Southend United Vs Lincoln City, Sat 2 Oct 2010

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Stevenage manager Graham Westley looks set to hand on-loan striker Chris Holroyd his home debut against Wycombe.

Holroyd, who is at Borough on a three-month loan deal from Brighton, has netted four goals in his first two games for Westley's side, including a hat-trick in the 4-1 win at Hereford on Tuesday.

With no new injury worries or suspensions Westley looks set to name the same starting XI for the third successive game.

Joel Byrom could come back into contention for a place on the substitutes' bench if he recovers from a head injury which has caused him to miss the last two games.

Borough are on a good run of form and are unbeaten in three games, winning their last two.

Adifane Noussoura will not be part of the Lincoln squad despite receiving international clearance.

First-team coach Scott Lindsey, taking charge for the first time following the resignations of manager Chris Sutton and his assistant Ian Pearce earlier this week, has confirmed the midfielder will get some much-needed match action in the reserve game against Scunthorpe on Tuesday.

Lindsey is also without Paul Green (thigh) and Andy Hutchinson (foot) while club captain Scott Kerr completes his three-match ban.

Sutton and Pearce left for personal reasons after the goalless draw with Burton in midweek with the Imps sitting in 20th place in the table after a disappointing start to the season, having picked up only two wins from nine games.

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