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Preview: Stags vs Lincoln City (EFL Trophy)

5 October 2020

Next up for the Stags is an EFL Trophy group stage clash against Lincoln City at One Call Stadium on Tuesday 06 October (7pm). Here’s all you need to know ahead of the match…


Mansfield will be without wing-back Joe Riley, as the defender continues his recovery from an ACL injury suffered in pre-season training.

On Saturday afternoon, following the Stags’ defeat at Newport County, boss Graham Coughlan revealed he will be fielding a strong side for Tuesday’s Trophy fixture, saying: “I want to win the game, so I’ll be fielding as strong [a side] as possible.”


The Stags have played one match in this season’s EFL Trophy, a 3-0 defeat to Manchester City under-21s, who currently top the group after their 4-0 win over Scunthorpe United last time out.

Lincoln City have two points on the board in Group E, following their penalty shootout win against Scunthorpe after a 1-1 draw.


We last faced the Imps in a Sky Bet League Two clash in March 2019. Lincoln travelled to One Call Stadium on a Monday evening for a 1-1 draw, which was televised on Sky Sports.


The referee for Tuesday’s match will be Ben Toner, assisted by Paul Stonier and Anthony Da Costa. The fourth official will be Wayne Grunnill.

Mr. Toner last took charge of a Stags’ fixture in 2019, an EFL Trophy match against Everton under-21s that ended 1-1.

Current Stags’ midfielder Harry Charsley played for Everton in the match.


Supporters wishing to watch this match live can do so on iFollow Stags. Match passes are available at just £10, and can be purchased here.

A reminder that season ticket holders are required to purchase a match pass for Tuesday evening's game.

Looking to watch the game on your tablet or mobile? You will need to download the new EFL iFollow app. Read more here.

iFollow Stags subscribers who do not wish to purchase a match pass for the game can still access live match commentary, courtesy of commentators Martin Shaw and Dean Foulkes.

Audio match passes are also available for just £2.50 for non-subscribers.

As ever, you can also follow the action live via our Twitter match updates, which can be found here.

The match centre on will also contain Opta-populated updates, and can be accessed here.

A report of the match will be published on the club website following the full-time whistle, and post-match reaction will be available to view on and iFollow Stags.

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Match Reports

Report: Stags 1-3 Lincoln City (EFL Trophy)

6 October 2020

Mansfield Town bowed out of the EFL Trophy after a 3-1 defeat to Sky Bet League One Lincoln City on Tuesday evening.

Rollin Menayese grabbed his second goal in Stags' colours with a firm header from a corner, yet three prior City goals ultimately left the hosts with too big a task in NG18.  

In the first half, Jamie Soule opened his Imps account on his debut before Anthony Scully and Theo Archibald added to the scoresheet to rubber stamp proceedings.  

Graham Coughlan commandeered six changes for his side’s second Northern Group E fixture.

Mal Benning, Aaron O’Driscoll, Kellan Gordon, Harry Charsley, Tyrese Sinclair and Jordan Bowery were the individuals brought into the line-up as five others maintained their places from South Wales.  

An evenly-contested battle ensued in Nottinghamshire despite little notable action at either goalmouth in the early moments.  

The Imps attempted to dominate possession and intricately feed balls through the Stags’ defence – but found success hard to come by as Jorge Grant fired wide from distance on the half-hour mark.  

Soon after, Charsley collided with Conor McGrandles and the subsequent loose ball ran towards Sinclair who darted forward and also decided to pull the trigger from range.  

And it would take City until the 31st minute to find an opener.  

Remy Howarth made headway across the left flank and watched his drilled effort fall kindly into the path of Soule who was placed to touch the ball over the line.  

Mansfield quickly set upon finding an equaliser with Gordon when the wing-back found space after cutting in from the far side but his shot was clutched by Ethan Ross.  

The Imps threatened once more towards the dying embers of the first period – via Archibald – but his effort rippled the side netting instead.  

Into the second period and Scully was initially denied one-on-one by a sprawling Stone save before his second bite at the cherry produced a two-goal cushion for Michael Appleton’s men.

From the right-hand side, Imps’ No. 11 rifled his effort across the face of goal, against the upright and into the back of the net.  

A triple change was then in the offing for the Stags as Alistair Smith, Stephen McLaughlin and Nicky Maynard were introduced at One Call Stadium.  

But just after the hour mark the away side pounced for a third.  

Nobody in the Stags’ defensive line were able to deal with a long, high ball over the top and Archibald nipped in to chip into an empty net.  

There was, however, a glimpse of hope for the hosts when Benning’s pinpoint delivery from a corner met the onrushing Menayese who planted his header firmly beyond Ross.  

It seemed to invigorate the amber and blue as they sought another strike in quick succession. McLaughlin looked to be the man to do so but watched his fizzed drive be tipped expertly around the post by the City ‘keeper.  

The Group E fixture was never able to be resurrected by Mansfield – despite Gordon’s skill allowing him room for a shot that was blocked on the line – as they exited the EFL Trophy.  

Attentions will turn back to Sky Bet League Two on Saturday when Graham Coughlan’s side entertain Stevenage at One Call Stadium.  

STAGS XI: Stone (GK), Benning, Menayese, Sweeney ©, Charsley, Bowery (Maynard 57’), Gordon, Perch (Smith 57’), O’Driscoll, Reid, Sinclair (McLaughlin 57’).  

UNUSED SUBS: Campbell (GK), O’Keeffe, Rawson, Maris. 

LINCOLN XI: Ross (GK), Edun (Cann 90’), Grant ©, Scully, Archibald, Howarth, McGrandles, Soule, Eyoma, Anderson, Roughan.   

UNUSED SUBS: Long (GK), Montsma, Jones, Hopper.

REFEREE: Ben Toner 

ASSISTANTS: Paul Stonier & Anthony Da Costa 

FOURTH OFFICIAL: Wayne Grunnill 

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