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12 November 2022 Venue Peninsula Stadium Attendance

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Johnnie able to call upon experienced defender

Encouraging developments regarding striker's return

11 November 2022

Alex Pearce adds to our defensive options for our first ever trip to Salford City tomorrow, having been able to train with the squad.

The experienced centre-back has been missing from Johnnie Jackson’s line-up since he had to come off early on with a groin injury, in our two-all draw at Bradford City back in September.

“Pearcy has been training all week,” said Johnnie after Friday training and just before setting off. “He’ll be with the group that travels, and we’ll decide if he’s going to be involved on the pitch.”

Johnnie will have to do without in-form Ayoub Assal, who registered his seventh goal of the season in Tuesday night’s victory at home to leaders Leyton Orient, but there’s encouraging news about the return of Brentford loanee Nathan Young-Coombes up front.


“Everyone came through the game, but Ayoub misses out due to suspension following a fifth booking,” said Johnnie. “While we’re without him, it’ll be an opportunity for someone else to come in and stake a claim. As far as injuries, everyone has come through it brilliantly.

“We’ve got a few on the brink of suspension and we’ve had a chat with them, telling them to make sure they don’t pick up any ‘silly’ bookings. If you have to make tackles and compete – that’s football, there’s not much you can do about that. It’s the avoidable ones that we want to try and avoid!

“Josh Davison (glute) and Ethan Chislett (shin) both came out of the game tired from the shifts they’d put in. ‘Chis’ got through the ninety minutes, having missed out on the cup tie against Weymouth, so it was good that he managed that.

“With that though comes the necessary recovery strategies you need to put in place to go again at the weekend, but everyone who trained today looked good. When the team is winning everyone wants to be a part of it and they’ll all be looking to go again this Saturday."


“Nathan Young-Coombes is pretty much back in full training with Brentford. They want to oversee that for a few days and make sure that he comes through the sessions and then look to integrate him back with us as soon as possible. After the weekend, we’ll be discussing how soon we can get him back involved with us.”

Eighth in the table Salford stand between us and making it seven games unbeaten at the Peninsula Stadium this weekend.

“I think they’ve done fantastic,” said Johnnie. “They’ve had a lot of high-profile investment into the club, made gradual steps up the ladder and into the league and established themselves. I think they’ve done brilliantly up to this point. We know we’ve got a really tough game, but we go there in a good place with a decent momentum behind us and looking for the win.”

You can see the full preview with Johnnie Jackson below, via the link to our official YouTube channel.

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Match Reports

Dons and Ammies draw

A point on the road

12 November 2022

Our side and Salford City played out a 0-0 draw at the Peninsula Stadium as both teams failed to create too much in the way of clear-cut chances.

Ethan Chislett and Josh Davison passed up a couple of presentable first-half opportunities for us whilst the Ammies also had chances of their own – with Nik Tzanev making a great save to deny Matt Smith late on.

In the end it was a point well earned for Wimbledon as we extended our unbeaten run in the league to five games, with a welcome bonus of a second consecutive clean sheet offering further positivity.

Johnnie Jackson made one change to the side which saw off Leyton Orient 2-0 in midweek as Courtney Senior replaced the suspended Ayoub Assal. Meanwhile Alex Pearce featured on the bench for the first time since picking up an injury away at Bradford City.

After a quiet half an hour it was the Dons who created the first notable opening of the afternoon as Davison forced Tom King into a good save after being put in by Harry Pell’s header.

Chislett then rounded the Salford keeper before seeing his shot miss the target from an acute angle as we pushed hard before the break.

Moving into the second-half and Tzanev was called into action as he tipped a curling effort from Luke Bolton wide.

Chislett was then involved in the action again as he whipped in a great ball that was met with a diving header from Davison that failed to trouble King.

The same combination then saw our striker see his header matched by the hosts’ keeper as we began to have the better of the play in the final quarter of the game.

Tzanev then tipped Smith’s goal-bound header wide as we were forced back momentarily before stoppage time was shown.

The game finished goalless between the two teams as they failed to find a winner despite some late pressure at both ends of the field.

AFC Wimbledon: Nik Tzanev, Chris Gunter, Alex Woodyard, Harry Pell, Josh Davison, Ethan Chislett, Ryley Towler, Paris Maghoma, Courtney Senior (David Fisher), Jack Currie, Paul Kalambayi

PICS: Craig Galloway (Pro Sports Images)


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