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Dons go for four in a row

Preview and team news as we visit unbeaten Mansfield

6 October 2023

We’ll be aiming to do something tomorrow afternoon that we haven’t achieved since April 2021.

Having beaten Walsall, Tranmere and Harrogate, a win at unbeaten Mansfield would make it four successive league victories – last achieved when we beat Acccrington Stanley, Ipswich, Swindon and Oxford United.

“Why not?! We’re in good form with three on the bounce,” said Johnnie, after Friday’s session at the training ground and just before departing for Nottinghamshire. “Spirits are really high and we’re playing well.

“It is a tough place to go though and to get the four in a row we’re going to have to be right at it. We’re going into every league game confident, so let’s see if we can do it.”

You can see the full interview below.

What are your thoughts after analysis of the win at Harrogate on Tuesday night?

It was a good win on the road. We did some good work defensively, I think we could be better with the ball. We probably didn’t create as much as we have done. We’ve had a quick look back over it, but all the focus has been on Mansfield now and trying to overcome them.

They say the table starts to take shape after ten games – much room for improvement then still?

I think so. We’re pleased with where we’re at and the points tally that we’ve got and the stats all look good, but being greedy and looking back perhaps we could have had more. In defeat, I feel we could have got something from it and certainly the games we’ve drawn we could have had more – but that’s a good thing.

We’re sat in second with a good points tally, which I think says a lot about the group and how far we’ve come.


What time did you get back from Harrogate and how have preparations gone for Mansfield?

I got indoors about half three! It was a late one. Wednesday was a bit of a write off, but the lads had the day off. I got some work done on Wednesday afternoon though – looking at Mansfield and planning for the next two days.

Thursday was more about recovery, after that journey and knowing that we’ve got another long one. We got some really good work in today on the grass and it was a short and sharp session to save everyone’s legs. We have to go up to this game with as much energy that we can muster. We worked on some things that we think Mansfield will do, so that we try to counter that.


Connor Evans was back outside in the early stages of his rehab from a hamstring injury. Anyone else missing tomorrow?

No, everyone came through the game all right. With the journey, there were some tired legs on Thursday, but everyone looked fresh today. Connor will be the only one who is not available, but I’m hoping it’s not too long with him now. It’s good to see him back outside, but he’ll miss out on Saturday. Everyone else is there to be picked from.

Mansfield have drawn a few, but they remain unbeaten. How much are you looking forward to putting that to the test?

It’s a really tough game for us. They’re a really good team with really good players. The way they play is quite expansive and they can cause you a lot of problems with their movement – so we’ve got be on it and our shape will need to be good. We’re going to have to work hard and suffer at times, knowing that happens when you’re away to a good team.

They’re unbeaten for a reason, because they’ve started the season well. They’ve scored a lot of goals, and they don’t concede too many, so this really is a proper test. For us though – that’s brilliant. They’re going to have to lose a game at some point and we want to be the first ones to inflict that.

Photos: Pro Sports Images.  

You can listen to full commentary of the game, with our Radio WDON team, from 3pm on iFollow Dons.

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Match Reports

Dons cancelled out by Stags

0-0 at the One Call Stadium

7 October 2023

AFC Wimbledon had to settle for a point as we drew 0-0 with Mansfield Town on Saturday afternoon.

In a game of very few clear cut chances for both sides it will be the Dons who will feel we could have got more after seeing a James Tilley penalty saved in the first-half.

Nevertheless a point on the road isn’t to be sniffed at when Mansfield’s unbeaten start to the season is taken into account.

We once again showed strong organisation defensively and on another day one point could have been three. Our attentions now turn to a return to home turf as we prepare to face Bradford City at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.

Johnnie Jackson made one change to the side which beat Harrogate Town 1-0 as Josh Neufville came in for Aron Sasu.

It was Omar Bugiel who had our first effort of the afternoon, with the German-Lebanese striker firing straight at Christy Pym in the Mansfield goal. At the other end Joe Lewis was on hand to cut out a dangerous looking cross.

There was a big chance for the Dons to take the lead just south of the half hour mark when referee Martin Woods pointed to the penalty spot after a foul on Bugiel. James Tilley took the resulting spotkick but saw his effort pushed onto the underside of the bar by Pym.

Our number seven then had another effort fly wide as we continued to create opportunities in the latter stages of the first-half. The Stags’ expansive style certainly tested us at times but for the most part of the 45 minutes we kept them at arms’ length.

When they did eventually break through, they faced an in-form Alex Bass, with our keeper denying George Maris superbly in a one on one. This kept the game goalless heading into the break.

Into the second-half and it was the Dons who had the best opportunity of the game as Tilley raced onto a loose ball before rounding the keeper, only for Pym to recover and save strongly. The shot-stopper almost had egg on his face soon after however as he came mightily close to spilling another effort from our winger over the line.

Jake Reeves then fired into the side netting after a quickly taken free-kick as we continued to build up momentum. Davis Keillor-Dunn’s header drifted wide at the other end as the Stags kept us on our toes heading towards the final 10 minutes.

James Gale also had a shot from distance that forced Bass into his first real save of the afternoon. It was the only real bit of action in the final few minutes as both sides had to settle for a point.

AFC Wimbledon: Alex Bass, Jake Reeves, Ryan Johnson, James Tilley (Aron Sasu), Ali Al-Hamadi, Josh Neufville, Armani Little, Omar Bugiel, Jack Currie, Joe Lewis, Isaac Ogundere

Attendance: 7,417 (411 away)

PICS: Malcolm Bryce (Pro Sports Images)

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Ticket News

Join the travelling Dons at Mansfield

Still time to get your ticket for trip to Nottinghamshire

6 October 2023

Johnnie Jackson's men will on Saturday be aiming to extend their impressive unbeaten away record this season - and your support will be greatly appreciated at the One Call Stadium.

Tickets can be purchased online until 2 pm today (Friday), or you can buy on the day at Mansfield.

Please note that the announcement by Mansfield earlier this week that the game is all-ticket only applies to home supporters.

Advance ticket prices are as follows:

  • Adults - £21
  • Seniors (65-plus) - £19
  • Young Adults (18-21 years) - £17
  • Junior (13-17 years) - £14
  • Child (7-12 years) - £10
  • Under-7s - free (with a paying Adult/Senior)
  • Family Ticket (one Adult and one Junior or Child) - £24

Any child under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a full paying Adult/Senior.

Buy in advance from our online ticket shop, which can be accessed via the link below.

Mansfield Tickets

Tickets purchased in advance can be collected from the away end ticket booth at the One Call Stadium.

Buying on the day

Dons supporters will be able to purchase tickets on the day - card payments only as Mansfield operates a cashless stadium.

Please note that tickets for Adults, Seniors, and Young Adults will increase by £2 on the day, with a £1 rise for Junior and Child tickets.

Supporters' Coach 

Return travel is available on the coach at the price of £40 with the following pick-points and times:

  • Waterside Way (off Plough Lane) at 9 am
  • Outside Tolworth Railway Station at 9.30 am 

Book now from our online ticket shop.

Places on the coach must be booked in advance, we will not be accepting payments on the day.

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