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      • (26') Omar Bugiel
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          Tranmere Rovers

          AFC Wimbledon


          35.6%

          Tra

          21.7%

          draw

          38.3%

          AFC

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Tranmere Rovers

          AFC Wimbledon


          60%

          Tra

          52.2%

          combined

          44.7%

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          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Tranmere Rovers

          AFC Wimbledon


          60%

          Tra

          48.9%

          combined

          38.3%

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          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Wimbledon vs Barrow Preview, Tips & Stats

          The Cherry Red Records Stadium hosts Wimbledon and Barrow this Saturday. Barrow are looking to close in on the automatic promotion spots and Wimbledon are within touching distance of Play-off football.

          Wimbledon currently sit ninth in League Two after 29 games. Wimbledon have 11 wins, ten draws and eight losses, leaving them on 43 points, just five points from MK Dons in the last Play-off place.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Wimbledon have one win, one draw and three losses.

          After a goalless first half, both Steven Fletcher and Paul Mullin scored in the second half to give Wrexham the 2 - 0 win over a Wimbledon side who could only manage one shot on target. Goals from Dan Kemp and Warren O’Hora, along with an own goal from Ryan Johnson gave MK Dons the 3 - 0 lead at halftime. Armani Little did manage to get Wimbledon in the game early in the second half, but red cards to both Huseyin Biler and Paul Kalambayi gave MK Dons the 3 - 1 win over a nine-man Wimbledon.

          Wimbledon bounced back against Mansfield Town. Following the early red card to Jordan Bowery, Omar Bugiel gave Wimbledon the 1 - 0 lead at halftime. Will Swan equalised for Mansfield, but following another red card, this time to Stephen Quinn, Ronan Curtis scored in the 96th minute to give Wimbledon the 2 - 1 win over nine-man Mansfield. In the Quarter-final of the Football League Trophy, Wimbledon faced Peterborough. Ryan McLean’s goal was more of a consolation after goals from Malik Mothersille, Ephron Mason-Clarke and Ricky-Jade Jones gave Peterborough the 3 - 1 win.

          The last time out for Wimbledon was against Bradford City. There were only four shots on target for the entire 90 minutes as both sides settled for the 0 - 0 draw.

          Barrow, on the other hand, currently sit third in League Two. In 30 games, Barrow have 14 wins, 11 draws and five losses which leaves them on 53 points, just one point from Mansfield Town in second.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Barrow have two wins, two draws and one loss.

          Dean Campbell scored the only goal of the game in the 60th minute to give Barrow the 1 - 0 win over Tranmere in a game with just three shots on target. Barrow took the lead against Sutton United through Ben Whitfield, but a brace from Harry Beautyman gave Sutton the 2 - 1 lead early in the second half. Niall Canavan equalised for Barrow, but Barrow couldn’t find another goal and had to settle for the 2 - 2 draw.

          Barrow took the lead again, this time in the ninth minute against Crewe Alexandra through Robbie Gotts. However, goals from Elliott Nevitt, Lewis Billington and Matus Holicek gave Crewe the 3 - 1 win. Kian Spence opened the scoring for Barrow but Aaron Nemane equalised before halftime. Neither team could find the back of the net again, settling for the 1 - 1 draw.

          The most recent outing for Barrow was against MK Dons. A late goal from Cole Stockton was the only goal of the game for a 1 - 0 win for Barrow.

          Wimbledon and Barrow have met just four times in their histories, with the first meeting coming as recently as 2020. Barrow have a marginally better record with two wins in comparison to Wimbledon’s one win, the other game ending in a draw.

          Wimbledon Team News

          Johnnie Jackson may be without the services of Ryan Johnson and Josh Neufville along with Biler and Kalambayi who are still suspended.

          Barrow Team News

          Pete Wild could be without Tyrell Warren and Junior Tiensia this weekend.

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