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Big Match Preview: Dons v Boro

5 November 2018

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Qualification is in our hands…

  •  Key Matchday Info…

Tomorrow night's fixture is a 7.45pm kick-off, and tickets are available ONLY from Kingsmeadow Stadium before the game at the following prices:

£10 Adults/Concessions | £5 Under 18s 

  • Stream the action… 

If you can't make it to Kingsmeadow Stadium, get behind the boys with an iFollow Match Pass, available for just £10, allowing you to STREAM the action LIVE on your mobile, tablet or desktop device.

  • Onto the game…

With only two points separating top from bottom in Group G South, any two of Stevenage, Charlton Athletic, AFC Wimbledon and Swansea Under 23s can still make it through to the knock-out stages. Boro know a win for them will see them qualify, while a draw will be enough should Charlton beat Swansea next week.

Following an 8-0 drubbing at home to Charlton in the previous fixture, Stevenage will look to make amends with victory over the Dons. A 5-0 win over Swansea U23s in August means Boro sit second in the group, with a -3 goal difference.

  • Officials… 

Referee: Gavin Ward

Assistant Referee 1: Matt Foley

Assistant Referee 2: John Flynn

Fourth Official: James Linington

  • Head to head…

Played: 9 | Won: 6 | Drawn: 2 | Lost: 1

From non-league to the FA Cup, Stevenage have faced AFC Wimbledon nine times in the Kingston club’s short history.

Boro boast an impressive record vs the Dons, picking up six wins and two draws. The only defeat Stevenage have suffered to Wimbledon was in October 2011, going down 4-3 on penalties in the Johnstone Paint Trophy Round 2, after a 2-2 draw on the night.

Stevenage will be hoping of a repeat of our last visit to Kingsmeadow, with goals from Jamille Matt and Jerome Okimo securing a 2-1 win in the league.


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