League Two

August 24, 2013


AFC Wimbledon

3 - 2

Scunthorpe United

League Two

14:00 +00:00, August 24, 2013

The Cherry Red Records Stadium

Referee: Richard Clark

Dons monitoring Bennett

Team Stat Comparison

AFC Wimbledon Scunthorpe United
Matches Played 44 44
Table Position 14 1
Points 56 80
Goal Difference -4 26
Goals for * 1.2 1.6
Goals against * 1.2 1.0
Last 5 W-D-W-D-L W-D-D-W-D
Last 5 home D-D-W-D-L W-D-D-W-D
Last 5 away W-W-L-D-D D-W-W-W-D
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: AFC Wimbledon | Scunthorpe United

Competition Stats

AFC Wimbledon Scunthorpe United
Goals Michael Smith 9 Sam Winnall 23
Yellows Sammy Moore 12 Sean McAllister 7
Reds Sammy Moore 1 Sam Winnall 1
Squads: AFC Wimbledon | Scunthorpe United

Next Matches

AFC Wimbledon Scunthorpe United
4/26 H: Morecambe 4/26 A: Exeter City
5/3 A: Accrington Stanley 5/3 H: York City

AFC Wimbledon will check on Alan Bennett ahead of the visit of Scunthorpe.

Defender Bennett came off feeling his hamstring during the first half of last weekend's 2-0 defeat at Exeter.

Fellow centre-half Will Antwi is still sidelined following a hernia op so recent signing Rhys Weston, who came on for Bennett, could make his full Dons debut.

Antwi has resumed light training so should return to action in the next few weeks, while winger Kevin Sainte-Luce is available after a hamstring problem.

Scunthorpe could include new loan signing Jimmy Spencer in their squad and summer signing Etienne Esajas could make his first appearance for the club.

Huddersfield striker Spencer joined on loan from Huddersfield on Friday, while Esajas completed 45 minutes for the reserves in midweek after being sidelined with a hamstring injury.

Striker Matt Godden is hoping to overcome the knee injury that kept him out last week, while teenager Jamie Wootton could feature again after making his second appearance for the club off the bench in the draw with Dagenham.

Midfielder Andy Welsh and on-loan Barnsley striker Jordan Clark are both in contention, while Laws has no new selection worries.