Vital Lincoln City Members' MOTM v Swindon Town (a)
Here's how the poll finished:
Vickers: 0 Votes - [0%]
Long: 8 Votes - [57.14%]
Ginnelly: 0 Votes - [0%]
Green: 0 Votes - [0%]
Knott: 0 Votes - [0%]
Dickie: 0 Votes - [0%]
Bostwick: 2 Votes - [14.29%]
Eardley: 0 Votes - [0%]
Raggett: 4 Votes - [28.57%]
Arnold: 0 Votes - [0%]
Woodyard: 0 Votes - [0%]
Palmer: 0 Votes - [0%]
Whitehouse: 0 Votes - [0%]
Croozey: "Bostwick. won nearly every ball he went in for. Took the game by the scruff of the neck and drove us forward a few times. Him and Raggett were the difference between the 2 teams. I also thought Vickers had a good game, impressed me tonight."
Imprest 1: "Think it's difficult to pick one from a really good team performance, but I'll go with Sean Long, who did well after being out for a while."
Stevie_imp: "Everyone had a reasonable game but Long stood out giving 100% at the back. Bostwick, Eardly and Dickie did well. But Long just pinched it for me."
berksimps: "Long by a short distance from Raggett and the rest of the back four.
He was committed into the tackle, broke up play and made driving runs to get forward when he could. He showed the hard passionate belief that has been lacking in Habergham's play since he came back from injury."
Wycombe Wanderers (a): Sean Raggett - 9 Votes - [37.5%]
Rotherham United (a - EFL Cup): Alex Woodyard - 7 Votes [58.33%]
Morecambe (h): Matt Green - 11 Votes - [42.31%]
Exeter City (a): Sean Raggett: 6 Votes - [50%]
Carlisle United (h): Alex Woodyard: 23 Votes - [67.65%]
Mansfield Town (a - EFL Trophy): Sean Long: 6 Votes - [50%]
Luton Town (h): Sean Long: 9 Votes - [28.12%]
Stevenage (a): Sean Raggett: 7 Votes - [58.33%]
Forest Green Rovers (a): Harry Anderson: 8 Votes - [66.67%]
Mansfield Town (h): Rob Dickie 22 Votes - [84.62%]
Notts County (a): Michael Bostwick: 9 Votes - [64.29%]
Barnet (h): Harry Anderson: 13 Votes - [43.33%]
Grimsby Town (a): Michael Bostwick: 11 Votes - [64.71%]
Chesterfield (h): Alex Woodyard: 18 Votes - [39.13%]
Cambridge United (h): Neal Eardley: 13 Votes - [48.15%]
Thank you to Graham Burrell and Lincoln City FC for the photograph.