Lincoln City defender Andrew Boyce determined to keep Forest Green Rovers locked out
Lincoln City defender Andrew Boyce is determined to battle out another clean sheet as he aims to spike the guns of Forest Green Rovers.
The big spending village side head to Sincil Bank tomorrow (3pm) with the same number of points as the Imps from their first two games.
But while the Imps battled out a 0-0 draw at Woking and a 1-0 win at home to Macclesfield, Forest Green battered 10-man Hyde 8-0 and then followed it up with a 1-1 draw at Nuneaton.
However, Boyce feels Lincoln can go into the game confident after keeping two clean sheets.
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“From a defensive point of view we couldn’t get off to a better start,” said Boyce. “You got out there to get clean sheets and we’ve managed two.
“I think that has come because we’ve got each other’s back. There are a few new faces who have come in, but we’ve all just clicked, the banter is always flying, so it’s good to see.
“Forest Green showed against Hyde that they can score goals. However, they drew against Nuneaton and I heard they were lucky to get the point there.
“Every game is different. We’ve kept two clean sheets and whoever you play that’s the first aim.
“We just got to keep it tight, the longer we keep it 0-0 the bigger the chance. You look at the fixtures, and you can say it’s a hard start, but it’s only a hard start if you lose them and we’ve not lost yet.
“And you know we’ll give it a go. If they are supposed to be the big hitters then we’ll give it a go and see what they have got.
“You only get three points, no matter what the score is. They are on four points just like us.”