Last time out - Barnsley Team:
Head to Head
Barnsley and AFC Wimbledon have never previously met.
Last Season/This Season:
Last six 2017-2018/2018-2019 results:
14/08/18 Blackpool (Michael Nottingham 50, Harry Pritchard 56, Armand Gnanduillet 80) 3- 1 Barnsley (George Moncur 19) (EFL Cup First Round)
11/08/18 Bradford 0-2 Barnsley (Tom Bradshaw 7, Victor Adeboyejo 70) (League One)
04/08/18 Barnsley (Mamadou Thiam 22,29, Brad Potts 77, Victor Adeboyejo 89) 4-0 Oxford (League One)
06/05/18 Derby (Cameron Jerome 14, Matej Vydra 55, David Nugent 68, Tom Lawrence 71) 4-1 Barnsley (George Moncur 80) (Championship)
28/04/18 Barnsley (Kieffer Moore 11, Oli McBurnie 51) 2-0 Brentford (Championship)
24/04/18 Nottingham Forest (Lee Tomlin 26, Ben Brereton 36, Apostolos Vellios 90) 3-0 Barnsley (Championship)
W: 3 D: 0 L: 3 F: 10 A: 10 GD: 0
League Record: W: 2 D: 0 L: 0 F: 6 A: 0 GD: +6 Points: 6 Pos: 1st
14/08/18 Portsmouth (Christian Burgess 49) 1-2 Wimbledon (Joe Pigott 76, Anton Walkes og 88) (EFL Cup First Round)
11/08/18 Wimbledon 0-0 Coventry (League One)
04/08/18 Fleetwood 0-1 Wimbledon (Joe Pigott 60) (League One)
05/05/18 Wimbledon (Dean Parrett 12, Kwesi Appiah 34) 2-2 Bury (Neil Danns 66, George Miller 85) (League One)
01/05/18 Doncaster 0-0 Wimbledon (League One)
28/04/18 Wigan (Michael Jacobs 69) 1-1 Wimbledon (Joe Pigott 24) (League One)
W: 2 D: 4 L: 0 F: 6 A: 4 GD: 2
League Record: W: 1 D: 1 L: 0 F: 1 A: 0 GD: +1 Points: 4 Pos: 9th
Wimbledon last time out:
Portsmouth 1-2 Wimbledon
Tom King, Tennai Watson, Adedeji Oshilaja, Tyler Garrett, Rod McDonald, Scott Wagstaff, Mitch Pinnock, Tom Soares (Y), Anthony Wordsworth, James Hanson, Joe Pigott.
Kwesi Appiah (for Pinnock 66)
Toby Sibbick (for Watson 77)
Anthony Hartigan (for Pigott 89)
Joe McDonnell, Ben Purrington, Will Nightingale, Ossama Ashley.
Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley said:
“I think something we struggled with last season was believing that we had goals in us, believing that we could come from behind in a game.
We had the overall combination from staff and players. We were brave enough to go for it and play three centre forwards so that we really mixed it up. The players were good enough to adapt to that, despite not really working on it. We penned them in during the second-half and created the chances that got us goals against a really well drilled defence.
“We’ve talked about a winning mentality and we’ve worked on that. There was a belief about us: we kept on driving, kept on going forward. I think the first-half was really boring, the two teams cancelled each other out. I think Kenny (Jacket) would have wanted Portsmouth to come at us a bit more and we played too slow. We could not really open them up. I think both managers got stuck into their teams to be braver in the second-half and we saw a game that opened up. You could hear Kenny trying to get his team to drive forward and we were doing the same. The game then became end to end.
“There have been plenty of firsts in the six years or so that I’ve been here. To have another first – to be the first manager to take us into the next round – is something I’m really proud of. The fans were brilliant, they sung all the way through and drove us on. It was great that they were down the end that we were attacking in the second-half.”
Saturday 18th August 2018:
Accrington Stanley v Charlton Athletic
Burton Albion v Doncaster Rovers
Coventry City v Plymouth Argyle
Fleetwood Town v Rochdale
Peterborough United v Luton Town
Portsmouth v Oxford United
Shrewsbury Town v Blackpool
Southend United v Bradford City
Walsall v Gillingham
Wycombe Wanderers v Bristol Rovers
Sunday 19th August 2018:
Sunderland v Scunthorpe United