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AFC Wimbledon v Bradford team line-ups – Two changes from Mansfield draw as former Charlton forward comes in for Al-Hamadi

Josh Davison has come into Johnnie Jackson’s starting 11 for AFC Wimbledon’s League Two clash against Bradford City.

This is Davison’s third start of the season in the league with Ali Al-Hamaid, who is away on international duty with Iraq, leading the line alongside summer signing Omar Bugiel in recent weeks.

Davison scored in the 2-1 defeat to Stockport.

New signing, former Millwall keeper Ryan Sandford, comes straight into the matchday squad with Nik Tzanev away on international duty with New Zealand.

Wimbledon are unbeaten in their last five League Two outings.

Ryan Johnson is also missing through injury as Alex Pearce comes into the starting line-up.

Bradford sacked Mark Hughes before their last league outing, with former Fulham midfielder Kevin McDonald in charge for today’s trip to Plough Lane.

Jackson confirmed to BBC Radio London before the game that Davison’s partner gave birth yesterday.

Wimbledon: Bass, Ogundere, Pearce, Lewis, Currie, Reeves, Little, Neufville, Tilley, Davison, Bugiel.

Subs: Sandford, Brown, Ball, McLean, Lakin, Sasu, Kalambayi.

Bradford: Lewis, Haliday, Ridehalgh, Platt, Smallwood, Walker, Cook, Gilliead, Stubbs, Pointon, Wilson.

Subs: Doyel, Taylor, Osadebe, Smith, Oyegoke, Tulloch, Afoka.

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