Lincoln City boss Gary Simpson cautious over 'smarting' Macclesfield Town
Lincoln City boss Gary Simpson is expecting a tough challenge against Macclesfield tomorrow night.
The Imps boss comes up against his former club as his Lincoln City side prepares for its first home game at Sincil Bank this season.
Simpson’s charges started their campaign with a 0-0 draw at Woking on Saturday, while Macclesfield stumbled to a 1-0 defeat at home to Nuneaton.
And Simpson is worried that the loss will spur them on against his team.
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“We will be out to try and beat them, but they took a beating on Saturday and that will spur them on,” said Simpson. “They will be smarting after losing their first game.”
“They have got some talented players, who are strong and have a fair bit of pace about them.
“We know it will be a tough game and I expect them to come here with a five-man midfield and try and stifle the match.”