Lincoln v Wrexham preview
Adie Moses and Martin Pembleton are both set to miss out as Lincoln finish the campaign at home to Wrexham.
By Amanda Cornforth
Last Updated: 02/05/08 3:32pm
Defenders Adie Moses and Martin Pembleton are both set to miss out as Lincoln finish their campaign at home to relegated Wrexham.
Pembleton's season came to an early end when he was stretchered off during last weekend's 2-1 win at Morecambe after suffering medial knee ligament damage when he landed awkwardly after trying to connect with a Jamie Forrester cross.
And veteran Moses is also set to be sidelined after lasting just 20 minutes at Christie Park before being forced off with a groin injury.
Striker Lennell John-Lewis will also miss out after failing to overcome his stomach muscle injury as the Imps look to end the campaign on a high note.
Victory could take the Imps into the top half of what has been a disappointing season on the whole for the Sincil Bank outfit.
Wrexham manager Brian Little is likely to ring the changes again.
The Dragons boss has been rotating his squad in recent weeks as the Welsh club prepare for life in the Blue Square Premier next season - and has already released 14 players.
Little saw his side beaten 3-1 by a youthful Accrington side last weekend and is likely to make changes to his starting line-up after that loss.
Youngsters Michael Jones, Andrew Fleming and Levi Mackin look to be assured of a first XI berth after impressing the boss against Accrington.
And Matty Done will continue in the centre of midfield behind the strike partnership of Michael Carvill and Chris Llewellyn.