For our Harrogate vs. Wimbledon prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.
Harrogate Town are looking to pull further away from the League Two relegation zone as they face AFC Wimbledon on Friday.
Harrogate Town currently sit 20th in League Two with nine wins, twelve draws and seventeen losses from thirty-eight games this season.
It's been a fairly depressing season for the Yorkshire club who've spend the majority of the campaign in the second half, fighting to climb as far away from the relegation scrap as possible.
They're still in trouble, but they enter this game amidst an air of optimism having strung together a run of decent results, winning two, drawing one and losing one of their last four games.
Their most recent outing saw them draw 1-1 away at Tranmere Rovers, a decent result all things considered.
Their form at home has been solid enough in recent times having won one and drawn three of their last four home matches, but regardless of how tough they are to beat at home they'll need to start turning those draws into wins at some point.
They're currently four points clear of the relegation zone so while their cushion is a good one they are by no means out of trouble. They need more wins and these is the type of fixture that should produce three points for them.
AFC Wimbledon currently sit 16th in League Two with eleven wins, thirteen draws and sixteen losses from forty games this season.
The Dons have had a successful season but most reasonable measures having managed to all but secure safety this season despite an abysmal start to the campaign that had them looking like one of the main relegation favourites.
A strong run of form lifted them up the table and even had them looking like promotion contenders at one point, and despite a prolonged poor run of form that followed they're now as good as safe with just six games remaining.
They enter this game having won one, drawn one and lost three of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a poor 0-1 defeat at home to bottom place Rochdale.
The defeat to Rochdale was a fairly egregious one and if they hadn't all but secured survival it could have been much more consequential.
Their away form is pretty dismal too, with The Dons failing to win any of their last eight games on the road.
Harrogate have much more to play for here and are the side on much better form, so all things considered they have to be the favourites for this one.