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Crewe vs. Wimbledon Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (13') R. Adebisi
      • (2') J. Gordon
      • (85') E. Nevitt
      • (91') C. Long
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      • (63') J. O'Toole
      • (87') J. Davison

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          Crewe vs. Wimbledon Prediction, Tips & Stats

          As the English football season enters its critical final stretch, League Two offers up yet another compelling fixture with significant implications for the promotion and playoff picture. This Saturday, Crewe Alexandra will host AFC Wimbledon in a match that is emblematic of the high stakes and intense competition prevalent in the league at this juncture of the campaign.

          Crewe Alexandra, sitting comfortably in 5th place with 64 points from 38 games, find themselves in a strong position to secure promotion back to League One. Following their relegation two seasons ago, the Railwaymen have been on a mission to return to the third tier of English football, and their performance this season suggests they are well on course to achieve that objective. However, recent form has presented some cause for concern, with the team winning two and losing three of their last five games, indicating a potential wobble at a critical moment.

          The 3-1 defeat away at MK Dons was particularly damaging, not only because it was against a direct rival for promotion but also because both teams were level on points at the time. This result has potentially significant ramifications for Crewe's promotion ambitions, emphasising the need for a strong finish to the season.

          At home, Crewe's form has been inconsistent, with two wins, one draw, and two losses in their last five games at the Mornflake Stadium. Despite this, Elliott Nevitt's excellent form, with four goals in his last five appearances, provides a glimmer of optimism. Under the guidance of manager Lee Bell, Crewe will be looking to harness Nevitt's goal-scoring prowess and return to winning ways, especially in front of their home supporters.

          AFC Wimbledon find themselves in 7th place with 57 points from 39 games, positioning them within the playoff spots but with little room for complacency. The Dons have had a commendable season, highlighted by their hopes of securing a playoff spot, a testament to their resilience and competitive spirit.

          Wimbledon's form coming into this game is generally positive, with three wins, one draw, and one loss in their last five matches. This run included a notable 1-0 victory over bitter rivals MK Dons, an automatic promotion contender, underscoring Wimbledon's capability to compete with the league's top teams. However, the 0-2 home defeat to Newport County in their most recent match ended an impressive streak of four consecutive clean sheets and raised questions about their consistency.

          Away from home, Wimbledon have found it challenging recently, with one win, one draw, and three losses in their last four away games. This form on the road will be a concern for manager Johnnie Jackson as his side looks to solidify their playoff position.

          The last time Crewe and Wimbledon met in the league, they played out a 2-2 draw. This result continued a trend, with all of the last three head-to-head meetings between these two sides ending in a draw. Given the current standings and what's at stake, both teams will be eager to break this sequence of draws with a win that could significantly bolster their respective campaigns.

          For Crewe, victory would reaffirm their credentials as direct promotion contenders and help dispel any lingering doubts following their recent dip in form. For Wimbledon, three points would not only enhance their playoff aspirations but also serve as a rebound from their defeat to Newport County, reinforcing their position among the contenders for promotion via the playoffs.

          For our Crewe vs. Wimbledon prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

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          Crewe Team News

          Star striker Courtney Baker-Richardson missed the crucial defeat to MK Dons last time out and will likely be absent once again here.

          Charlie Kirk will be at the front of the queue to force his way into the starting lineup as the home side contemplate a changes to their XI following last weekend's defeat.

          Wimbledon Team News

          Omar Bugiel is away with Lebanon fulfilling his international duties so he'll be unavailable here, meaning Josh Davison is likely to be tasked with playing up top.

          James Tilley is also out injured for Wimbledon, so don't expect a tonne of changes to their lineup despite suffering a defeat last time out.

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