Wrexham are hoping to get off the mark in League Two this weekend as they travel to face AFC Wimbledon.
AFC Wimbledon currently sit 12th in League Two having drawn their opening game of the League Two season.
Expectations surrounding Wimbledon were very low coming into this campaign with The Dons having ended last season miserably, winning just one of their last nineteen league matches.
They have, however, started this campaign in fair encouraging fashion having secured a point in a 0-0 draw away at Grimsby Town on the opening weekend of the league season, a team many fancy to push for promotion this season.
Following on from that point in Grimsby, Wimbledon sprung a surprise in the EFL Cup as they beat last season's Championship play-off finalists Coventry City 2-1 courtesy of goals from Omar Bugiel and Ryan McLean, with both goals occurring late on - the 86th minute and the 92nd minute respectively.
There will now be a sense of modest optimism surrounding the club having performed well in their first two fixtures of the season and fans will now believe they can avoid the perils of the League Two relegation battle this season.
They're facing a side many fancy for automatic promotion here but given Wrexham's performance on the opening day of the season Wimbledon should fancy their chances of a result.
Wrexham currently sit 21st in League Two after losing their first game of the League Two season.
The Welsh side have been the talk of the town in the lower tiers of English football in recent times given their exhaustively covered Hollywood ownership and many are expecting them to secure successive promotions this season as they look to surge up the English Football League.
However, things did not exactly go to plan last weekend as Wrexham were outclassed by MK Dons on their own patch in a comprehensive 3-5 loss.
Wrexham, while missing last season's top scorer Paul Mullin, were firmly outplayed by MK Dons in a game that could cause some people to reconsider their belief that Wrexham will comfortably seal promotion this season.
They may very well still seal promotion, but it's clear that in terms of quality there are plenty of other sides that can give them a run for their money in this division.
They did follow that game up with a positive result in the EFL Cup in midweek where they beat Wigan Athletic on penalties following a 0-0 draw at home.
They didn't pull up any trees by any means, but they do now come into this game off the back of a positive result.
If Wrexham truly are the title favourites then this will be a game they'll win. Without Mullin, though, they're a much tougher side to confidently back.
For our Wimbledon vs. Wrexham prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.