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Eastleigh 0-1 Lincoln City

Eastleigh were unlucky in defeat to league leaders Lincoln City at the Silverlake Stadium.

Sean Raggett scored the only goal of the game for the visitors with a 77th minute header.

Eastleigh: Graham Stack, Michael Green, Sam Togwell, Paul Reid, Adam Dugdale, Gavin Hoyte, Sam Matthews (Matt Tubbs, 72), Ben Close (James Constable, 84), Scott Wilson (Ayo Obileye, 72), Craig McAllister, Hakeem Odoffin. Subs (not used): Chinua Cole, James Constable, Ben Strevens.

Referee: Adam Bromley.

Attendance: 2,738 (659 from Lincoln)


As it happened:


EASTLEIGH 0 LINCOLN CITY 1: Spitfires so unlucky against league leaders Lincoln

Eastleigh 0 Lincoln City 1. IF Lincoln City go on to win the Vanarama National League title, they may well remember this as the day they got off the hook.

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