A struggling Tranmere Rovers side are hoping to turn their fortunes around as they face AFC Wimbledon away from home this weekend.
Wimbledon currently sit 8th in League Two with three wins, five draws and one loss from their first nine games of the season.
It's been a positive start to the season on the whole for a Wimbledon side that have defied many people's preseason projections of a long relegation battle for the Dons.
They are, though, coming into this game amidst a poor run of form in the league having won one, drawn three and lost one of their last five league fixtures.
Despite the lack of victories of late they are at least coming into this one off the back of three points having beaten Walsall 3-1 away from home in their last league game thanks to goals from Connor Lemonheigh-Evans, Jack Currie and Ali Al-Hamadi.
The win was a sorely-needed one for the Dons who broke a streak of four games without a win and they'll now be hoping that game will act as a catalyst for a good run of form.
However, they've struggled mightily on home soil this season having drawn three and lost one of their four home games in the league so they're going to have to improve to take three points here.
Tranmere Rovers currently sit 23rd in the EFL Championship two wins and seven losses from their first nine games of the season.
It's been a miserable start to the season for the Merseyside club who have struggled immensely.
They're coming into this game in poor form overall having lost four of their last five games but having won their most recent game they'll be desperately hoping they've now turned a corner.
Tranmere ran out 2-0 winners at home against Accrington Stanley courtesy of a brace from Joshua Hawkes and while they were helped by an Accrington red card the three points could prove to be transformative for them.
Their away form is still a massive concern heading into this one with Tranmere having lost all of their last four games on the road so they're likely going to need a big performance to take a result from this game.
A point would be a very good result for the visitors from this one but given Wimbledon have had struggles of their own of late this game is far from unwinnable.
For our Wimbledon vs. Tranmere prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.