KINGSTON UPON THAMES. AFC Wimbledon defeated Crewe Alexandra.
AFC Wimbledon remained with 10 players after A. Assal received a double yellow card in the 90′.
The match was played at the The Cherry Red Records Stadium stadium in Kingston upon Thames on Tuesday and it started at 7:45 pm local time. The referee was Craig Hicks with the assistance of Nick Dunn and Andrew Bennett. The 4th official was Aaron Farmer. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was quite cold at 3.8 degrees Celsius or 38.89 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 94%.
- 50 Ball Possession 50
- 25 Total 11
- 7 On Target 3
- 18 Off Target 8
- 0 Shots blocked 0
- 123 Attack 109
- 78 Dangerous attack 26
- 4 Ball safe 11
- 1 Penalties 0
- 8 Corners 4
- 4 Off Sides 1
- 12 Total 7
- 2 Yellow Cards 3
- 0 Double Yellow 0
- 1 Red Card 0
- 3 Substitutions 3
No teams had a vastly superior advantage in terms of ball possession. AFC Wimbledon was in possession of the ball for 49% of the time vs. Crewe Alexandra that controlled the ball for 51% of the time.
Attitude and shots
AFC Wimbledon was was putting more pressure with 78 dangerous attacks and 25 shots of which 7 were on target. This is one of the reasons why AFC Wimbledon won the match.
AFC Wimbledon shot 25 times, 7 on target, 18 off target. On the opposite side, Crewe Alexandra shot 11 times, 3 on target, 8 off target.
AFC Wimbledon received 2 yellow cards (A. Assal and B. Heneghan). Regarding the opposition, Crewe Alexandra received 3 yellow cards (L. Murphy, M. Williams and B. Sass-Davies).
A. Assal (AFC Wimbledon) was sent off after receiving a second yellow card (90′).
After playing this encounter, AFC Wimbledon will have 20 points to sit in the 18th place. On the other side, Crewe Alexandra will stay with 12 points to sit in the 24th place.
In the next match in the League One, AFC Wimbledon will host Fleetwood Town on the 27th of November with a 8-6 head to head statistic in favor of AFC Wimbledon (5 draws).
Crewe Alexandra will play away agasint Ipswich Town on the 28th of November with a 3-0 head to head statistic in favor of Ipswich Town (1 draw).
AFC Wimbledon – Formation
AFC Wimbledon started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).
The manager Mark Robinson decided to play with the following team: Nik Tzanev, Paul Osew , Ben Heneghan , Dániel Csóka , Nesta Guinness-Walker , Alex Woodyard , Anthony Hartigan , Ayoub Assal , Luke McCormick , Jack Rudoni and Ollie Palmer .
The home team had on the bench: George Marsh, Henry Lawrence , L. Jenkins, D. Charles, Z. Oualah, E. Chislett and Aaron Pressley .
AFC Wimbledon could not rely on the presence of H. Lawrence (injured).
AFC Wimbledon made 3 changes: P. Osew for H. Lawrence (74′), O. Palmer for A. Pressley (77′) and L. McCormick for G. Marsh (84′).
Best player: Ollie Palmer
The most impressive player for AFC Wimbledon was Ollie Palmer.
His rating iswith 2 goals, 21 passes (57% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 10. He performed 2 crosses.
Crewe Alexandra – Formation
Crewe Alexandra started with a 5-3-2 line-up (5-3-2).
David Artell played with: Dave Richards, Scott Kashket , Terell Thomas , Billy Sass-Davies , Michael Williams , Rio Adebisi , Tom Lowery , Luke Murphy , Madger Gomes , Christopher Long and Chris Porter .
They had on the bench: J. Lundstram, B. Knight, Oliver Finney, Regan Griffiths , Callum McFadzean , W. Jääskeläinen and M. Mandron.
Crewe Alexandra made 3 changes: M. Gomes for O. Finney (50′), T. Terell for C. McFadzean (73′) and L. Murphy for R. Griffiths (74′).
Best player: Christopher Long
Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Crewe Alexandra was Christopher Long.
His rating iswith 1 goal, 11 passes (100% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 3 duels out of 5.
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the League One.
- AFC Wimbledon – Crewe Alexandra – 3-2
- Burton Albion – Accrington Stanley – 4-0
- Cambridge United – Wigan Athletic – 2-2
- Gillingham – Cheltenham Town – 0-2
- Ipswich Town – Rotherham United – 0-2
- Lincoln City – Portsmouth – 0-3
- Morecambe – Charlton Athletic – 2-2
- Oxford United – Fleetwood Town – 3-1
- Plymouth Argyle – Wycombe Wanderers – 0-3
- Sheffield Wednesday – Milton Keynes Dons – 2-1
- Shrewsbury Town – Sunderland – 1-1
- Bolton Wanderers – Doncaster Rovers – 3-0