By Rob Cornell
Neal Ardley’s men go in search of League One points this Sunday in front of the TV cameras, against a side they had a good record against last season.
The Dons produced one of their best displays of the previous campaign just over a year ago with an impressive 1-0 victory at Peterborough United. They remained unbeaten and kept another clean sheet when the two teams met again back in April.
However, The Posh visit The Cherry Red Records Stadium tomorrow (kick-off 2.30pm) having put the only dent in leaders Shrewsbury’s record this season.
Peterborough won 1-0 at the ABAX Stadium two weeks ago to inflict the first defeat of the season on the League One table-toppers. After a promising start to the season Grant McCann’s side are well placed in ninth.
Our photo shows crowd favourite Andy Barcham leading the charge for Wimbledon in last Saturday's FA Cup victory over Lincoln City.
Simon Bassey –
"They’re a very attacking team. They’ve picked up a couple of injuries – a bit like us. They’ve lost a couple of forwards and are a little bit light on firepower. Jack Marriott has come in from Luton this season and done really well for them up front and in Marcus Maddison they’ve got one of the stand out players in the league as technically he’s very good."
Deji Oshilaja –
"The mood in the camp has been good, it always is after a win.The boys have been at it in training, to be fair. Everyone is raring to go and is looking to put in a good performance for the fans on Sunday."
Grant McCann –
“AFC Wimbledon is always a tricky place to go. They have good players and are a real handful up front, but will be focussing on what we can do. We won our last league game against the previously unbeaten leaders and we had a good performance and a result in midweek against Cambridge.”
Team news -
Jimmy Abdou is away on international duty with Comoros, but Montserrat striker Lyle Taylor is fit and in contention while defender Darius Charles is also available for selection – having declined a call-up for Grenada.
Midfielder Dean Parrett and former Peterborough striker Kwesi Appiah remain ruled out.
Posh are without the services of striker Junior Morias. Ricky Miller is unavailable,
Last time out in League One -
Charlton Athletic 1, AFC Wimbledon 0
Peterborough United 1, Shrewsbury Town 0
Last meeting -
April 17, 2017
Sky Bet League One –
AFC Wimbledon 0, Peterborough United 0.
Tickets are available in the RyGas Stand and on the Chemflow terrace. These are available by visiting our online ticket shop.
Tickets will remain available to buy online up until 10am on Sunday. You can collect your tickets from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way before kick-off. The turnstiles will open at 1pm.
Match coverage -
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See more from our interviews with coach Simon Bassey and centre-back Deji Oshilaja by visiting iFollow Dons.