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Kyle’s calm finish seals progress

Through to the last 16

22 November 2022

AFC Wimbledon earnt the bragging rights in tonight’s London derby as we saw off Sutton United 1-0 at Plough Lane.

A rivalry that has been bubbling up since the league meeting between the two sides earlier this season was ultimately decided by Kyle Hudlin’s composed finish within the opening 20 minutes.

From that point onwards a much-changed Dons side largely kept our near neighbours at arm’s length, with Nathan Broome coping well with a wave of set piece deliveries in the closing stages.

It was a result which underlined the strength in depth that we have within our ranks as a plethora of younger players got some much-needed minutes. We now progress to the next round of the Papa John’s Trophy and edged a step closer towards a potential Wembley appearance.

Johnnie Jackson made 10 changes to the side which won 2-0 at Tranmere Rovers, with Huseyin Biler being the only player to keep his place as the likes of Alex Pearce, Hudlin and Quaine Bartley came in. Meanwhile Jack Currie made his return from a minor knock.

After a slow start it was the Dons who took the lead just north of the 15-minute mark as Currie took on the role of creator. The left-back did brilliantly to latch onto a David Fisher pass before driving into the left channel and his ball across was then turned home by the onrushing Hudlin.

When Broome was called into action he dealt with it easily as Sutton rarely threatened during the opening 45 minutes.

Bartley was the first to threaten at the start of the second-half as his powerful effort forced Jack Rose into a save.

Craig Eastmond then had a header cleared off the line by the Dons as the U’s came on strong in the final stages of the contest.

Broome then made a good double save which relieved some of the mounting pressure in stoppage time.

In the end we saw the result through, meaning we progressed to the last-16 of the competition and in the process further extended our unbeaten run.

AFC Wimbledon: Nathan Broome, George Marsh (Ryley Towler), Alex Pearce, Kyle Hudlin, Huseyin Biler, Alfie Bendle, Courtney Senior (Ethan Chislett), Jack Currie, David Fisher (Ayoub Assal), Luke Jenkins, Quaine Bartley (Josh Davison)

PICS: Ian Stephen (Pro Sports Images)


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Matchday Guide: Buy tonight for derby knockout clash

Cheer on the Dons in pursuit of a last-16 place

22 November 2022

Johnnie Jackson’s men will tonight bid to make it 10 games unbeaten by edging closer to Wembley – and tickets can be purchased on the night to show your support for the Dons.

Join us for what promises to be another entertaining game under the lights at our wonderful stadium. Our last midweek match ended with an FA Cup win versus Weymouth after Ethan Chislett’s inspired second-half display led the victory charge.

There will be a sizeable away following for this match, so make sure you show us more of that famous Dons support!

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We’ll be open from 5.45 pm tonight, so join us as soon as possible to get in the mood for the big game – the Dons versus Sutton in the Papa John’s Trophy (7.45 pm kick-off).

Enjoy tasty treats from our food park behind the South London Movers Stand and catch a bit of the World Cup action – France versus Australia – in the Phoenix Pub before the main event.

Be a part of it all and cheer on the Dons to another victory!


Buy on the night at the following prices:

  • Adult £17
  • Concession £12
  • 17 and Under £5

Home fans can buy tickets in person from our club reception with tickets for away supporters available to buy from the away ticket booth (next to gate six).

Alternatively, buy in advance from our online ticket shop.

Season Ticket holders are reminded that they will need to download/print tickets from their accounts, in contrast to when they attend league matches.

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Opening times and entry

As mentioned above, the home turnstiles will be open from 5.45 pm with the away turnstiles open from 6.15 pm.

The Cappagh (West) Stand (access via gate two) and the South London Movers Stand will be open for Dons supporters. Entry to the latter stand will be via gates three and four. For fans who have purchased matchday hospitality, please enter the stadium via gate one, which will open at 5.00 pm.

The Cherry Red Records (North) Stand (accessed via gate seven) will be open for Sutton fans.

Food Park and The Phoenix

Supporters are welcome to join us early and make use of our fantastic food park behind the South London Movers Stand, or concessions in the Cappagh (West) Stand.

A choice of culinary delights will be available in the Food Park with stalls including:

  • Ding Ding (Chinese food)
  • MyPie
  • All Burgers

Our By The Horns Phoenix Pub will be open from 5.45 pm, offering a wide selection of beers and a chance to catch some of the France versus Australia game (7 pm kick-off).

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The SwipeStation app is the quickest way to order your matchday pint!

Camden Pale Ale and Stella Artois are available on the app with fans able to redeem their drinks orders from designated stations in the Cappagh (West) Stand. For more information, download the SwipeStation User Guide .

Fans' TV

Our club show is back – and better than ever!

Join our 9yrs Podcast team and guests for the pre-match show (from 6.45 pm) tonight and post-match reaction (approximately five mins after full-time).

If you follow either our official You Tube channel or our Facebook page you will get a notification inviting you to tune in.

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Club Shop

There's plenty of opportunity to get your hands on club merchandise as we'll be open until 7.40 pm tonight. Please note that there will be no matchday programme for tonight’s game.

More information

For a map of the stadium, information about using the Cycle Store and bringing bags into the ground, see our Matchday Guide section on the official website.

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