AFC Wimbledon v Bury preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 11:34am
AFC Wimbledon's Tom Soares is again expected to miss out when the Dons host Bury in their final fixture of the League One season.
The midfielder continues to struggle with a hamstring injury. Liam Trotter (knock) also remains a doubt but Jon Meades and Jimmy Abdou are in line to retain their places after coming through unscathed when they returned for Tuesday's 0-0 draw at Doncaster. Kwesi Appiah and Harry Forrester are also both pushing to start.
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Bury will hand a late fitness test to Danny Mayor before selecting their starting XI. The midfielder has been absent with an ankle injury.
Doubts also persist around Harry Bunn, who was replaced during the first half of last week's victory over Portsmouth because of a leg injury. Jermaine Beckford (knee), Craig Jones (thigh) and Eoghan O'Connell (ligaments) all remain sidelined.
The Dons have won each of their last three home games against Bury in all comps, bagging 13 goals, including five in each of the last two.
Bury won 2-1 in the reverse fixture in February, with goals from George Miller and Harry Bunn, they've never won both league games in a single season.
Wimbledon will be playing at home on the final day for the sixth time in the Football League (W3 D2), with their only game away from home ending in defeat against Accrington Stanley in 2014.
In contrast, Bury will be away from home for the seventh time in the past nine seasons, winning in three of their last five (D1 L1).
James Hanson has scored four goals against AFC Wimbledon in the EFL, against no other side has the striker netted more often.