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Match Preview: Stevenage vs AFC Wimbledon

14 April 2023

Stevenage welcome Johnnie Jackson’s Dons to The Lamex Stadium tomorrow for another vital clash in Sky Bet League Two…

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After being held to a 1-1 draw away to Hartlepool on Easter Monday, Boro sit fifth in the league table and are level on points with the third automatic promotion spot, with a game in hand.

Just six league fixtures remain for Steve Evans’ side as the race for automatic promotion becomes as tight as ever.


AFC Wimbledon suffered relegation at the end of last season and returned to Sky Bet League Two for the first time in six years. The Dons have struggled for form this campaign, as they currently sit seventeenth in the table after picking up eleven wins from forty-two league matches.

The Southwest London side have won just one of their last fifteen outings but are seemingly clear of relegation, as they have a nine-point advantage over the drop zone. The Dons were extremely unlucky not to pick up points on Easter Monday as they welcomed Salford City to the capital. The hosts took the lead on two occasions, but an injury-time brace from Callum Hendry meant that Salford escaped with a dramatic 3-2 victory.

Johnnie Jackson took over as AFC Wimbledon boss in May 2022 following the club’s relegation to the fourth tier. Before that, Jackson had two caretaker spells at Charlton Athletic, the club he made roughly 300 appearances for as a player before retiring.


Boro and The Dons have met on eleven occasions in the past with tomorrow’s hosts picking up seven wins, two draws and two losses from previous meetings. The first season in which these two clubs would meet was the 2009/10 Conference campaign. In the away fixture, Boro picked up an impressive 3-0 victory, with Mark Roberts, Lawrie Wilson and Eddie Odhiambo getting the goals.

Stevenage are unbeaten against AFC Wimbledon at The Lamex Stadium, having earned two 0-0 draws, a 3-1 victory in the League Cup and a 2-1 league win over the years. This season’s reverse fixture went in Boro’s favour as three second half goals completed a 3-2 comeback victory at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.


James Bell has been appointed as Match Referee for tomorrow’s fixture, with Adrian Tranter and Daniel Bonneywell as Assistants, and Jason Richardson as Fourth Official.

Bell has handed out forty-eight yellow cards and three reds in thirteen EFL fixtures this season.


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Report: Stevenage 2-1 AFC Wimbledon

15 April 2023

Goals from Jordan Roberts and Jamie Reid round off an enjoyable afternoon at The Lamex...

Stevenage returned to The Lamex Stadium with six games to go until the end of the season. At the start of the day, Boro were fifth in the table and level on points with the automatic promotion places so a win would be vital. Steve Evans made three changes from the 1-1 draw against Hartlepool on Easter Monday as Jake Reeves, Jake Forster-Caskey and Kane Smith came in for Terence Vancooten, Michael Bostwick and Luther James-Wildin.

Inside four minutes, Stevenage took the lead and got the home crowd excited in the early stages. Jake Forster-Caskey’s free-kick was sent into a dangerous position as Carl Piergianni squared it to Jordan Roberts who fired home from close range.

Despite Boro being in control early on, AFC Wimbledon grabbed an equaliser after just ten minutes. The Dons’ star-man Ali Al-Hamadi received the ball inside the box before neatly turning and finding the far corner of the goal with his effort.

The first twenty minutes of the game involved chances from both sides, with Stevenage coming agonisingly close to regaining their lead. Kane Smith carried the ball forward before squaring it to Jamie Reid on the six-yard line, but the striker was unable to get the finishing touch on it as the score remained level.

The remainder of the first half had far less to write home about as both sides looked to get the ball down and play their football. Just before the interval, The Dons looked destined to take the lead with a header bouncing across the face of the goal, before Kasey McAteer’s strike from the edge of the area flew wide.

The second half got underway, and it remained an incredibly tight game. Both sets of supporters got behind their sides well, in the hopes of encouraging a goal.

Eventually, the first meaningful chance of the half occurred on the hour mark as Stevenage regained their lead. A loose defensive header was picked up by Jamie Reid who lobbed the ball over Nik Tzanev to grab his side’s second of the afternoon.

Steve Evans made his first two substitutions of the afternoon with just over twenty minutes to go as Jake Reeves and Kane Smith made way for Jake Taylor and Luther James-Wildin respectively.

With over ten minutes remaining, Boro were largely in control and came close to doubling their lead. Jake Taylor sprinted to the back post in search of a goal but could only hit the side-netting.

Stevenage had just five minutes plus additional time to hold onto their lead and pick up a vital victory. On came Michael Bostwick in place of Jake Forster-Caskey to see the game out.

Four minutes of added time was displayed by the Fourth Official as Boro supporters hoped and prayed. The Dons’ had a long throw-in sent into box in the closing stages, with Ali Al-Hamadi firing inches wide in dramatic fashion.

Eventually, the final whistle was blown, and The Lamex Stadium erupted as an absolutely vital three points was picked up in the race for promotion. Boro return to The Lamex in three days’ time as they welcome Doncaster Rovers.

Attendance: 4,062 including 694 away supporters.

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Back the Boro vs AFC Wimbledon & Doncaster Rovers

13 April 2023

Boro play two games in four days at The Lamex Stadium as the fight for promotion continues in Sky Bet League Two...

Stevenage Football Club welcome both AFC Wimbledon and Doncaster Rovers to The Lamex Stadium next in Sky Bet League Two.

Steve Evans' men take on Johnnie Jackson's Dons on Saturday 15 April at 3pm, before Donny visit SG2 for football under the lights on Tuesday 18 April at 7.45pm.

Match tickets for all of Stevenage's remaining home games are now on sale, available at


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