AFC Wimbledon are looking to carry on their impressive start to the season as they face Forest Green Rovers in League Two this weekend.
AFC Wimbledon currently sit 3rd in League Two with two wins and two draws from their first four games of the season.
The Dons started their campaign with a 0-0 draw against Grimsby Town before chalking another point on the board in a 1-1 draw with Wrexham.
Wimbledon then registered their first win of the season in 2-0 win away at Colchester United before a second consecutive win saw them run out 3-0 victors against Sutton United.
Wimbledon ended last season in abysmal fashion and looked in serious trouble coming into this campaign, but they've made a mockery of anyone questioning their credentials so far as they find themselves in the automatic promotion places after four games.
They've only played in front of their own fans once in the league this season in the 1-1 draw against Wrexham so they'll want to give their home crowd something to cheer about in this one.
Wimbledon's start has been excellent and while their are still huge question marks over whether or not they can sustain it they deserve all the plaudits.
Given the respective form of the two sides this is a game Wimbledon should fancy themselves to win.
Forest Green Rovers currently sit 22nd in League Two with one win and three losses from their first four matches.
The League Two new boys kicked off their campaign with a 0-2 loss to Salford City before claiming three points in a 1-0 win over Harrogate Town.
Forest Green then fell to a 1-2 loss to Swindon Town before confirming a second straight loss in a 0-3 defeat to Newport County.
Forest Green were relegated following a sorry campaign in League One last season and their shoddy start to this campaign has produced fears that they could be condemned to a consecutive relegation.
The loss to Newport County in their most recent game was a deflating result having been hammered by three goals in front of their own fans to a side that aren't expected to battle relegation.
They've been poor both defensively and in front of goal having scored twice in four games while conceding seven times, something that will be hugely concerning to manager David Horseman.
They can at least take confidence from the fact their only league win this season came away from home, but Wimbledon are looking strong at the minute so their chances here don't seem great.
For our Wimbledon vs. Forest Green prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.