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Wimbledon and Wycombe go head-to-head for three points in League One on Monday. Playoff-chasing Wycombe go in search of a win at The Cherry Red Records Stadium. Read our free predictions and find the latest odds for the fixture below in our detailed match preview.
Wimbledon vs Wycombe – Free Betting Tips & Predictions
Wimbledon are without a win in 12 attempts at home ahead of their clash with Wycombe in League One. Read our top three predictions for this week’s fixture below.
- Match Result – Wycombe to Win @ 21/20 (2.05)
- Total Goals – Under 2.5 Goals @ 17/20 (1.85)
- Anytime Goalscorer – Sam Vokes (no odds available yet)
These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.
Wycombe to Win
Relegation candidates Wimbledon have really struggled to make home advantage count this season and the Dons have failed to win any of their last 12 league assignments at The Cherry Red Records Stadium. Wycombe meanwhile, have strung together a four-match unbeaten run on the road and the playoff contenders should have too much class for their ailing hosts on Monday.
Under 2.5 Goals
Wimbledon’s games on home soil have routinely been low on action this term and the Dons’ cautious approach can often leave their supporters frustrated. Ten of their last 12 fixtures at The Cherry Red Records Stadium have produced under 2.5 goals and we don’t see that low-scoring pattern shifting when Wycombe visit London on Monday afternoon.
Sam Vokes to Score Anytime
Veteran Welsh hitman Sam Vokes is Wycombe’s leading marksman this term and the 32-year-old has developed a knack for finding the net on the road. Indeed, the striker has already notched nine times in away games for Wanderers this term and Vokes’s ability to lead from the front on the road makes him a superb option in the anytime goalscorer market on Monday.
Wimbledon vs Wycombe Match Preview and Team News
Aaron Cosgrove, Jack Madelin, Cheye Alexander, Aaron Presley and Egli Kaja are all in the treatment room for Wimbledon. The Dons still harbour survival hopes this term, though their managerial duo of Mark Robinson and Mark Bowen need to find a way to redress the team’s horrific home form. Only Crewe have collected fewer points at home than the Wombles.
Nick Freeman is out injured for Wycombe this week, while midfielder Lewis Wing misses out again through suspension. Wanderers are still firmly in the playoff hunt, though competition for a place in the top six is stiff and Gareth Ainsworth will know that any slipup against a poor Wimbledon side on Monday could have far-reaching consequences.
Top Betting Odds and Stats for Wimbledon vs Wycombe
Make sure to check out our list of the top stats for Monday’s game below alongside a tool to help you pick the best odds.
Wimbledon vs Wycombe Coverage and Frequently Asked Questions
Who won the last meeting between these clubs?
Wimbledon and Wycombe drew 2-2 when they last met on December 11th.
What time does this fixture kick off?
The game is scheduled to start at 16:00 CET (GMT +1).
Where will Monday’s game be played?
Wimbledon vs Wycombe will be played at The Cherry Red Records Stadium.