BY SAM SMITH
Neal Ardley has made one change to the AFC Wimbledon side to play Scunthorpe this afternoon.
The injured James Hanson is replaced by Kwesi Appiah, who partners top-scorer Joe Pigott up front.
Ardley’s latest signing, striker Jake Jervis, remains a substitute for the Dons who are still searching for their first League One victory at the Cherry Red Records Stadium this season.
Former Charlton Athletic forward Lee Novak starts for Scunthorpe.
Wimbledon: King, Watson, Oshilaja, McDonald, Purrington, Wagstaff, Soares, Trotter, Barcham, Pigott, Appiah. Subs: McDonnell, Nightingale, Jervis, Pinnock, Garratt, Sibbick, Wordsworth.
Scunthorpe: Alnwick, Borthwick-Jackson, Ojo, Lund, Ugbo, Morris, Perch, Novak, Goode, Burgess, Colclough. Subs: Flatt, Horsfield, Humphrys, Dales, Thomas, Wootton, Butroid.
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