AFC Wimbledon are looking to build on a decent start to their League Two season as they travel to face Sutton United this weekend.
Sutton United currently sit 16th in League Two with one win and two losses from their first three games of the season.
Sutton's campaign kicked off in the best possible fashion as they thumped Notts County, a side many people came into the season backing for automatic promotion, by five goals for one.
However, Sutton have quickly been brought back down to earth in recent matches having fallen to a 2-1 defeat away at Barrow before losing 0-1 at home to Gillingham.
In fairness to Sutton, Gillingham are one of the better sides in the division and Sutton very much gave as good as they got in that game, ultimately losing a closely contested encounter.
Sutton's home form was their foundation last season with all but two of their league wins coming on their own patch.
They will, then, expect that continue this season and even though they're facing a side above them in the league table they'll feel like this game is very much a winnable matchup.
AFC Wimbledon currently sit 7th in League Two with one win and two draws from their opening two games this season.
The Dons began with a 0-0 draw against Grimsby Town on the opening weekend before a 1-1 draw with Wrexham followed by a 2-0 win away at Colchester United in midweek.
It's been a very impressive start for a side that finished last season in utterly abysmal fashion with the draws against Grimsby and Wrexham worth more than just two points given they came against sides many people expect to contest for promotion this season.
On Tuesday night a brace from James Tilley saw The Dons take all three points from a game in which Wimbledon were well worth their value for all three points.
Manager Johnnie Jackson will be mightily impressed with his side's defence so far this season having conceded just one goal in three games, so he'll be hoping he can lean into that and provide his side with the foundation to kick on and embark upon a run of wins.
These two sides met three times last season with Sutton winning both of the league fixtures while Wimbledon come out on top in the EFL Trophy.
Wimbledon will feel much better placed to give Sutton a run for their money than they did in last seasons league meetings so this one should be an interesting encounter.
For our Sutton vs. Wimbledon prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.