Wycombe climbed into the Peak of This Sky Bet League One table.
Joe Jacobson scored a 20-yard free-kick in five minutes and his 36th-minute corner moved in via Michael Bostwick on the line.
Next, following 50 minutes had been pulled back by John Akinde, Jacobson did it again direct using Lincoln keeper Josh Vickers conquered.
The victory guaranteed Wycombe moved in their 132-year history to their greatest league position.
Coventry came from two goals down to secure a thrilling 3-2 win over Blackpool and move up to second. Before adding a second after 38 seconds when his account started blackpool took the lead.
The Sky Blues were obtained by matty Godden back before the break along with Wesley Jobello hauled them level at the end of this first half. Callum O’Hare finished the comeback with all the winner at time .
As their home run continued with a 2-1 victory over 17, fleetwood went into fourth. Paddy Madden swept home his sixth goal of the season for the hosts following Jordan Rossiter’s shot came back off a post, however Elliott Moore got on the conclusion of Anthony Forde’s cross.
Peter Clarke won it 11 minutes from time when he headed home from the cross of Lewie Coyle.
As they came from behind to beat Rotherham 2-1 at the Keepmoat Stadium, ben Whiteman’s late penalty secured a victory in the Yorkshire derby for Doncaster.
On-loan Jake Hastie’d shipped the Millers into the break a goal up, as the match turned on its head, before skipper Whiteman struck by 12 metres two minutes from time, but veteran James Coppinger equalised.
Sam Nombe scored for MK Dons since the facet of Paul Tisdale on his first league start imposed a 2-1 defeat AFC Wimbledon.
MK Dons took the lead if Conor McGrandles’ ball sent Nombe through on target before he slotted home in the 10th minute. Rhys Healey bagged his third goal of the year before Marcus Forss uttered an introduction goal on.
Accrington fought with 10 guys for the majority of the second half to earn a draw. Ollie Clarke set the Pirates on, but Jordan Clark and Sam Finley turned things around for Stanley.
Moments levelled before the rest and just four minutes after the restart Seamus Conneely was sent off for a second yellow card. Clarke-Harris’ overhead kick put forward in the 63rd minute for Dion Charles to equalise in the spot 13 minutes.
Later Alfie Jones and Alex Jakubiak had awarded a comfortable lead at the interval to the Gills second-half targets from Connor Jennings and Paul Mullin watched Tranmere to a draw with Gillingham.
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