1 Yussuf 1 Cambridge 1
Rankine 1 Imps 0
Villains Reds Villains Reds
Power 1

Current & Overall Form

G W D L F A GD Pts Rank
Hereford (H) 4 2 1 1 4 4 7 7 14
Lincoln (A) 5 1 2 2 5 6 -1 5 11
Hereford (A) 6 1 2 3 8 9 -1 5 11
Lincoln (H) 5 4 0 1 6 2 4 12 4
Last 5
Hereford 5 1 1 3 5 8 -3 4 18
Lincoln 5 2 1 2 6 6 0 7 11
Overall
G W D L F A GD Pts
Hereford 10 3 3 4 12 13 -1 12 15
Lincoln 10 5 2 3 11 8 3 17 6

Historic Tale of the Tape

At Lincoln City (20) At Hereford Utd. (20)
Results Total % Results Total %
Lincoln City 14 70 Hereford Utd. 7 35
Hereford Utd. 2 10 Lincoln City 7 35
Draws 4 20 Draws 6 30
Goals Total Ave Goals Total Ave
Lincoln City 41 2.05 Hereford Utd. 25 1.25
Hereford Utd. 20 1.00 Lincoln City 25 1.25
On Neutral Ground (0) Overall (40 matches)
Results Total % Results Total %
Lincoln City 0 0.00 Lincoln City 21 52.5
Hereford Utd. 0 0.00 Hereford Utd. 9 22.5
Draws 0 0.00 Draws 10 25
Goals Total Ave Goals Total Ave
Lincoln City 0 0.00 Lincoln City 66 1.65
Hereford Utd. 0 0.00 Hereford Utd. 45 1.13
High scores
Highest Aggregate 7 Lincoln City  3 – 4 Hereford Utd. 2010/2011
Highest Lincoln City score: 4 Lincoln City  4 – 1 Hereford Utd. 1972/1973
Highest Hereford Utd. score: 4 Lincoln City 1 – 4 Hereford Utd. 2006/2007

 Last 10 matches

Season Date Home Score Away Competition
2012/2013 Sat 16 Feb Hereford Utd. 3 – 2 Lincoln City Blue Sq Premier
Sat 17 Nov Lincoln City 3 – 2 Hereford Utd. Blue Sq Premier
2010/2011 Sat 05 Feb Hereford Utd. 0 – 1 Lincoln City League Two
Sat 08 Jan Lincoln City 3 – 4 Hereford Utd. F.A. Cup
Sat 27 Nov Hereford Utd. 2 – 2 Lincoln City F.A. Cup
Sat 20 Nov Lincoln City 3 – 1 Hereford Utd. League Two
2009/2010 Fri 12 Mar Lincoln City 3 – 1 Hereford Utd. League Two
Tue 02 Feb Hereford Utd. 2 – 0 Lincoln City League Two
2007/2008 Mon 24 Mar Lincoln City 2 – 1 Hereford Utd. League Two
Sat 08 Dec Hereford Utd. 3 – 1 Lincoln City League Two
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