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Hard-fought point for the Dons

Goalless at the Mornflake Stadium

7 January 2023

AFC Wimbledon came away with a point against Crewe Alexandra as the two sides played out a feisty 0-0 draw.

It was the hosts who had the better of the chances on a wet afternoon in Cheshire, with Bassala Sambou hitting the woodwork and missing a gilt-edged opportunity at the death.

Nevertheless it’s a clean sheet that shouldn’t be undermined, with our side showing good grit and determination to see the game through.  

We will now be looking to build on this further as we return to home turf against Bradford City next week.

Johnnie Jackson made four changes to the side which lost to Sutton United, with Lee Brown, George Marsh, Alex Pearce and Courtney Senior coming in for Towler, Alex Woodyard, Kyle Hudlin and Nathan Young-Coombes.

This meant we switched to a back three, with Jack Currie and Huseyin Biler pushed higher up to provide width. Meanwhile, new signing Sam Pearson featured on the bench along with the newly recalled Zach Robinson and Paul Osew – with the latter returning from injury.

After a quiet first half hour the game came to life close to the half-time break, with Pearce making a crucial block to deflect Dan Agyei’s goal bound effort wide. Biler was then called into action as he cut out a dangerous cross at the near post.

Crewe’s pressure continued at the start of the second-half, as Sambou hit the post from close range following good interplay on the left. Up the other end Ethan Chislett saw an effort fly wide of the far post as we passed the hour mark.

Young-Coombes and Robinson were introduced for the final stages however it was the Railwaymen who came the closest in the final knockings of the game when Sambou headed over unmarked.

In the end it was a hard-fought point for the Dons who came away with a solid clean sheet.

AFC Wimbledon: Nik Tzanev, Lee Brown, George Marsh, Harry Pell, Josh Davison (Zach Robinson), Ethan Chislett, Alex Pearce, Huseyin Biler, Courtney Senior (Nathan Young-Coombes), Jack Currie, Paul Kalambayi

PICS: Paul Thompson (Pro Sports Images)

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