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              Joe Ironside to Score and Doncaster to Win @ 4/1
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              PosClubPWDLGDPTS
              9
              Team logoBradford
              46191215+269
              10
              Team logoWimbledon
              46171415+1365
              11
              Team logoWalsall
              46181117-465
              Last updated 22/05/2024

              Doncaster vs Wimbledon Prediction, Tips & Stats

              Doncaster will be aiming to record back-to-back victories for the first time since October as they are set to host AFC Wimbledon at the Eco-Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

              The hosts currently find themselves in 20th position in the League Two table, having gained 36 points from their 32 games so far this season. It is highly unlikely that Rovers will get dragged into a relegation scrap as they are currently 13 points above the relegation zone.

              Grant McCann’s side come into this game on the back of a good run of form which has seen Doncaster go four games without a loss. In recent weeks, Rovers have recorded draws against Sutton and Salford and victories over Grimsby and Tranmere.

              Last time out, Doncaster recorded their biggest win of the season as they thrashed Grimsby 5-1. Molyneux and Ironside's early strikes stunned the Mariners. Rose's penalty offered hope, but Maher's own goal and finishes from Craig and Hurst sealed the deal in an impressive victory.

              Wimbledon are sitting in 9th position in the league table and are very much involved in the hunt for a place in the Playoffs. The Dons have gained 47 points from their 33 league games so far this season and are just one point behind the playoff places.

              Johnnie Jackson’s side are not in the best run of form coming into this game and they have only gained one point from their last three league games. The Dons have only recorded one win in their last six league outings and have not recorded an away win since December.

              Last time out, Wimbledon were defeated in disappointing fashion as Crawley recorded a narrow 1-0 victory. Danilo Orsi kept up his fine scoring form as he scored the only goal of the game in the 78th minute. Wimbledon were left to rue missed chances as they failed to convert any of their 6 shots on target.

              The fixture of Doncaster vs Wimbledon is a relatively new one, with the first meeting between the sides coming in 2017, when the two sides met in League One. In total, the two sides have met on 14 occasions, with Doncaster having won 4, there having been 5 draws and Wimbledon having won 5.

              It was Wimbledon who came out on top when these sides met each other earlier on this season despite finishing the game with 9 men. Al-Hamadi's first-half double sealed the win in a tight clash. Despite late red cards, Wimbledon held firm for a crucial victory, leaving Rovers frustrated.

              These sides are very evenly matched at the bookies ahead of this weekend’s matchup but it is the away side who are narrowly favoured and are currently priced @ 29/20, whilst a home win for Doncaster is priced @ 7/4 and a draw is @ 9/4.

              We are backing Joe Ironside to score and Doncaster to win because they come into this game in great form. Ironside already has 16 goals to his name this season and Rovers will be full of confidence following their 5-1 victory last time out.

              Doncaster Team News

              Doncaster have not reported any new injury concerns and Grant McCann is not likely to make any changes to the side that recorded a convincing victory last time out. Joe Ironside is likely to start up front, whilst Wood and Anderson will lead the Dons defence.

              Wimbledon Team News

              Forward Josh Neufville is stepping up his return to full training and may feature on the bench here. Elsewhere, Ryan Johnson and Joe Lewis will be absent as they continue to recover from ankle and knee injuries respectively.

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