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Salford City v Wimbledon Live Broadcast 16 December 2023


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EFL League Two - Salford City vs AFC Wimbledon Follow the live scores of Salford City vs AFC Wimbledon in the EFL League Two on OneFootball. Whilst the Dons caught their hosts on the break, Grant was able to pick out the run of Dean towards the left of the area. The in-form young striker made no mistake with the opportunity he was presented after he cut inside to fire the ball home from close-range. Cameron Norman then had to make a vital stop at the other end of the field to deny Salford the instant response they sought for. With 20 minutes on the stopwatch Salford then gained a foot hold within the fixture. The hosts had caused a slight scare with the high-press, which forced MacGillivray to clear his line before an in-swinging free-kick was then dealt with by the Dons’ rear-guard. The pressure amounted on the MK Dons defence, which presented a chance for Connor McLennan. Salford City vs MK Dons on 25 Nov 23 - Match CentreMK Dons claim all three points within their first visit to the Peninsula Stadium after producing a 4-2 victory when trailing by a goal at the interval. Mike Williamson made one change from his previous league starting XI as Club captain Dean Lewington made his return from injury following his mid-week involvement against Northampton Town within the Bristol Street Motors Trophy Group Stage tie. Striker Ellis Harrison also made his comeback from the side-lines as the number nine was named amongst the substitutes. Salford City vs Swindon Town on 21 Oct 23 - Match Centre Watch live now. Listen or watch live now. Form Guide; Tickets; Preview & News AFC Wimbledon, 19, 7, 7, 5, 29, 22, 7, 28. 11. MK Dons, 19, 7, 6, 6, 31, 27, 4 ... The visitors continued in their mission to regain the advantage that was gathered ten minutes into the match. Max Dean was taken down as a result of getting the better of his counterpart Adrian Mariappa. The Dons were awarded a free-kick on the edge of the box whilst Mariappa was booked for the challenge. The dead ball effort was blocked by the wall of Salford defenders before Conor Grant’s volley that looked destined for the top-corner of the goal was headed clear by the home side’s defence. Just ahead of the 70-minute mark, MK Dons had restored their lead through Joe Tomlinson, who collected his second of the game. FIRST-HALFMK Dons saw a great move going forward a few minutes after the starting whistle. The ball was played forward to Dean, who found the run of Harvie on the left before it was cut-back to Payne - the attacker shot whilst on the turn but couldn't keep his effort down. Moments after, Max Dean tried his luck from the edge of the area, but Salford’s reaction to the threat forced the striker into an early effort that missed the mark. Ten minutes into the Sky Bet League Two tie, Max Dean broke the deadlock at the Peninsula Stadium. 0-1Gilbey’s hardworking efforts rewarded him with the ball, which he then distributed towards Conor Grant in the middle of the field. 1-1Minutes before the interval, Adrian Mariappa produced a pivotal moment defensively as his sliding challenge blocked the hit from Conor grant, who searched for the far post with his effort. Jack Payne was the next player to test Cairns between the sticks, but the Salford shot-stopper was able to palm away the low strike before his defenders reacted accordingly. The drama proceeded late in the half when Salford were awarded with a late penalty-kick as the referee had adjudged Cameron Norman to commit a foul. Ryan Watson stepped up to the spot and scored against his former club to give the Greater Manchester side a late advantage before the break. 2-1SECOND-HALFA lively start to the second half replicated that of the first, and much like the first 45 minutes, MK Dons had found the net early following the restart. Joe Tomlinson acquired the equaliser after he smashed a close-range effort through the legs of Cairns, which saw the score-line draw level once again within the clash. 2-2Dean Lewington’s tackle on the halfway line created the chance as the ball eventually made its way to the feet of Alex Gilbey, who located an unmarked Tomlinson to his right. From there, the Dons defender claimed his second goal for the club with a rocket of a shot within Salford’s penalty area. Mike Williamson’s men saw most of the ball within the early exchanges of the second 45 minutes of play. LIVESTREAM! Salford City️ AFC Wimbledon #soccer 2 days ago — Experience the game-changing Salford City vs. AFC Wimbledon Live Stream | 12/16/2023 convenience of watching your favorite sports events live, ...


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