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Match Reports

Dons edged out

Defeat on the road

25 February 2023

AFC Wimbledon fell to a loss on Saturday afternoon as Gillingham came from behind to win 2-1 at Priestfield.

Our side came into the game with a depleted squad, as several players missed out through injury. Nevertheless it was the Dons who took the lead on the day, with Ali Al-Hamadi finishing off a well worked team move.

Despite appearing that we would kick-on from that point it was the home side that came roaring back as Max Ehmer prodded home on the goal line following a good initial save by Nik Tzanev.

Things then went from bad to worse as former Wimbledon defender Cheye Alexander scored from distance, which in turn proved decisive as we failed to pose any real threat in the final quarter.

Johnnie Jackson made four changes to the side which drew 2-2 with Hartlepool United, as Will Nightingale coming in for his first league start since September, along with Harry Pell, Kasey McAteer and Jack Currie.

This meant that Paul Kalambayi, Ethan Chislett, Diallang Jaiyesimi and Alex Pearce all dropped out of the starting eleven. These changes also saw us switch to a back three in defence.

McAteer was quick into the action on his first start for the Dons, with the right wing-back for the day seeing a shot deflect wide early on. Josh Davison was also off target as the final knockings of the first-half approached.

Harry Pell then came even closer as his header was tipped over by Glenn Morris. Tzanev then got a slight touch on Alex MacDonald’s strike as he diverted the ball onto the underside of the bar just before the break.

The first period wasn’t much of an event, so things could only improve in the second - and they certainly did as we took an early lead.  

Lovely interplay between Davison and Pell saw Al-Hamadi sprint in behind. The Iraq international kept his composure as he checked back onto his left foot and fired home, much to the delight of the travelling Dons.

However the hosts were quickly back level as Ehmer scrambled home from close range after Tzanev had saved an initial header. And they were soon in front as Alexander cracked in from distance.

It proved to be a sucker punch for Wimbledon as we failed to come close to bringing the game back level despite applying pressure in the closing stages.

AFC Wimbledon: Nik Tzanev, Chris Gunter, Lee Brown, Alex Woodyard (Ethan Chislett), Will Nightingale, Harry Pell (George Marsh), Josh Davison (Sam Pearson), Ali Al-Hamadi, Armani Little, Kasey McAteer (Saikou Janneh), Jack Currie

PIC: Simon Traylen (Pro Sports Images)

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Ticket News

700-plus Dons bound for Kent

Join the Wimbledon travelling army for trip to Gillingham

24 February 2023

We're back on the road this weekend with a visit to Gillingham - and there's still time to join over 700 Dons at Priestfield Stadium.

We've traditionally had fantastic support at this venue over the years and we're expecting more of the same tomorrow, so make sure you're a part of what promises to be another exciting away trip.

But we're reminding you that there's a different way of ordering your tickets at Gillingham this time around.

The host club are selling tickets to our fans for this fixture with E-tickets available from their online shop.

Buy now from Gillingham's online tickets page.

Please note that no tickets will be available to buy over the phone, or in person on the day, with only E-tickets available.

Ticket prices are as follows:



Senior (65+)


Young Adult (18-21)


Under 18


Under 14

FREE with full paying Adult

E-tickets can be purchased online right up until kick-off with turnstile operators having scanners that will read an E-Ticket from either a printout or from the screen of a mobile device. However, Gills advise that all purchases are made well in advance to avoid any last-minute issues, and to avoid queuing.

Take a look at Gillingham's User Guide for instructions on ordering your ticket.

When a purchase is made you will receive a confirmation e-mail to the account that you provided.

The only exception is for ambulant disabled/wheelchair users and PA (those that have Higher/Enhanced Rate DLA/PIP), whose E-tickets MUST be purchased over the phone. The ticket office number for these purchases is 01634 300 000 (Monday to Friday 9am-5pm).

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