Match Preview - AFC Wimbledon v Walsall
Following a much needed victory on Tuesday night we travel to fellow relegation candidates AFC Wimbledon hoping to stretch the gap between ourselves and the bottom four.
Jon Whitney '"We have got a young, vibrant, creative team who are in a good place at the moment.
"And we are looking forward to Wimbledon. It`s an opportunity.
"I think there won`t be many teams that fancy playing against us at the moment with the chances we are creating."
AFC Wimbledon Team News:
Team news will appear here later
Player to watch: Cody McDonald
The former Gills striker has suffered an indifferent start to the season but he always scores against us and I would back him to score again tomorrow.
Walsall Team News:
Walsall are sweating on the fitness of Joe Edwards and James Wilson who both missed Tuesday nights match against Fleetwood.
Player to watch: Tyler Roberts
When this man starts he scores. He continued his fine run with another goal on Tuesday night. With many scouts looking at the on loan striker he will be hoping to impress with January just around the corner.
Match Facts & Stats
The Saddlers and Wimbledon have met on two occasions since the club reformed, with the Saddlers winning the home game last season 3-1 on the opening day but Wimbledon came out victorious at Keepmeadow last season thanks to a goal from Taylor.
REFEREE - JOHN BUSBY Linesmen - Sam Lewis and Andrew Laver Fourth Official: Stuart Butler
Given our away record you would go for a defeat however Tuesday nights performance will give everyone confidence and if you offered me a point now, id snap your hands off. AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Walsall
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