Heath worry for visit of Tykes

Joe Heath is a doubt for Lincoln's Carling Cup first-round tie at home to Championship outfit Barnsley on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 10/08/09 at 17:50

Heath (r): On loan from Forest

Heath (r): On loan from Forest

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The full-back, on loan from Nottingham Forest, is rated 50-50 by City boss Peter Jackson after suffering a knock in the Imps' opening League Two fixture against Barnet on Saturday.

Captain Scott Kerr will remain sidelined. The midfielder was unable to take part in Lincoln's pre-season matches due to a knee injury but he could come into contention when the Imps return to league action at Accrington at the weekend.

Right-back Paul Green remains a long-term absentee as he continues to recover from a hip operation while young striker Lenell John-Lewis is also out.

Lincoln have not progressed to the second round of the League Cup since defeating Crewe 5-1 in 2005.

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