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17 September 2022 Venue Brunton Park Attendance

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Carlisle brush Dons aside

Another away loss for Wimbledon

17 September 2022

Our second-half fightback was quickly extinguished as Carlisle United overcame an Ayoub Assal equaliser to emerge as 2-1 winners at Brunton Park.

A Callum Guy strike on the stroke of half-time saw Wimbledon head in behind at the break following a half of good approach play, but very little in the way of end product.

Something clicked into gear midway through the second 45 minutes as we levelled through Assal after good work from Josh Davison and Nik Tzanev.

However, that optimism and pick me up feel was quickly ended as Kristian Dennis headed home at the back post.

Late efforts to steal a point proved to be in vain and the Dons headed back south empty-handed.

Jackson made two changes to the side which lost out to Northampton Town on Tuesday with George Marsh and Jack Currie coming in for Harry Pell and Nathan Young-Coombes -  this in turn meant a change in formation too as we reverted to a three at the back.

Meanwhile, Alfie Bendle was named on the bench for the game up in Cumbria.

It was a fast start on a perfect pitch, with both sides testing each other with dangerous low deliveries - Currie and Lee Brown in particular were certainly combining well in the early stages. When Tzanev was tested at the other end, he dealt with Carlisle’s efforts with the minimum of fuss.

Alex Pearce was then forced into making a vital challenge as Jordan Gibson looked almost certain to score after being put through.

It was then the turn of Wimbledon to create an opening as Currie’s cross from the left-side was struck wide on the half-volley by Marsh.

The Dons headed into the break with a deficit to overcome though after conceding on the stroke of half-time, a Callum Guy shot took a slight deflection and found its way into the net.

Following a slow start to the second-half, we looked to switch things up with Pell and Osew being introduced in a bid to change the tide of the game.

Our side then found an equaliser out of nothing. A long kick from Tzanev was headed on by Davison, with Assal calmly slotting past the onrushing Tomas Holy to fire us back into life.

There was then another good chance for us as Paris Maghoma dragged his shot wide of the far post after working some room well in the penalty area.

The midfielder then won a free-kick in a promising position after a driving run, but Pell could only strike the resulting effort into the hands of Holy.

However, it was the hosts who would retake the lead as a Omari Patrick cross was headed on by Jack Armer for Dennis to finish at the back post.

Assal then had a good chance in stoppage time to level the scores once more as he fired over the bar following a good knock-down by substitute Kyle Hudlin, but it was too little, too late.

AFC Wimbledon: Nik Tzanev, Chris Gunter, Lee Brown, Josh Davison (Kyle Hudlin), Ayoub Assal, Ethan Chislett (Harry Pell), Ryley Towler (Paul Osew), Alex Pearce, Paris Maghoma, Jack Currie

PICS: Simon Davies (Pro Sports Images)

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Ticket News

Ticket Update for our first trip to Carlisle in 7 years

Places still available on our supporters' coach

15 September 2022

On Saturday we make our first visit to Brunton Park since that glorious promotion season in 2015/16 - and tickets are available to show your support for Johnnie Jackson’s men.

Dons fans can purchase tickets on Saturday from the away ticket office, which will be open from 1.30 pm, but please note that prices increase by £3 on matchdays at Carlisle. The host club will accept cash, card, or apple pay at the ticket office, where our supporters can collect tickets purchased in advance.

For those supporters who have bought tickets in advance, you can collect up until 12 noon on Friday from our stadium reception, otherwise your ticket will be available for collection from Carlisle.

Advance tickets are on sale at the following prices:

Adult - £21

Seniors 65 and over - £18

Young Person (18-22 years) - £15

Junior U-18s - £12

Junior U-14s (11-13 years) - £12

Family Junior (11-17 years) - £10

Child U-11s (7-10 years) - £9

Book now from our online ticket shop .

Please note that tickets for Junior Under-14s, along with Child Under-7s and Under-11s, must be accompanied with an Adult, Senior, Young Person, or Junior Under-18.

A maximum of two family junior tickets can be purchased for every adult ticket, or a maximum of one family junior ticket for every one senior ticket purchased.  

Wheelchair spaces can be booked for £5 with carers admitted free of charge. For more information, contact 020 3988 7863.


Places are still available on the supporters' coach for this match (£45) with the following pick-up points:

Waterside Way (close to the stadium) - 5.30 am

Tolworth Railway Station - 6.00 am

Book now from our online ticket shop .

Alternatively, e-mail  .

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