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Accrington vs. Wimbledon

Crown Ground

31 March 2012

3pm

Stanley v AFC Wimbledon

Manager Paul Cook has warned against complacency ahead of Saturday's home clash against AFC Wimbledon.
'You don't want lads slipping into a comfort zone where they think they can just turn up and play,' he said. 'Supporters buy season tickets and turn up to games demanding that we do our best and we try to achieve the maximum points available. That's what we're trying to do'. Said manager Cook who must realise that anything short of a resounding win will end Stanley's faint play off ambitions.

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Accrington Team News:

Stanley look to keep the same team which lost at home to Oxford on Tuesday with Toto Nsiala serving the second of his three match ban. Danny Coid looks likely to be out for the rest of the season after tearing his cruciate ligament.

Player to watch: Craig Lindfield

Wimbledon Team News:

AFC Wimbledon are making their first visit to the Crown and it's only the 2 clubs second meeting after their clash in December which ended in a 2-0 win for the Reds.

Player to watch: Byron Harrison

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

The referee is David Coote from Nottinghamshire

Match Prediction:

I can't see Stanley beating Wimbledon by that 'last hope for the play offs resounding win'. So i'll settle for a 1-0 to the Reds.

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The Journalist

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Date:Saturday March 31 2012

Time: 2:13AM

 

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