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Wimbledon 0 Wycombe 0 - stats, reaction, highlights - UPDATED
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Wimbledon 0 Wycombe 0 - stats, reaction, highlights

Saturday 31st August 2019

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Allsop, Grimmer, Stewart, Charles, Jacobson, Freeman, Gape, Bloomfield, (sub 78 Pattison), Kashket (sub 66 Parker), Akinfenwa, Wheeler – subs not used: Yates, El-Abd, Mascoll, Phillips, Samuel

Scorers: none

Bookings: none

Wimbledon: Trott, O’Neill, Nightingale, Thomas, Wagstaff, Hartigan (subs 88 Pinnock), Appiah (sub 74 Roscrow), Guinness-Walker, Kalambayi, Reilly, Pigott – subs not used: Tzanev, Stabana, Connolly, Folivi, McLoughlin

Scorers: none

Bookings: Reilly 75, Guinness-Walker 84, Kalambayi 90+5

Referee: Alan Young

Attendance: 4,521 (728 away)

Team News

Three changes from the side that had beaten Southend United at Adams Park the previous weekend.

In: Nick Freeman, Adebayo Akinfenwa, David Wheeler
Out: Alex Pattison, Alex Samuel, Fred Onyedinma
Paul Smyth and Fred Onyedinma both reported as injured.
Darius Charles included in the starting XI for Wanderers against his former club.


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Gareth Ainsworth

“I thought we had the better chances. It’s a tough place to come - always blood, guts and thunder. But it’s one of the most entertaining 0-0 draws we’ve had.”


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League Table

Wanderers down to joint 4th place with Coventry City in League One but now unbeaten in their opening six League games of the 2019/20 campaign with 12 points. Ipswich Town remain at the top with 14 points and Lincoln City in 2nd place with 12 points, ahead of Wycombe on goal difference. The Imps travel to Adams Park on Saturday 7th September 2019. Wycombe and Coventry finished the day with identical records to date in League One for 2019/20 - Wanderers are shown 5th place on alphabetical order.

It was their first Football League point against Wimbledon in four attempts having lost the three previous meetings 2-1. However, they remain without a win all their six Football League visits to Kingsmeadow. Wanderers’ only victory against The Dons at Kingsmeadow remains the 4-1 FA Cup victory in November 2008.

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