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Jack rated “touch-and-go” for visit to Tranmere

Dons look to go nine unbeaten in Birkenhead

18 November 2022

Manager Johnnie Jackson will give Jack Currie as much time as possible to be fit for Saturday’s League Two clash at Prenton Park with Tranmere Rovers.

The young Dons defender, who has already appeared three times in the League Two team of the week in his breakthrough season, had to come off in the first half of our FA Cup first round replay victory over Weymouth in midweek.


“He’s going to be touch-and-go for the game,” said Johnnie after Friday training and before the Dons set off from our New Malden base. “He had that knock during the week, so we’ve been monitoring him closely. He’ll travel with the group, and we’ll make a late call on Jack.

“I was really pleased for Huseyin Biler when he made his home debut in the cup. It was a big game for him and a big moment when he came on. He was well prepared, knowing that if he did have to be called upon early that he’d be ready. Fair play to the lad, he was excellent when he came on for Jack, he really embraced that role. He gave us a really good attacking outlet and also defended really well.

“There are no further problems. We called upon some different lads on Tuesday night and they all came in and did the job that was asked of them, competed well and came through it unscathed. The guys that came back from injury, Alex Pearce and George Marsh, we limited their minutes. They’ll be better for that.”


Hosts Tranmere are four places above us in the table and three points better off, but we travel there on the back of an eight-game unbeaten run in all competitions.

“They had a really bright start to the season,” said Johnnie. “They’re a good team, good outfit, well drilled, Micky Mellon has got them in a really good place. They’ve got players in the forward areas that can really hurt you.

“They get a lot of crosses into the box and two good front men that feed off that supply that they get from wide areas. We’re going to be up against it, in regard to defending those crosses, defending our box, having a good shape about us and trying to stop the source. Knowing that at times we’re going to have to defend, we need to stand up against that and exploit areas going forward.”


Although we’re getting used to having to do without Chris Gunter, Johnnie is excited at the prospect of us having representation at the World Cup with the most-capped player for Wales currently on duty out in Qatar.

“We’re disappointed that we lose Chris for the games that he’ll be away and we don’t know for how long that will be for, at present,” said Johnnie. “But I think it’s fantastic for the football club to have a representative out there and I’m delighted for Chris, personally, that he’s got an opportunity to play in a World Cup.

“Hopefully he gets some game time and I wish him and Wales all the very best – apart from when they play England!”

Photos: Pro Sports Images.

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

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Match Reports

3 moments of magic on Merseyside!

Another win for the Dons

19 November 2022

AFC Wimbledon put in a mature and composed display on Saturday afternoon as we emerged as 2-0 winners over Tranmere Rovers.

Our in-form pairing of Ethan Chislett and Ayoub Assal lit up the game with two pieces of brilliance that saw us march to nine games unbeaten across all competitions.

Tranmere were also reduced to 10 men during the 90 minutes as Dynel Simeu was shown a straight red – however our side did have to weather the storm somewhat, as we rose to the challenge well.

Nik Tzanev also deserves massive credit for denying Kane Hemmings from the penalty spot as our goalkeeper came up with a match-defining moment when we needed him most.

All in all it was another impressive performance from a team which seems to be getting better and better by the game, further underlining the confidence that exists within our group of players.

Johnnie Jackson made five changes to the side which beat Weymouth 3-1 in the FA Cup on Tuesday, with Huseyin Biler coming in for his first league start in place of the injured Jack Currie. Meanwhile there was also recalls to the starting eleven for Tzanev, Alex Woodyard, Chislett and Paul Kalambayi.

Tranmere were roared on by their supporters and created the first opening of the game as Paul Lewis forced Tzanev to tip the ball wide.

However the wind was quickly knocked out of Rovers’ sails as we took the lead soon after. A ball rebounded into the path of Chislett on the far side of the area, with the in-form midfielder smashing home a half volley that left Ross Doohan with no chance.

It then got even worse for the hosts as Dynel Simeu was shown a straight red card for throwing Harry Pell to the ground off the ball. Biler then made a great block as Tranmere threatened to equalise against the run of play.

Pell then almost got on the scoresheet as he saw his diving header well saved by Doohan just before half-time.

Rovers came on strong at the start of the second period, however we managed to keep them largely at arm’s length as the hour mark came and went.

Disaster then struck for the Dons as Tzanev brought down Lewis in the box, with the referee awarding a penalty. Nevertheless our number one redeemed himself in stunning style by flying to his right to keep out Hemmings’ spot kick.

We then doubled our lead in the final 10 minutes. Assal picked up the ball on the far side of the area before driving inside and finding the far corner in style. It was a goal worthy of winning any game and wrapped up a deserved victory for Wimbledon.

AFC Wimbledon: Nik Tzanev, Alex Woodyard, Harry Pell, Josh Davison, Ayoub Assal, Ethan Chislett (Kyle Hudlin), Ryley Towler, Paris Maghoma, Huseyin Biler, Paul Kalambayi, Isaac Ogundere

PICS: Paul Thompson (Pro Sports Images)

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Ticket News

Tranmere up next: Tickets & travel

Book a place on the supporters' coach

16 November 2022

The Dons are back up north again this weekend with a trip to Tranmere Rovers on the horizon and places are available for return travel on the supporters' coach.

Our supporters will be accomodated in the Cowshed Stand with the following ticket prices:

  • Adults - £22
  • Seniors (65-plus) - £17
  • Young Adult (23-24 years) - £18
  • Young Person (18-22 years) - £15
  • Under-18s - £9
  • Under-12s - £5

To buy in advance, please visit our online shop.

Disabled tickets (plus Personal Assistant for free) are available for £15 each. Please contact us on 020 3988 7863 for more information. 

Over 500 travelling Dons showed great support for the boys at Salford last weekend, so a bit more of the same will be very much appreciated on Merseyside!

Ticket collection

For those Dons fans who cannot collect their tickets from our stadium, you can pick-up your ticket at Prenton Park on Saturday. 

Supporters' Coach

Return travel to Prenton Park and back is available (£40 each) with the following pick-up points and times:

Waterside Way (off Plough Lane) - 8 am

Tolworth Rail Station - 8.30 am

Book a place by accessing our online shop.


This is available on a first come, first served basis (including disabled bays) at a pre-booking cost of £6 and £7 on the day. To pre-book call Tranmere's ticket office on 03330 144452 (option 2). Advice from the host club is that the surrounding residential area is all permit parking and there's extra vigilance on matchdays so please don't risk a fine!

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