Alfreton Town look to extend winning streak at home to Lincoln City

08-1770-21''Alfreton Town FC''Nicky Law, manager
08-1770-21''Alfreton Town FC''Nicky Law, manager

Alfreton Town are back in Vanarama Conference action on Tuesday evening when mid-table Lincoln City are the visitors to the Impact Arena, and the Reds will be looking to extend their winning run to four games.

The Reds took a huge step towards safety in the Vanarama Conference on Saturday, as they beat Dartford thanks to a late Tom Shaw goal which has extended the gap between Alfreton and the bottom three to eight points.

Nicky Law’s men will be looking to once again extend this gap, as they begin to build some momentum heading into the final nine games of the season and secure survival.

Manager Law has no suspensions to contend with and no new injury worries with on-loan left back Aaron Bentley having recovered from a dead leg.

Lincoln lost 2-0 at home to strugglers Welling United and will look to bounce back from the defeat.

The Imps will be without striker Delano Sam-Yorke, who was sent off in their match on Saturday after getting in a tangle with Welling’s Chris Bush in added time at the end of the 90.

The Lincoln boss Chris Moyses expressed his frustration at the defeat, stating that “the last three home games have been a disgrace”.

This will be something they will look to rectify on Tuesday at the Impact against Alfreton.

These two sides have already faced each other four times this season (in all competitions), with Lincoln winning twice, Alfreton once and drawing one.

Conference fixtures: AFC Telford United v Gateshead; ALFRETON TOWN v Lincoln City; Chester v Dartford; Dover Athletic v Altrincham; Eastleigh v Wrexham; FC Halifax Town v Barnet; Torquay United v Braintree Town.


Segregation is in place for this fixture and all Lincoln City fans are kindly requested to enter the Impact Arena stadium via the Alma Street turnstiles only.

Covered accommodation, catering and toilet facilities as well as match day programmes are available in the away section of the ground.


Admission for this fixture has been reduced to just £10 for adults (over 16) and concessions (over-65s).

The usual Juniors admission price of £2 each for under-15 year olds remains the same as long as each youngster is accompanied by a paying adult.

Please note, there are no Early Bird or Group Saver Tickets available for this fixture.