BY JAKE SANDERS
Wally Downes has unsurprisingly named an unchanged starting line-up for AFC Wimbledon’s clash at Bradford City this afternoon after their impressive 2-1 victory over Wycombe last Saturday, a result that saw the Dons climb out of the relegation-zone.
And Wimbledon can guarantee their League One safety with three points today, but anything less and the South Londoners will be relying on favours elsewhere.
April’s League One Player of the Month Joe Pigott partners former Bantams striker James Hanson up front as the Dons keep with the 3-5-2 formation that has served them so well in recent weeks.
Wimbledon are unbeaten in seven league matches on the road and have lost just once in 11, which has put them on the brink of safety.
AFC Wimbledon: Ramsdale, Kalambayi, Nightingale, Thomas, Sibbick, McLoughlin, Hartigan, Wordsworth, Seddon, Hanson, Pigott. Sub: McDonnell, Watson, Appiah, Pinnock, Connolly, McDonald, Folivi.
Bradford City: Wilson, Mellor, O’Connor, O’Connor, Woods, Devine, Anderson, O’Brien, Wright Scannell, Doyle. Subs: O’Donnell, Caddis, Knight-Percival, Butterfield, Colville, Payne, Miller.
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