CHESTER CITY will endeavour to make it two wins out of two this evening when they entertain Lincoln City at the Deva Stadium.
City recorded an outstanding victory at Peterborough in the Coca-Cola League Two opener last Saturday defeating Posh 1-0 at London Road thanks to a Stewart Drummond goal.
Chester manager Keith Curle is naturally looking forward to tonight's game. He said: "The lads were outstanding on Saturday and now they must carry on where they left off.
"I have a lot of respect for Keith Alexander, the Lincoln manager, and I know he will have his side well prepared and organised.
"Keith has done a superb job in his time over there."
Lincoln, who reached the League Two play-off final last season only to lose to Southend United in extra-time, are one of the promotion favourites this season.
Last Saturday they drew 1-1 with Northampton Town at Sincil Bank.
City, who are expected to retain the side who did so well at Peterborough at the weekend, welcome back
Sean Hessey to their squad following suspension, he is likely to be named as one of the substitutes.
However, record signing Gregg Blundell, who suffered an ankle injury in training last week, will still be missing.
Midfield player Craig Dove is also still recovering from injury and will also be an absentee.
Meanwhile, Shrewsbury Town have made an approach for City's central defender Richard Hope.
The former York City player has been training with the Gay Meadow outfit for the past fortnight.
Hope has been informed by manager Curle that he doesn't fit in to his future plans.