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Match Preview | AFC Wimbledon

28 January 2022

Town continue to rack up the miles on the bus this week as they travel to the newly built Plough Lane tomorrow.

Shrewsbury Town are back in Sky Bet League One action on Saturday as they travel to the capital to face AFC Wimbledon at Plough Lane.

Salop are looking to get back to winning ways after two draws and a loss in their past three games (0-0 against Crewe Alexandra and Gillingham and 0-1 against Bolton Wanderers) left Salop 17th in the league table.

Steve Cotterill’s side will aim to get the double over Wimbledon this season having already defeated the Dons 2-1 at Montgomery Waters Meadow at the end of September.

Wimbledon are currently 20th in the league table, one place and one point above the drop zone. They have, however, played a game less than all the teams below them and could pull further away from the drop with a win against Salop on Saturday.

Name: AFC Wimbledon

Re-founded: 2002 (19 Years Ago)

Chairman/Owner: Joe Palmer

Biggest Win: 9-0 vs Slough Town, Isthmian League Premier Division, 2007.

Biggest Defeat: 5-0 vs York City, Conference Premier, 2010.

Highest League Finish: 15th, Sky Bet League One, 2015/16

One to Watch: Jack Rudoni

Having lost top goal scorer Ollie Palmer to National League side Wrexham at the beginning of the week, Dons fans will be relying on midfielder Jack Rudoni to carry on scoring goals like he has done so far this season. Before Palmer left, Rudoni was the club's second most creative player with seven goals and four assists in 29 appearances.

Now in his second season as a first-team regular for Wimbledon, Rudoni has made himself one of the first names on Mark Robinson’s team sheet. At the age of just 20, Rudoni is in the early stages of his career in professional football, and if he carries on the way he has started, Rudoni will have a long and successful career at the very top level.


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Match Reports

Match Report | AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Shrewsbury Town

29 January 2022

Shrewsbury Town picked up another point on the road after Dan Udoh’s equaliser cancelled out Wimbledon’s early opener.

Salop started the better of the two teams however it was Wimbledon who took the lead in the 13th minute. Ayoub Assal collected the ball in the middle of the park and drove towards Town’s penalty box before passing it out wide to Ethan Chislett. The midfielder clipped the ball from the by-line back to the edge of the six-yard box where Assal met it with a well-placed header into the bottom corner.

Wimbledon were in the ascendancy after their goal and were holding the majority of possession inside Town’s half. Their next good chances game within a few seconds of each other, just after the half-hour mark, but both were blocked by fantastic challenges by Matthew Pennington, who put his body on the line to prevent the shots from reaching Marko Marosi.

The game opened up a little more in the second half. Nat Ogbeta fired an effort over the bar and Jack Rudoni sent a low shot just wide of Marosi’s left-hand post inside the opening ten minutes of the half.

An even start to the second period turned Town’s way in the 58th minute and they bagged their equaliser through Udoh. After great interplay between Josh Vela and Elliott Bennett – who played the ball between themselves down the right flank and took multiple players out of the game – Bennett passed the ball to the feet of Ryan Bowman. Surrounded by Don defenders, Udoh took the ball off his strike partner’s foot and squeezed a deft shot into the bottom corner.

Following Shrewsbury’s equaliser, the game developed into a scrappy affair with niggly challenges and unnecessary fouls breaking up play and preventing either side from getting much going. This remained the case for the rest of the game and, for the second time in a week, Salop had to settle for a point on the road.


AFC Wimbledon: Nik Tzanev, Paul Osew, Ben Heneghan (C), Will Nightingale, George Marsh, Ayoub Assal (Tomas Kalinauskas, 81), Ethan Chislett (Antony Hartigan, 61), Jack Rudoni, Terry Ablade (Aaron Cosgrave, 73), Luke McCormick, Lee Brown

Subs Not Used: Zaki Oualah, Dan Csoka, Cheye Alexander, Dapo Mebude

Salop: Marko Marosi (GK), Tyrese Fornah (Saikou Janneh, 75), Ethan Ebanks-Landell (C), Matthew Pennington, Josh Vela, Dan Udoh, Ryan Bowman, Nathanael Ogbeta (Aaron Pierre, 88), David Davies, Elliott Bennett, George Nurse

Subs Not Used: Harry Burgoyne (GK), Sam Cosgrove, Rekeil Pyke, Tom Bloxham, Josh Daniels


Jack Rudoni picked up a yellow card on the half-hour mark for blocking a Salop free-kick. Ayoub Assal was booked at the end of the first half for a dive and Ben Heneghan was booked for a late slide tackle on Saikou Janneh with 77 minutes played.

Elliott Bennett was booked for a foul on Tomas Kalinauskas late on.


Referee: Carl Boyeson

Assistant Referees: Matthew Lee and Andy Bennett

Fourth Official: Paul Kelly

Attendance: 7824 (838 away)


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Ticket News

AFC Wimbledon tickets now on sale

19 January 2022

Ticket details for our Sky Bet League One trip to AFC Wimbledon have been announced.

AFC Wimbledon v Shrewsbury Town Saturday 29th January – 3pm kick-off Sky Bet League One

Tickets are now on sale for our Sky Bet League One trip to AFC Wimbledon.

We have been allocated 606 tickets for the game and Town fans will be housed in the Cherry Red Record Stand.

Cherry Red Record Stand (600 Tickets)

Adult - £22

Disabled - £22 (free carer)

Senior 65+ - £15

Student - £15

Unemployed/Benefits - £15

Young Adult 18 to 21 - £11

Junior 12 to 17 – £6

Under 11 - £5


AFC Wimbledon will be checking ID at the gate so please choose the relevant price class.

We also have three pairs of Wheelchair and Carer tickets available.


Tickets go off sale from the ticket office and online at 1pm on Friday 28th January.

Tickets can be purchased in the following ways:

• In person at the Montgomery Waters Meadow ticket office

• By calling 01743 273943

• Via our online ticketing site -


Away tickets are set up online with the following delivery options:

Standard post special delivery to collect from Shrewsbury Town - Free


Any tickets for away games that are not collected will be taken to the away game for collection on the day of the game.

If you can't make it to the game you can listen to full match commentary, or watch the game if you are an international fan, on iFollow Shrews, or download the iFollow App to listen in if you are out and about.


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