AFC Wimbledon vs Wycombe preview
Last Updated: 26/04/19 12:07pm
AFC Wimbledon host Wycombe on Saturday looking to move out of the Sky Bet League One relegation zone.
After drawing their last four games, Wally Downes' Dons sit a point from safety with two fixtures remaining. Deji Oshilaja (foot) is working his way back into contention while Kwesi Appiah (hamstring) is also building up fitness. Downes could stick with the team that earned a point at league leaders Luton last time out.
Wycombe beat Walsall on Monday but they are still not mathematically safe as they travel to Kingsmeadow four points clear of their hosts. The 1-0 victory was just a second win from the Chairboys' last 15 outings, with manager Gareth Ainsworth naming the same starting XI for the fourth game in succession.
He is likely to make that five out of five in south London and recently spoke of the importance of a settled side. The likes of Paris Cowan-Hall and experienced forward Nathan Tyson will be those hoping to force their way off the bench and into the side if Ainsworth does opt to shuffle his pack.
AFC Wimbledon have only lost one of their last 10 games in all competitions against Wycombe (W6 D3), with a current unbeaten run of five (W3 D2).
Wycombe have never won a league match at Kingsmeadow in the Football League (D3 L1), drawing on their last two visits.
Since the start of March, AFC Wimbledon have lost just one of their 10 league games (W4 D5), drawing each of the last four - Portsmouth were the last League One side to draw five consecutive matches, doing so in February.
Wycombe have lost six of their last seven away league games (W1), with the only exception during this run being a 2-0 victory against Southend earlier this month.
Wycombe have the lowest scoring top goal scorer of any club in League One this season (Adebayo Akinfenwa with seven goals).