AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough predictions and betting tips for the League One contest on Sunday 12th November at 2:30pm. Read today’s betting preview for the match below.
We’re midway through the International Break but there is League One action on TV on Sunday afternoon with AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough kicking off at 2:30pm. Both sides’ seasons have been littered by inconsistencies with the hosts struggling in front of goal for the majority of the first two months. Neal Ardley’s side still lack quality but two wins in their last four matches have at least seen them clamber out of the bottom four and they’ll see this home match as a perfectly winnable opportunity. Grant McCann’s Peterborough were flying at the beginning of the campaign but have slipped down the table since. The Posh ended Shrewsbury’s unbeaten run during their last outing in the league but have poor form on the road. We’re starting with our AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough best betting tip for this afternoon.
We start our AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough predictions with an outright selection. AFC Wimbledon have mixed home form but did batter Rotherham recently thanks to a Lyle Taylor hat-trick. The striker is a doubt for this tie and without his services, they may struggle in front of goal. Peterborough have made a decent start but they struggle on the road although they’ve drawn three of their last five away from London Road. Draw seems the logical selection here and is the first of our tips at 13/5 with BetVictor and that is the first of our AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough predictions for Sunday afternoon.
Whilst AFC Wimbledon have lacked potency this season, they’ve kept it reasonably tight at the back. They have an experienced back four which includes Barry Fuller and Darius Charles who have conceded just three times in their last four League One matches. Peterborough do have goals in the side although they may find themselves frustrated. High-flying Charlton needed 78 minutes and a moment of magic to find a way past them and Peterborough could find themselves in a similar situation. The last two meetings have featured just a single goal. Under 2.5 Goals is the second of our AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough betting tips and is priced at 19/20 with Bet Bright.
The last of our AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough betting tips comes from the anytime goalscorer market. Lyle Taylor is AFC Wimbledon’s main threat but he is a doubt so I’d prefer to side with Peterborough’s Jack Marriott who netted in the FA Cup. The former Ipswich man is a confidence player and he nets in streaks. Jack Marriott is priced at 6/5 with Sport Pesa to score anytime and that is the last of our AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough predictions.
Kwesi Appiah is out of this game and isn’t due to return until early December. Lyle Taylor has been carefully monitored throughout the week and may be fit enough to take his place on the bench.
Ricky Miller has been in trouble with the law this week and he won’t feature in this tie as he’s been given time off by the club. Peterborough don’t have too many injury worries ahead of this tie.
After playing out a goal-fest in the League Cup, these two sides found it hard to be separated when they met in League One. The two sides drew 0-0 here with AFC Wimbledon nicking a 1-0 win on the road thanks to Tom Elliott.