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14 February 2023 Venue Sixfields Stadium Attendance

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English Football League - League Two

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Match Reports

Dons draw a blank

A point on the road

14 February 2023

AFC Wimbledon came away with a second successive 0-0 draw on Tuesday night as we were well matched by Northampton Town.

A third game in a row against one of Sky Bet League Two’s top four sides, we struggled to get any real rhythm into our play, with set pieces proving to be our best route to goal overall.

It means the gap between ourselves and the play-off places has widened, meaning that Saturday’s home game against Hartlepool United has increased in importance.

Johnnie Jackson made three changes to the side that drew against Carlisle United as Jack Currie, Saikou Janneh and Ali Al-Hamadi came in for Lee Brown, Harry Pell and Diallang Jaiyesimi. This coincided with a shift to more of a 4-3-3 formation.

It was the hosts who fashioned their first chance almost immediately as Sam Hoskins arrowed in a shot that Nik Tzanev matched comfortably. Marc Leonard then saw an equally tame effort gathered up by the Kiwi.

After a cagey first-half, things could only get better in the second. First a short corner caused pinball in the Northampton area before the hosts managed to scramble the ball clear as Currie fired in a shot.

We threw on the likes of Jaiyesimi, McAteer and Pell, however neither side produced any true forays forward in the closing stages, meaning it finished goalless at Sixfields.

AFC Wimbledon: Nik Tzanev, Chris Gunter, Alex Woodyard, Saikou Janneh (Diallang Jaiyesimi), Josh Davison, Ethan Chislett (Kasey McAteer), Ali Al-Hamadi (Harry Pell), Alex Pearce, Armani Little, Jack Currie, Paul Kalambayi

PIC: Dennis Goodwin (Pro Sports Images)

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Tickets & Travel for trip to Northampton

Book in advance for away game

6 February 2023

Our next away match is at Northampton Town on Tuesday 14 February (7.45 pm kick-off) and places are available on our supporters' coach for return travel.

We had a fantastic away following at Leyton Orient on Saturday and a bit more of the same will be very much appreciated by Johnnie's men against a side also flying high in League Two.

Places on the supporters' coach can be booked for £25 each with the following pick-up points:

  • Waterside Way, off Plough Lane, at 3 pm
  • Outside Tolworth Rail Station at 3.30 pm

Access our online ticket shop to make a booking.

Alternatively, or for any queries, please e-mail


You can buy in advance at the following prices:

  • Adults - £22
  • Over 65s - £18
  • Under-21s - £18
  • Under-18s - £10
  • Under-7s - free

Select Adult or Under-21 tickets in order to be eligible to purchase ticket for Under-7s.

Tickets can be purchased now from our online ticket shop.


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