For our Wimbledon vs. Arsenal prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.
Two sides in poor form meet in League Two this weekend as AFC Wimbledon host Hartlepool United.
AFC Wimbledon currently sit 13th in League Two with ten wins, eleven draws and nine losses from thirty games this season.
Wimbledon have had a successful campaign thus far having propelled themselves into a comfortable position in mid-table after a fairly dismal start made it seem as though they were destined for a long, hard relegation battle.
Dons enter this game having won one, drawn three and lost one of their last five matches, which in a vacuum looks a poor run of form but when you factor in the level of opposition they've faced you will see they've held their own quite admirably.
Wimbledon lost to Leyton Orient, currently 1st, beat Stockport County (7th) and took points off Bradford City (8th), Carlisle United (3rd) and most recently Northampton Town (4th) in a brutal five-match run.
Their home form has remained strong of late, too, with Wimbledon winning two and drawing three of their last five matches on home soil.
Wimbledon are having a strong season and look set to cruise to a commendable mid-table finish which they'll look to build upon next year. A home game against Hartlepool is one of the easier fixtures in this league and is one they should win.
Hartlepool United currently sit 23rd in League Two with six wins, eight draws and seventeen losses from thirty-one games this season.
Hartlepool have had a fairly dismal campaign in League Two this season and they're fighting for their lives to try to pull away from the relegation zone in what is currently shaping up to be a tight, tense relegation dog fight.
They enter this game amidst a fairly poor run of form having won one, drawn one and lost three of their last five matches in the league, the most recent of which was a 2-0 defeat away at Crewe Alexandra on Tuesday night.
The defeat at Crewe was a fairly damning one with the home side in the middle of their own egregious run of form but they ran out fairly comfortable winners in what was a bad night for Hartlepool.
Their away form has been pretty decent by their standards of late having won two of their last five on the road in the league, so they'll have to hope that aids their search for a much-needed win.
These two sides drew 0-0 when they met in the league back in August but given Wimbledon's improvements this will be a much tougher game for Hartlepool here.
Pools are still level on points with Crawley Town in 22nd so survival is still well on the cards, but they need to improve their form drastically. On paper, however, this one is looking difficult for the away side.