Its a crunch relegation six pointer down at the basement of the Football league as the Wombles take on Plymouth Argyle at Kingsmeadow.
2 wins and a draw in the last 3 has seen Wimbledon climb to 21st but they are just 3pts clear of Tuesday nights opponents with a significantly worse goal difference, which may prove to be a crucial come the last game of the season. Gary Alexander and Jonathan Meades will face late fitness tests after picking up knocks in the win away at Dagenham. Curtis Osano and Will Antwi are out. Key man Midson will be an aerial threat.
Plymouth have slipped to 2 straight defeats in their last 2 games. Just 2 goals in their last 5 games has left manager John Sheridan desparate for goals despite bringing in forward players Reuben Reid, Gozie Ugwu, Ronan Murray and Jason Banton his efforts have so far proved futile. His striking problem is highlighted by the fact there top scorer this season is Cowan Hall, who has struck 5 times and is predominantly played out on the wing. On the positive Sheridan was pleased with the performance level despite their loss at Sixfields, with Northampton manager Aidy Boothroyd said post match “If they keep playing like that I’m sure they can get out of the trouble they find themselves in.”
Plymouth will be scrapping for their lives and may take something from this game.