Oxford and Lincoln will play in a League One of England this Friday, as both teams trying to rank in the top 6 teams for a qualify in play-off this season.
Oxford ranked 11th in the standings with 53 points from a total of 36 games, and the difference with 6th is 3 points, so there is every good chance to get into the playoff zone, but this requires maximum points until the end of the championship. The hosts tried to enter the Championship league last season when they were 4th in the standings and after the final match with Wycombe were eliminated, after losing 2:1 and this season will again do everything possible to reach the playoff zone. The teams from 6th to 12th place have a difference of 3 points, so it is quite possible that there will be a shift in the standings in the remaining matches.
Lincoln is 4th in the standings, with the team having 2 games more than 5th and 6th Doncaster and Blackpool. Despite most of the matches from some of his rivals in the playoff zone, Lincoln has secured a lead of 6 points and at the same time looks at the first 2 places in League One. Lincoln is one of the most stable teams, as guests and statistics show that they have only 2 losses from a total of 17 games played in League 1 of England.
Oxford starting lineup: Stevens; Forde, Moore, Atkinson, Ruffels; Hanson, Brannagan, Kelly; Sykes, Taylor, Barker
Starting lineup Lincoln: Palmer; Poole, Montsma, Jackson, Bramall; Edun, McGrandles, Bridcutt, Rogers; Johnson, Morton
Prediction – both teams to score with odd 1.93 from 22bet