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The Stats: AFC Wimbledon

Our statistical preview of this weekend’s hosts

14 February 2019

The Emirates FA Cup picks up pace again this weekend as Millwall make the trip across South London to face AFC Wimbledon in an exciting Fifth Round contest. With a Quarter-Final place at stake, the incentive is huge for both sides, and here we take a look at The Dons’ recent statistics, as well as revisiting past meetings between the two sides.

2018/19:

League One record: 24th – Played 32, Points 26 – Won 7, Drew 5, Lost 20 – Scored 23, Conceded 48 (GD -25)

Top scorer (League): Joe Pigott, five goals

Top assists: Mitchell Pinnock, three assists

Top appearances: Mitchell Pinnock, 27 appearances

 

2017/18:

League One position: 18th

League record: Played 46, Points 53 – Won 13, Drew 14, Lost 19 – Scored 47, Conceded 58 (GD -11)

FA Cup: Third Round (won 1-0 v Lincoln City (H), won 3-1 v Charlton Athletic (H), lost 3-0 v Tottenham Hotspur (A))

Carabao Cup: First Round (lost 1-3 v Brentford (H))

Transfers:

Transfers in: Jake Jervis (Luton Town, loan), Tennai Watson (Reading, loan), Tyler Garratt (Doncaster Rovers, loan), Steve Seddon (Birmingham City, loan), Aaron Ramsdale (AFC Bournemouth, loan), Michael Folivi (Watford, loan), Shane McLoughlin (Ipswich Town), Anthony Wordsworth (Southend United), Scott Wagstaff (Gillingham), Dylan Connolly (Dundalk), James Hanson (Sheffield United), Terell Thomas (Wigan Athletic), Rod McDonald (Coventry City), Mitchell Pinnock (Dover Athletic)

Transfers out: Dean Parrett (Gillingham), Barry Fuller (Gillingham), George Francomb (Crawley Town), Lyle Taylor (Charlton Athletic), Darius Charles (Wycombe Wanderers), Lloyd Sam (Miami FC), Egli Kaja (Livingston, loan), Alfie Egan (East Thurrock, loan), Cody McDonald (Ebbsfleet United), Paul Robinson (Havant & Waterlooville), Callum Kennedy (Billericay Town), Jon Meades (retired)  

Past record:

AFC Wimbledon wins: 0

Draws: 2

Millwall wins: 2

Last meetings (League unless stated):

2nd January 2017 – AFC Wimbledon 2-2 Millwall: Taylor, Elliott; O’Brien, Morison

22nd November 2016 – Millwall 0-0 AFC Wimbledon

6th August 2013 – Millwall 2-1 AFC Wimbledon: Keogh, Woolford; Moore (League Cup)

9th November 2009 – Millwall 4-1 AFC Wimbledon: Price (2), Harris, Schofield; Taylor (FA Cup)


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