Stockport claimed a third consecutive home win with a 2-0 success over Lincoln.
The visitors went close to an opener in the 12th minute but Jake Jones' close-range effort was well saved by Richard O'Donnell.
The Imps were handed a glorious chance to take the lead in first-half stoppage time as O'Donnell fouled Jones in the area. But Colin Larkin - who scored the winner from the spot at the weekend - fired his penalty wide.
Stockport started the second period well and, after Mark Cullen's effort from outside the area came back off the frame of the goal, they took the lead in the 57th minute.
Danny Hattersley received Cullen's flick-on in the area and forced the ball past David Preece at his near post.
A second was added in the 62nd minute. Alan Power fouled Matty Mainwaring on the edge of the area and Sean Newton curled the free-kick into the bottom corner.