Wanderers will head to Accrington Stanley in the Bristol Street Motors Trophy round of 16 after the Reds overcame Lincoln City.

Rosaire Longelo scored a 93rd-minute winner in the fixture at the Wham Stadium, which was postponed last week after the pitch was deemed unplayable.

Longelo’s strike set up a repeat of last season’s semi-final, which the Whites won 2-0 thanks to Elias Kachunga and Aaron Morley.

“I am proud of everyone,” Stanley boss John Coleman told the club’s YouTube channel. “I thought they were fantastic tonight, from the first minute to the last.

“People will raise eyebrows at the team that was picked because of the age, it was very young, but they have big hearts.

“I thought they handled the ball a lot better than (Lincoln), created the better chances and fully deserved to win.”

It was an impressive result for Coleman’s side, who currently sit 10th in League Two following their relegation from the third tier last season.

He added: “We watched Lincoln, we had done our homework and they are a very good side. They attack well, they defend well, they have good players.

“We nullified their threats very well. Our defence was magnificent and when called upon, the goalkeeper pulled off a couple of great saves.

“I think our midfield had the better of their midfield, we got the wrong side of them time and time again. We passed it well, made chances and thought we could have scored more.

“To turn in that performance against a team of their calibre, I think our players deserve a great deal of credit.”

Wanderers overcame Port Vale in the round of 32 as they aim to become the first side to win the competition in back-to-back seasons.

Charles and Carlos Mendes Gomes struck either side of half time against the Valiants, while Dan Nlundulu had a late penalty saved at the second attempt.

Round of 16 ties are scheduled to be played in the week commencing Monday, January 8. The other fixtures in the northern section see Derby take on Bradford, Blackpool host Burton and Wigan head to Doncaster.