Rovers welcome Lincoln City to The Mem for our latest test in Sky Bet League One.
The Gas head into Saturday's clash off the back of a 2-0 defeat on the road against Ipswich Town. In the game at Portman Road, Rovers were shown two red cards for Bobby Thomas and Alfie Kilgour, with the latter's being rescinded following a review from the FA.
Last Time Out
“Bristol Rovers have come off the back of a good season last year. They have an outstanding manager with great experience behind him.
“I keep saying this, but I think every game is a tough game. We will go there with the full intention of getting three points.”
Lincoln currently find themselves in 16th place in the League One standings with a 10-point return from their eight league games this season. In their last game, Lincoln recorded a memorable 2-0 win against Derby County, thanks to goals from Sunderland loanee Jack Diamond and forward Ben House.
A Reminder to Fans
The club would like to remind fans that pushing on the terraces will not be tolerated. Anyone seen doing so will be dealt with in the appropriate manner.
Tom Nield is the match official for our Saturday afternoon clash with Lincoln. Referee Nield has taken charge of two League One games this season. Across those two games, Nield awards an average of 22.00 fouls per game, 3.00 yellow cards and is yet to produce a red card in League One this season. Nield last officiated a game involving the Gas in our 1-1 draw against Swindon Town last season.
EFL sponsors Sky Bet have priced Rovers at 6/4 for the win on Saturday. Rovers can also be backed at 12/1 to win the game 2-0. On the goalscorer markets, John Marquis is priced at 11/2 to open the scoring, whilst Sylvester Jasper can be backed at 4/1 to score at any time throughout the clash.
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