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      • (6') Omar Bugiel
      • (59') A. Little
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        • (13') J. Neufville
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            Wimbledon vs Swindon Town Preview, Tips & Stats

            Wimbledon welcomes Swindon Town to the Cherry Red Record Stadium this Saturday in a big clash for the top half of the League Two table. Both sides have had a strong start to the season and will be looking for a win to push further towards the Play-offs.

            Wimbledon currently sit tenth in League One after 19 games. The Dons have seven wins, seven draws and five losses, leaving them on 28 points, a point behind Swindon and eight points adrift the last Play-off place.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Wimbledon have three wins and two losses. Ali Al-Hamadi grabbed a brace in the 2 - 0 win over Doncaster in a game that saw Wimbledon end the game with nine men, with Husseyin Biler and Omar Bugiel picking up late red cards. In the Football League Trophy, Wimbledon travelled to Wycombe. Kieran Sadlier scored the only goal of the game in the 1 - 0 win for Wycombe.

            Both Jake Reeves and Al-Hamadi grabbed braces in the game against Notts County. Macaulay Langstaff and Aaron Nemane were on the scoresheet for Notts County but it wasn’t enough as Wimbledon won 4 - 2. However, next time out Wimbledon was against Gillingham. Conor Masterson scored the only goal of the game in the 85th minute for a 1 - 0 win for Gillingham.

            The last time out for Wimbledon was against Ramsgate in the FA Cup. Reeves, Josh Neufville and Connor Lemonheigh-Evans all scored as well as yet another brace from Al-Hamadi gave Wimbledon the 5 - 0 win in a game in which they had 33 shots with 17 of those on target.

            Swindon, on the other hand, currently sit two places above Wimbledon in eighth. In 20 games, Swindon have eight wins, six draws and six losses which leaves them on 30 points, six points away from the Play-offs.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Swindon have two wins, one draw and two losses. Dan Kemp and Jake Young were on the scoresheet for Swindon, but goals from Will Collar, Kyle Wootton, Odin Bailey and Callum Camps gave top of the league Stockport the 4 - 2 win. Young scored once again early on for Swindon but in the second half Jack Muldoon scored for Harrogate Town as the game finished 1 - 1.

            In the Football League Trophy Swindon hosted Exeter City. Yanic Wildschut scored the only goal of the game in the sixth minute to give Exeter City the 1 - 0 win as Swindon had just one shot, failing to get that shot on target. Young scored yet again for Swindon, this time picking up two against Mansfield Town. His first came late in the first half, but Lucas Akins equalised just minutes into the second half. Young then scored again in the 93rd minute to grab the 2 - 1 win for Swindon.

            The most recent outing for Swindon was against Accrington Stanley. Kemp, Young, Saidou Khan and Charlie Austin all scored in the 4 - 3 win, holding out against a late Stanley comeback that saw them score three in added time.

            This will be the tenth meeting between Wimbledon and Swindon, with the first meeting between the two sides coming in 2011. Swindon have a marginally better record in the fixture with three wins in comparison to Wimbledon’s two wins. In fact, a draw is the most common outcome with four draws so far.

            Wimbledon Team News

            Johnnie Jackson has no new injury worries coming into this weekend.

            Swindon Town Team News

            Michael Flynn has had a torrid time with injuries, but the most recent scare of George McEachran has been weathered. Rushian Hepburn-Murphy is still unavailable.