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Match Preview | AFC Wimbledon v Posh

A look ahead to Sunday's clash at Kingsmeadow.

10 November 2017

AFC Wimbledon v Posh
AFC Wimbledon v Posh

Posh are live on TV on Sunday afternoon as they visit AFC Wimbledon in Sky Bet League One action.

Peterborough United travel to Kingsmeadow to face AFC Wimbledon on Sunday (2.30pm) in a Sky Bet League One fixture that is being televised live on Sky Sports.

With the Premier League taking a break for the international fixtures, attention turns to League One and League Two and a win for Grant McCann’s men can move them into a strong position in the table with a game in hand.

AFC Wimbledon are strong at home and in striker Lyle Taylor, have a man in form. The game between the two sides last term finished goal-less with the game coming towards the end of the campaign.


Posh are without the services of striker Junior Morias, but the former St. Albans front man is making good progress and is ahead of schedule. Ricky Miller is unavailable, but nobody else has been ruled out by boss McCann, who refused to be drawn on who would be between the sticks. Conor O’Malley has excelled in the last two cup fixtures while Jonathan Bond has been excellent previously.

Lyle Taylor has a chance of recovering from a quad injury in time to keep his place in the AFC Wimbledon attack for Sunday’s game. The 27-year-old scored the winning goal for the Dons as they booked their FA Cup second round place with a 1-0 victory over Lincoln City last weekend. But Taylor was forced off in the first half against the Imps and is a doubt. Former Posh front man Kwesi Appiah may not return from his hamstring injury until the busy Christmas period.


“AFC Wimbledon is always a tricky place to go. They have good players and are a real handful up front, but will be focussing on what we can do. We won our last league game against the previously unbeaten leaders and we had a good performance and a result in mid-week against Cambridge. We know the game is on TV, but we want as many Posh fans as possible there backing us.”


“They are very free-flowing in their attacking play and have scored a lot of goals. Jack Marriott has had an excellent season and has got 12 goals. They are a real threat going forward with Marcus Maddison and Gwion Edwards. They’ve got good players at the top end of the pitch who can hurt you.

“They’ve added Steven Taylor at the back, which gives you the experience needed. They are going to be in and around the play-offs this season with that squad. Despite being at home we’ve got to make sure we are very, very good without the ball to ensure we then get more of it,” Dons boss Neal Ardley said.


The game is all-ticket for Posh fans with tickets going off sale at 12pm on Saturday. You can buy tickets online at, via the Ticketmaster hotline 0844 847 1934 (calls cost 7ppm plus your network access fee) or in person at the Box Office which is also open from 10am on Saturday.


The match referee is Darren Handley.


There will be a minute’s silence ahead of kick-off with the game falling on Remembrance weekend.

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Match Reports

Lloyd Nets First EFL Goal In Draw

Danny Lloyd scored his first EFL goal in 2-2 draw.

12 November 2017

Danny Lloyd in action against AFC Wimbledon Joe Dent /
Danny Lloyd in action against AFC Wimbledon

Grant McCann admitted he was disappointed only to be coming away with a point from the Sky Bet League One fixture at AFC Wimbledon.

Peterborough United made it four unbeaten in all competitions, but will be disappointed not to be coming away from the Cherry Red Records Stadium with all three points after creating several decent opportunities and forcing goalkeeper George Long into a string of fine saves.

The deadlock was broken inside 40 seconds as top scorer Lyle TAYLOR drove into the bottom corner from around 25-yards after a lay-off from Barcham. Steven Taylor was inches away from converting a teasing Marcus Maddison cross on seven minutes after a strong Edwards run had forced a corner kick.

Edwards saw a header gathered by Long at the back post after a Maddison cross as Posh tried to get themselves back into the contest. Posh drew themselves level on 25 minutes as a fine Maddison free-kick was flicked goalwards by LLOYD, it definitely took a deflection off Fuller, but we are giving it to the former Stockport man, who records his first Football League goal on his first Football League start.

Barcham guided a half-volley inches past the upright on 34 minutes after Taylor had blocked Lyle Taylor’s shot. On 37 minutes, Posh were awarded a spot-kick as Maddison was needlessly bundled to the floor by Trotter and the Posh number 11 MADDISON coolly converted the spot-kick.

The Dons levelled as the game moved into stoppage time, a huge long ball forward beat the Posh defence and McDONALD swept the ball past Bond to level the scores at 2-2. Neither side made any changes at the interval.

On 65 minutes, Long made a fine stop diving to his left to deny a glancing Marriott header after a fine clipped cross from Maddison. Posh made a change on 68 minutes with Andrew Hughes replacing 18-year-old Da Silva Lopes.

Marriott had a fine chance moments later but he directed his header wide of the upright after a glorious Maddison centre. McDonald saw an acrobatic overhead kick clear the crossbar on 71 minutes.

Maddison was denied a fine goal from 25-yards by a wonderful stop from Long before an offside flag curtailed any possible rebound. Idris Kanu replaced Lloyd with 10 minutes remaining as Grant McCann made his second change of the afternoon.

Trotter headed over from close-range following a clip into the box before Francomb was cautioned for a foul on Edwards. Edwards himself was denied by a fine block after being picked out by substitute Kanu, the former Crawley man with a fine turn to create the space.

AFC Wimbledon: Long, Fuller, Francomb, Oshilaja, Charles, Forrester, Trotter, Soares, McDonald, Taylor, Barcham (sub Meades 70min). Unused subs: McDonnell, Robinson, Sibbick, Kaja, Hartigan, Kalambayi.

Posh: Bond, Da Silva Lopes (sub Hughes 68min), Tafazolli, Taylor, Baldwin, Edwards, Doughty, Grant, Maddison, Lloyd (sub Kanu 79min), Marriott. Unused subs: O’Malley, Penny, Chettle, Anderson, Forrester.

Half-time: AFC Wimbledon 2-2 Peterborough United
Attendance: 4,220 (452 Posh fans)

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Ticket Information | AFC Wimbledon

Tickets set to go on sale for the trip to AFC Wimbledon.

26 October 2017

AFC Wimbledon v Posh
AFC Wimbledon v Posh

Details of the trip to the Cherry Red Records Stadium are now available.

Peterborough United travel to the Cherry Red Records Stadium on Sunday 12th November to face AFC Wimbledon (2.30pm) in a game that was moved back 24 hours for live Sky TV coverage.

Posh have been given an allocation of 430 terrace tickets and 74 seated tickets. The terrace tickets are priced at £17 for adults, £11 for over 65s and students with a valid ID card and £4 for under 18s. Seated tickets are priced at £24 for adults, £15 for over 65s and students with a valid ID card and £10 for under 18s.

The game is not all-ticket but the club are using the priority points system due to the limited ticket availability.

On sale now
290 points or more

10am on Saturday 28th October
270 points or more

10am on Monday 30th October
250 points or more

9am on Tuesday 31st October
230 points or more

9am on Wednesday 1st November
100 points or more

9am on Thursday 2nd November
General sale.

Tickets are restricted to one per person.

Tickets are available at, via the Ticketmaster hotline 0844 847 1934 (calls cost 7ppm plus your network access fee) and in person at the ABAX Stadium Box Office.

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