An in form AFC Wimbledon side are looking to continue their good run as they afce Bradford City in League Two this weekend.
AFC Wimbledon currently sit 4th in League Two with five wins, six draws and one loss from twelve games so far this season.
It's been an excellent star to the season for a Wimbledon side that little was expected of coming into this campaign after such a shoddy end to last season.
They're coming into this game in good form, unbeaten in their last five games having won three of their last four outings.
Their most recent game saw them claim a point in a 0-0 draw away at Mansfield Town last weekend in what was a solid result given Mansfield's league position and strength on their own turf.
Wimbledon have actually struggled fairly notably on their own patch of late having won just one of their five league games on home soil so far, but with that win coming in their most recent home game they'll hope they've turned a corner in that regard.
This is a tricky game against a side buoyed by a new manager but if they can take three points here they'll be starting to accumulate some significant momentum.
Bradford City currently sit 14th in League One with four wins, four draws and four losses from twelve games so far this season.
It's been another underwhelming campaign for the Bantams so far who find themselves well short of the promotion chasers despite having entered the season as one of the favourites.
Their poor start to the season has, unsurprisingly, cost manager Mark Hughes his job with Kevin McDonald taking the role on an interim basis.
McDonald has gotten off to an excellent start in the Bradford Dugout having claimed an impressive 1-0 win over Swindon Town in his first game which was followed by a 2-1 win away at Grimsby Town in the EFL Trophy in midweek.
Bradford still have a long way to go to make good on their potential and whether McDonald is the man to help them reach that level is still a question that needs to be answered, but things have no doubt looked promising in the early weeks of the season.
Swindon were a stern test for Bradford and they passed that impressively, and Wimbledon will be another equally tough obstacle that they will attempt to clear and if they manage it then the mood around the club will really start to lift.
For our AFC Wimbledon vs. Bradford prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.