Lincoln really could have put this game to the bed in the first leg itself, as they had a 0-2 lead even at the 60-minute mark. But in a span of 60 seconds, Fola scored twice to even out the score.
As of now, the Red Imps are on a long scoring streak, and especially at home they have been on a roll.
Meanwhile, Fola too are currently on a fierce run, and they too are scoring at will be it at home or on the road. They also do have the confidence of making a comeback after going down 2-0.
With a spot in the second qualifying round at stake, expect either team to give their best this Tuesday. Goals are anticipated from both sides of the pitch.
The Red Imps have failed to score just once in their last 18 games, and they have failed to find the back of the net at home just once since November of 2020.
On the other hand, their counterparts are on an impressive scoring streak of 30 matchups, and the last they failed to score on the road was in September of 2020.
Both teams have shown their offensive quality, and we can expect it to be displayed this Tuesday as well. However, since this is the second leg, the squads will give a little more importance to defense.
The inference is that either team will find the back of the net once, and take the game to extra time where it’s anyone’s game, especially since the away goals rule have been abolished.
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