Wimbledon vs Weymouth
Wimbledon will entertain Weymouth tonight at Plough lane stadium for their fourth tier of FA cup. Both sides have much confidence to secure a ticket for next stage of campaign as they heads to the contest.
The two teams played out a 1-1 draw at the Bob Lucas Stadium earlier this month. Ayoub Assal gave Wimbledon the lead in the fifth minute, but Weymouth dug deep to score the equaliser through Ahkeem Rose in the 70th. This is one of seven first round games in the competition that will be replayed tonight. Its very tough match watch based on their first leg results. We predict both sides to score.
AFC Wimbledon possible starting lineup:Tzanev; Gunter, Kalambayi, Towler, Currie; Pell, Woodward, Maghomar; Senior, Assal, Davison
Weymouth possible starting lineup:Oualah; Ash, Matsuzaka, Howe, Carlyle, Kyprianou; O'Connell, Blair, Bearwish; Rose, McBurnie
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