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Preview: Latics v Dons

11 November 2016

Manager and captain prepare for tough test on the road

AFC Wimbledon return to League One action tomorrow with an awkward trip to Park to face Oldham Athletic.

position in the table and will be eager to move away from the relegation zone under manager Stephen Robinson, who took over the post in July.ndThe Dons will be looking to keep up their excellent away form in the league, with their last defeat on the road on the opening day at Walsall. The Latics currently occupy 22

Neal Ardley’s men are in ninth position and just a point off the play-off places.


They’ve got a very good away record. They score a lot of goals in the last period of the game, so we have to be on our mettle with that. Set-plays will be huge to us. They’ve got big players all over the pitch and a player (Dom Poleon) who used to be here as well, but it comes down to individual battles and we’re aware of that and we must win those in both boxes.” Stephen Robinson: “Wimbledon are unbeaten in their last seven games away from home.

Neal Ardley: “Away from home against a big club, it is going to be tough. Sometimes the league does not tell you what it should and other times it does. They beat Scunthorpe 2-0 at home a few weeks back and played really well and they’ve played well in other games. Little moments have gone against them, but they have got good players, who can hurt us. We’ve got to be ready.

Barry Fuller: “It won’t change me at all. If that fifth booking comes - it happens. I’m out there to do a job for the team and if there’s a chance there to win a tackle and maybe I mistime it – that happens. If five bookings comes we deal with it, but it’s not going to change my approach at all.”

(Full interview with Barry Fuller, above, is available to Dons Player subscribers)


Oldham Athletic: Defender Carl Winchester came through training and is due to be assessed to see if he can be involved, but midfielder Paul Green won’t be available.

AFC Wimbledon: Goalkeeper James Shea is expected to be included in the squad after coming off in the early stages of the Checkatrade Trophy defeat at Newport County. The match may come too soon for centre-back Darius Charles.


(Last 6 in League, starting with most recent)

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AFC Wimbledon LWWDWW


(League One)

Rochdale 1 Oldham Athletic 0

AFC Wimbledon 2 Bradford City 3


Visiting supporters are located in the Chadderton Road Stand (‘Chaddy End’) at Park. This is the stand at the ‘bottom end’ of the ground. Please also be advised that any disabled supporters access the stadium via turnstiles 36-39 from the InterSystems car park adjacent to the North Stand which is under development and that all supporters approaching the turnstiles from the InterSystems car park do so through the coach parking area. For this fixture disabled supporters should show their match tickets to the attendant on the InterSystems car park, accessed from Broadway, to be directed to the appropriate disabled parking area.

The main Intersystems car park is now ‘Permit Holders Only’ and as such match day parking is not available on site to visiting supporters. Oldham Athletic have an agreement with the Royal Oldham Hospital which allows their staff car park to be used by supporters. A £3 charge is made on entry. This car park is to the rear of the B&Q Superstore on Westhulme Avenue, off Westhulme Way, postcode OL1 2QL.


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