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Doncaster vs Wimbledon Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (34') C. Seaman
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            Peterborough United

            Doncaster Rovers


            46.2%

            Pet

            25.5%

            draw

            36%

            Don

            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

            Peterborough United

            Doncaster Rovers


            57.7%

            Pet

            60.8%

            combined

            64%

            Don

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            Over 2.5 Goals

            Peterborough United

            Doncaster Rovers


            50%

            Pet

            58.8%

            combined

            68%

            Don

            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

            Header logoLeague 2

            PosClubPWDLGDPTS
            17
            Team logoGillingham
            46141319-1355
            18
            Team logoDoncaster
            4616723-1955
            19
            Team logoHarrogate
            46121618-952
            Last updated 28/11/2023

            Doncaster vs Wimbledon Prediction, Tips & Stats

            The Eco-Power stadium is the venue for a mid-table battle in League Two, as Doncaster Rovers host AFC Wimbledon on Saturday afternoon.

            The hosts currently occupy 13th place in the league table, having amassed 47 points from their 34 games so far this campaign. There is still a distant possibility that Doncaster could gain a place in the playoffs as they are only 9 points behind Salford who are in the final playoff place.

            Danny Schofield’s come into this weekend on the back of a poor run of form that has seen them only gain one point from their last four games. This run has included disappointing defeats at the hands of fellow playoff contenders Sutton and Bradford.

            Doncaster featured in midweek League Two action on Tuesday evening as they welcomed Harrogate Town to the Eco-Power stadium in a Yorkshire derby. The game looked to be heading towards a goalless draw, however, two late Harrogate goals gave them a 2-0 victory.

            This defeat dealt yet another major blow to Doncaster’s playoff ambitions as the teams above them were able to create some breathing room. It seems as though anything but a victory this weekend could all but end any remaining hope that Doncaster may have of snatching a playoff place.

            After three consecutive defeats, Wimbledon’s season looks like it will inevitably fizzle out into nothingness as the Dons are currently 16 points above the relegation zone and thirteen points behind the playoffs.

            In recent weeks, Wimbledon have recorded disappointing defeats at the hands of Stevenage and Gillingham and have been held to a frustrating draw against Hartlepool. Last Weekend, the Dons were unable to take advantage of an early lead as they were beaten 3-1 to Mansfield.

            Wimbledon’s away form has been particularly uninspiring in the new year and Johnnie Jackson’s side are without an away win since they defeated Colchester on the 29th of December, a run which has included three losses and two draws.

            In recent years, this has been a fixture that Doncaster have struggled in, having won just once in their last seven league meetings with Wimbledon. That win came in January 2021, where Doncaster won 2-0.

            The points were shared in a highly entertaining game when these sides met at The Cherry Reds Record Stadium in the reverse fixture. A second-half double by Brentford loanee Nathan Young-Coombes looked certain to have won the match for the Dons as they held a two goal lead heading into the final 5 minutes.

            However, a thumping hit by Tommy Rowe after 87 minutes gave Donny a lifeline. And there was enough time left for them to snatch a point as Williams rose to head in Adam Clayton's flicked-on corner four minutes into added time.

            Doncaster are home favourites at the bookies ahead of this weekend’s clash and are currently priced @ 5/4, whilst an away victory for Wimbledon is priced @ 21/10. We are backing both teams to score @ 10/11 because this is often a fixture which results in high scoring games. Both teams have scored in five of the last six league meetings of these sides

            Doncaster Team News

            Danny Schofield has no new injury concerns to contend with ahead of this weekend. Adam Long should also get some more minutes in this game, just as Charlie Seaman and Todd Miller likely miss out due to injury.

            Wimbledon Team News

            Wimbledon have very few injuries to deal with and they will likely field near enough the same team here. Ali Al-Hamadi has scored three in his last two outings and he will likely start up top once more with Davison.

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