History of the Accrington Stanley v AFC Wimbledon fixture
Accrington Stanley prepare to entertain AFC Wimbledon at Crown Ground on Saturday afternoon, aiming to preserve their record of never having lost at home to the visitors. The Reds won the only previous game contested between the two.
The only previous meeting between Accrington Stanley and AFC Wimbledon at Crown Ground was less than a year ago, in March 2012, the Reds carving out a narrow 2-1 victory in a League Two match.
Recent encounters between the teams
|2012/2013||Sat 29 Sep||AFC Wimbledon||1 - 2||Accrington S.||League Two|
|2011/2012||Sat 31 Mar||Accrington S.||2-1||AFC Wimbledon||League Two|
|2011/2012||Sat 10 Dec||AFC Wimbledon||0 - 2||Accrington S.||League Two|
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Recent respective form guides
Accrington Stanley's poor home run has seen them win just 1 and draw 2 of the last six. While Reds have scored 6, a worringly large 10 have been leaked at the other end.
AFC Wimbledon's away form is none too clever either, coming away with three points on 3 occasions, but drawing 1 and losing 2. The Dons's have a narrow positive goal difference over these games, with 10 goals for and 8 against.
Accrington Stanley are currently lying in 19th place in npower League Two having mustered a points tally of 30 from their 28 matches played.
AFC Wimbledon are stuck down in the relegation zone of npower League Two with a return of just 26 points from their 26 games thus far.
Current overall team form
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FootyMad's prediction ...
These are testing times at Crown Ground for the Reds and the Madmen are unable to see past AFC Wimbledon claiming victory in a close match.
|Accrington Stanley||Latest 2 games ended in defeat.
Not won in the 2 most recent games.
|AFC Wimbledon||Undefeated in last 3 away games.
4 games since last defeat.
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