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Blackpool vs Lincoln: Predictions
Neil Critchley’s men soared to the play-off final with an emphatic victory over Oxford United over their two-leg affair. The damage was done mainly in the first leg which saw the Tangerines take a 3-0 advantage into their home tie at Bloomfield Road. Despite Oxford putting up a fight in the second leg, Critchley’s side cruised to the final with a 6-3 aggregate victory.
Lincoln were able to avoid an upset in the second leg of their semi-final clash against Sunderland. Similarly to Blackpool, the Imps cruised to a comfortable first-leg victory but were put heavily under the cosh in the game at the Stadium of Light. A first-half fightback from the Black Cats was put to bed in the second half with Tom Hopper’s goal settling the nerves and securing them a spot in the final.
Blackpool vs Lincoln: Match Stats
The two play-off ties involving these two sides conjured up a total of 14 goals between them. Blackpool in particular were in free-scoring form across both of their games in the semi-final. Lincoln may feel they got away with one in the game at the Stadium of Light with the host’s squandering a lot of golden opportunities to add to their two-goal lead at the half, which will have been noted by the Blackpool boss.
In three of the four play-off ties played in the lead up to Saturday’s final, there was at least one goal scored in the opening 30 minutes. In total there were six goals scored in the first 30 minutes across the four games and four of those goals were scored by Blackpool.
Blackpool vs Lincoln: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Blackpool 3-1 Lincoln
Blackpool vs Lincoln: Odds
Blackpool vs Lincoln: Head to Head
10 April 2021 – Lincoln 2-2 Blackpool – League One
3 October 2020 – Blackpool 2-3 Lincoln – League One
18 January 2020 – Lincoln 1-0 Blackpool – League One
27 September 2019 – Blackpool 2-1 Lincoln – League One
Recent meetings between the two sides has thrown up a boatload of goals and if their semi-final ties in the lead up to Sunday’s final are anything to go by then we should expect more goals at Wembley.