History of the AFC Wimbledon v Bradford City fixture
AFC Wimbledon prepare to entertain Bradford City at Kingsmeadow on Saturday afternoon, aiming to preserve their record of never having lost at home to the visitors. The Dons won the only previous game contested between the two.
The only previous meeting between AFC Wimbledon and Bradford City at Kingsmeadow was less than a year ago, in March 2012, with AFC Wimbledon running out comfortable 3-1 winners in a League Two match.
Recent encounters between the teams
|2012/2013||Sat 25 Aug||Bradford City||5 - 1||AFC Wimbledon||League Two|
|2011/2012||Tue 13 Mar||AFC Wimbledon||3-1||Bradford City||League Two|
|2011/2012||Sat 03 Dec||Bradford City||3 - 1||AFC Wimbledon||F.A. Cup|
|2011/2012||Sat 24 Sep||Bradford City||1 - 2||AFC Wimbledon||League Two|
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Recent respective form guides
AFC Wimbledon need to improve on their recent home record of just 3 draws from the previous six. While Dons have scored 5, a worringly large 13 have been leaked at the other end.
Bradford City's away form is none too clever either, seeing them win just 1 and draw 2 of the last six. While the Bantams have hit 7 goals, 10 have hit the back of the wrong net.
AFC Wimbledon find themselves stuck right at the bottom of the division. Their 30 games have yielded only 28 points.
Bradford City's 44 points from 30 games sees them lie inside the top half of the table, in 10th position.
Current overall team form
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FootyMad's prediction ...
These are testing times at Kingsmeadow for the Dons and the Madmen are unable to see past Bradford City claiming victory in a close match.
|AFC Wimbledon||Drawn last 3 games at home.
Failed to win in previous 7 home matches.
Latest 2 games ended in defeat.
Not won in the 5 most recent games.
|Bradford City||No sequences of note|
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