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AFC Wimbledon to win at Accrington is Nick Hext's selection in npower League Two this weekend.

Last Updated: 18/01/13 at 09:49 Post Comment

AFC Wimbledon can celebrate victory at Accrington.

AFC Wimbledon can celebrate victory at Accrington.

AFC Wimbledon to win at Accrington is our top tip for the weekend in League Two - if the game can beat the cold weather at the renamed Store First Stadium.

The Dons were denied their third win in a row last Saturday as Wycombe battled back for a 2-2 draw at Kingsmeadow and remain in big trouble in the relegation places.

Neal Ardley's men sit second-bottom - one point ahead of Bristol Rovers and one point behind Plymouth - with not much to choose between any of the sides at the wrong end of the standings.

The bottom six are separated by only six points and it's Accrington who occupy 19th spot ahead of this vital clash between the two strugglers in Lancashire.

A new sponsorship deal has created some smiles at Stanley this week but just one victory in 12 games has increased worries of a return to non-league football.

AFC Wimbledon also have plenty to be concerned about but two wins from their previous two away games at Rochdale and Torquay has raised hopes ahead of Saturday's contest.

They are certainly the side to back in my book so have a piece of the 85/40 for Dons delight with Stan James.


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