AFC Wimbledon v Barnsley

Last updated : 18 January 2019 By Rob Miles

Last time out - Barnsley Team:

1. Adam Davies (c)

12. Dimitri Cavaré

5. Ethan Pinnock

6. Liam Lindsay

28. Ben Williams

33. Jacob Brown

8. Cameron McGeehan

27. Alex Mowatt

26. Mamadou Thiam

19. Kieffer Moore

9. Cauley Woodrow


Head to Head

Last AFC Wimbledon v Barnsley result:   

18/08/2018: (League One)

Barnsley 0-0 Wimbledon

This is the only meeting between Barnsley and AFC Wimbledon.


Overall Record:

Wimbledon Wins: 0

Barnsley Wins: 0

Draws: 1

Wimbledon Goals: 0

Barnsley Goals: 0

At Wimbledon:

Wimbledon Wins: 0

Barnsley Wins: 0

Draws: 0

Wimbledon Goals: 0

Barnsley Goals: 0


This Season:

Last six 2018-2019 results:


12/01/19 Coventry (Luke Thomas 61) 1-1 Wimbledon (Jake Jervis 2) (League One)

05/01/19 Fleetwood (Paddy Madden 70, Ched Evans pen 72) 2-3 Wimbledon (Andy Barcham 16, Anthony Hartigan 55, Kwesi Appiah 90) (FA Cup Third Round)

01/01/19 Portsmouth (Jamal Lowe 8, Ronan Curtis 80) 2-1 Wimbledon (Kwesi Appiah 75) (League One)

29/12/18 Wimbledon 0-0 Bradford (League One)

26/12/18 Wimbledon (Anthony Wordsworth 32, Mitch Pinnock 75) 2-1 Plymouth (David Fox 23) (League One)

22/12/18 Wycombe (Fred Onyedinma 90) 1-2 Wimbledon (Kwesi Appiah 29, Jake Jervis 90) (League One)

W: 3 D: 2 L: 1 F: 9 A: 7 GD: +2

League Record: W: 6 D: 5 L: 16 F: 21 A: 38 GD: -17 Points: 23 Pos:  24th



12/01/19 Barnsley (Jacob Brown 28, Kieffer Moore 38, Alex Mowatt 90) 3-0 Bradford (League One)

05/01/19 Burnley (Chris Wood pen 90) 1-0 Barnsley (FA Cup Third Round)

01/01/19 Luton 0-0 Barnsley (League One)

29/12/18 Barnsley (Brad Potts 5, Mamadou Thiam 14) 2-1 Charlton (Ben Reeves 73) (League One)

26/12/18 Barnsley (Alex Mowatt 24, Cauley Woodrow 49) 2-0 Peterborough (League One)

22/12/18 Blackpool 0-1 Barnsley (Cameron McGeehan 59) (League One)

W: 4 D: 1 L: 1 F: 8 A: 2 GD: +6

League Record: W: 14 D: 7 L: 5 F: 43 A: 22 GD: +21 Points: 49 Pos: 5th


Wimbledon last time out:

Coventry 1-1 Wimbledon

35. Aaron Ramsdale

2. Tennai Watson

4. Adedeji Oshilaja (c)

30. Paul Kalambayi

12. Tyler Garratt

5. Will Nightingale

11. Mitch Pinnock

8. Anthony Hartigan

40. Anthony Wordsworth 

17. Andy Barcham

10. Jake Jervis.


14. Liam Trotter (for Jervis 69)

39. Joe Pigott (for Garratt 69)

Unused Substitutes:

16. Dylan Connolly, 20. Toby Sibbick, 22. Tommy Wood, 24. Joe McDonnell, 28. Alfie Egan.

Wimbledon manager Wally Downes said:

“I’ve told the boys that it’s very difficult to win a football match, you have to put it in everywhere around the pitch. Today we had to work really hard to get one point. We need to maintain that same work-rate, dedication, spirit, and will to win, for the rest of the season, because if we fall below that we won’t be drawing games.

"If we fall below that we certainly won’t be winning games, but having said that, they’ve stepped up every time. Coming here to a big stadium and a big club in Coventry, it could have been a down side after the FA Cup with all the publicity that got. The boys were dogged, everybody did their jobs professionally, and it could be a very vital point.

“Taking the lead was a great fillip for the boys, but 1-0 is not the sort of result you can hang onto for 89 minutes. We had another chance in the first half to go 2-0 up, but it hit the crossbar.  When we got in at half-time we had to try and win the second half. We had to continue to try and soak it up and try to win the second half. We couldn’t do that, but any point away at a place like the Ricoh Arena is a good point.”


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