History of the AFC Wimbledon v Cheltenham Town fixture
AFC Wimbledon prepare to entertain Cheltenham Town 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 Cheltenham Town at Kingsmeadow was just last season, in September 2011, when they eased past their opponents in a high-scoring 4-1 thriller, in a League Two match.
Recent encounters between the teams
|2011/2012||Tue 21 Feb||Cheltenham T.||0 - 0||AFC Wimbledon||League Two|
|2011/2012||Sat 17 Sep||AFC Wimbledon||4-1||Cheltenham T.||League Two|
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Recent respective form guides
AFC Wimbledon have managed to pick up just two wins from their last six home games, losing three, A generous 8 goals have been both scored and conceded in this period.
The away form of Cheltenham Town however, is much more impressive, unbeaten in their last six, consisting of three wins and three draws. Just 7 goals have scored in these games, though to be fair only a measly 4 have been let in at the wrong end.
AFC Wimbledon are hovering perilously just above the relegation zone, with 10 points from 11 matches.
Cheltenham Town's total of 19 points from their 11 games sees them sitting in the playoff places in npower League Two.
Current overall team form
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FootyMad's prediction ...
Its been an indifferent run of form for the Dons of late, and things are not going to improve with the visit of Cheltenham Town, who one believes will win this game handsomely. Away win
|AFC Wimbledon||Been beaten in each of their previous 3 home matches.
Failed to win in previous 4 home matches.
Not drawn a match in their last 8 .
|Cheltenham Town||Undefeated in last 7 away games.
No win in the 2 most recent games.
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