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Wimbledon vs Morecambe Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Morecambe

          Forest Green Rovers


          40.4%

          Mor

          19.2%

          draw

          23.4%

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          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

          Morecambe

          Forest Green Rovers


          59.6%

          Mor

          50%

          combined

          40.4%

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          Morecambe

          Forest Green Rovers


          63.8%

          Mor

          57.5%

          combined

          51.1%

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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

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          PosClubPWDLGDPTS
          10
          Team logoGillingham
          4418917-1063
          11
          Team logoWimbledon
          44161414+1062
          12
          Team logoHarrogate
          44171116-762
          Last updated 17/04/2024

          Wimbledon vs Morecambe Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Wimbledon will be aiming to edge closer to the playoff places with a win as they are set to host fellow playoff chasers Morecambe on Saturday afternoon in a game which is set to kick off at 15:00.

          Wimbledon currently find themselves in 10th position in the League Two table, having gained 46 points from their 31 league games so far this season. The Dons are currently just two points away from the playoff places and a win this weekend could see them move up into 7th.

          The Dons were defeated in disappointing fashion on Tuesday night as Accrington comfortably defeated them 2-0. Jack Nolan and Ben Woods scored second-half goals for Accrington as Nolan found the top corner in the 50th minute before Woods made the game safe with a 25-yard drive nine minutes from time.

          Morecambe are currently level on points with Wimbledon but have a game in hand over the Dons. The Shrimps come into this weekend’s game on the back of an impressive run of form which has seen them record three successive victories in the league.

          Last time out, Morecambe left it late to secure all three points against Tranmere Rovers. Rovers opened the scoring after just four minutes when Harvey Saunders pounced on a defensive error to put the ball on a plate for Rob Apter who could not miss from three yards out.

          Six minutes later and the hosts doubled their lead when Saunders was tripped in the area and Connor Jennings converted calmly from the spot. Morecambe halved the deficit in the 14th minute when Charlie Brown fired the ball home from 10 yards, with Tranmere keeper Luke McGee and his defenders appealing for offside.

          Apter had a glorious opportunity to extend Tranmere's lead with 20 minutes left only to be denied by Archie Mair in the Morecambe goal. And Rovers were made to pay when substitute Jordan Slew levelled with eight minutes remaining before Jacob Davenport won it with a glorious 25-yard free-kick.

          AFC Wimbledon vs Morecambe is a relatively new fixture, with the two sides having first met in 2011 in League Two. In total, the two sides have met on 13 occasions, with Morecabe having the slight upper hand in the head to head, having won 5 compared to Wimbledon’s 4.

          Morecambe recorded a comfortable 4-1 victory when these sides met in the reverse fixture in October. Michael Mellon's second-half hat-trick helped Morecambe to an emphatic win. The on-loan Burnley striker, son of Oldham boss Micky Mellon, was clinical in front of goal as the Shrimps moved into the play-off spots.

          It is the home side who are heavily favoured ahead of this weekend’s matchup and they are currently odds on favourites @ 4/7, whilst an away win for Morecambe is currently priced @ 17/4 and a draw is @ 3/1.

          We are backing A Goal in Each Half and 4+ Corners Each Half because this fixture frequently produces exciting, high-scoring games which are likely to produce goals and corners. Four of the last five meetings between the two sides have resulted in over three goals and we expect this weekend to be another high-scoring affair.

          Wimbledon Team News

          Wimbledon have not reported any new injury concerns ahead of this weekend, Johnnie Jackson may make some changes to his side that failed to score against Accrington Stanley on Tuesday evening.

          Morecambe Team News

          Morecambe have no new injury concerns and are unlikely to make any changes to the side that has won three games on the bounce.

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