Wimbledon gained promotion to the League two seasons ago and quickly made themselves at home by finishing just outside the play-offs. They look a very good bet to actually get into the play-offs this season if not at the very top.
They'll be without a handful of players for the game with Brett Johnson, Lee Minshull (both medial ligament injuries) and Luke Moore (ankle ligament) all definitely out. Ismail Yakubu and Christian Jolley will both undergo fitness tests before the game and Andre Blackman is back from suspension.
The Dons manager, Terry Brown, bought in a loan (Chris Bush from Brentford) and also promoted a couple of youngsters from the youth side to cover the injuries.
We had to manage without Nick Wright (illness) for the 1-1 draw at Fleetwood on Tuesday but he should be ok as should Callum Gittings (calf) and Dave Hankin (hamstring) who were both substituted during the game as a precaution. Ollie Thorne and Lee Vaughan also picked up knocks in the game but have been training since the game with no after effects.
Now we seem to have started to get our act together results wise we now need to kick on and putting some wins in place. Having watched the game last night I think that if we can stop Kedwell then we can stop Wimbledon. They looked good in parts but not un-beatable.
Lewis, Stevens, Vaughan, Mike Williams, Sharpe, Albrighton, Griffiths, Finnigan, Thorne, Byrne, Shaw, Briscoe, McPhee, Briggs, Hankin, Morris, Wright, Blair, Gittings, Hadley, Marc Williams.
AFC Wimbledon from:
S Brown, Turner, Jackson, Blackman, Bush, Gregory, Yakubu, Hatton, Wellard, Kedwell, Main, Jolley, S Moore, Franks, Nwokeji, Harris, Sam-Yorke, Jones, Yussuf, J Brown, Stafford, Stenning, Harmsworth.
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