Michael Appleton's City side return home to LNER Stadium tomorrow night as they face Plymouth Argyle in Sky Bet League One action.
The Imps go into the fixture having drawn 0-0 against Fleetwood Town on Saturday, leaving them third in the Sky Bet League One table with 13 points.
Plymouth, who make the trip up to LNER Stadium on Tuesday currently sit sixth in the standings with 11 points, having won three and drawn two of their opening six games.
Ryan Lowe's side have won their two previous league games, most recently picking up three points against Northampton Town at the weekend. Argyle won 2-1 with Frank Nouble opening the scoring before Kelland Watts cancelled out Ricky Korboa's equaliser in the 88th minute.
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Ryan Lowe wants his side to continue their impressive form telling Plymouth's website he expects a lot from his side over the next few fixtures.
“I expect us to be battling, I expect us to be performing, and I expect us to win games of football. That’s just the way it is, that’s the culture of me, my staff, and the football club, and the lads to be fair.
“We won’t get carried away, we’ll keep plodding away. The last game has gone, we have to put it aside, and we’ve got to move on to the next one at Lincoln on Tuesday.”
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The Pilgrims have recruited a number of experienced Football League names over the summer, including the likes of Frank Nouble, Panutche Camará and Ben Reeves.
George Cooper and Lewis Macleod have also arrived at the club signing from Peterborough and Wigan.
Argyle have also signed Jack Ruddy from Spanish side Leganés with the goalkeeper providing healthy competition for Michael Cooper and McCormick.
Five loan signings have come through the door at Home Park this summer with Timmy Abraham the most recent signing from Fulham until January 2021. He joins team mate Jerome Opoku with the pair arriving at Plymouth from Craven Cottage.
Ryan Hardie and Kelland Watts arrive down south from northern clubs Blackpool and Newcastle. Watts was on the scoresheet in Argyle's last game, scoring the winner in the 88th minute against Northampton.
Tyrese Fornah adds depth to midfield joining the club on a season long loan from Championship side Nottingham Forest. The 21-year-old spent time with Lisbon based side Casa Pia earlier in the year.
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