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Preview: AFC Wimbledon v Stags

1 March 2023

The Stags are in Sky Bet League Two action this Saturday (04 March) away at AFC Wimbledon (3pm kick-off). Here’s all you need to know…


Saturday’s clash against AFC Wimbledon will come too early for left-back Stephen McLaughlin as he continues to recover from an ankle injury.

John-Joe O’Toole (foot) looks set to be sidelined for the next two months.

George Maris will be assessed ahead of this weekend’s fixture against the Dons.

Louis Reed and Rhys Oates are making good progress on their respective injuries but will miss Saturday’s Sky Bet League Two clash.

Will Swan looks set to be sidelined for the next four to six weeks after sustaining an injury in training recently.

Anthony Hartigan had a successful operation following a shoulder injury sustained at Walsall on New Year’s Day but will be sidelined for the next few months.


The referee for Saturday afternoon’s match is Ollie Yates. Mr. Yates will be assisted by Declan O'Shea, Conor Farrell and fourth official, Justin Amey.


Tickets can be purchased online via, in person at the ticket office (Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm) and via telephone (01623 482 482, option 1).

The club has been allocated 1,206 tickets, which includes three pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets.

Ticket prices are:

Adult: £25

Concession*: £17

Under-18**: £1

*65+, full time students, unemployed benefits

** Must be purchased with a concession or adult

Tickets are available on the day of the game, however, prices for adults and concessions will increase by £2.

Wheelchair & Ambulant disabled pay the relevant age group. A carer is entitled to a free ticket if on the higher or enhanced rate of disability allowance.

There are six blue badge parking spaces available which can be booked by emailing:

The club are now unable to post tickets ahead of this fixture.

Tickets will go off sale at One Call Stadium at midday on Friday 03 March.


Sandy’s Bar & Kitchen will be open from 7.30am, serving bacon and sausage cobs. 

Our official fans’ club – the Stags Supporters’ Association – are providing family friendly coach travel to Wimbledon.

Coaches will depart at 9am from One Call Stadium.

Coach prices are as follows:

Amber/Junior Members: £15

Blue Members: £20

Non-Members: £25

To book, call or text the travel line on 07967 689 579


Unable to make it to the game this weekend?

iFollow Stags subscribers based in the UK can purchase our audio pass for only £2.50 by clicking here.

Overseas' subscribers can watch the game in full for just £10. Click here to purchase your match pass.

Commentary of the contest will be provided by Martin Shaw and Dean Foulkes. Coverage starts approximately 10 minutes before kick-off.

You can follow all the action from the fixture live via our Twitter match updates here.

The match centre on will also contain Opta-populated updates and can be accessed here.

A report from the match will be published on the club website following the full-time whistle, and post-match reaction from the dressing room will be available to view on and iFollow Stags.

Follow us across our social media accounts to keep fully updated on all areas of a Stags’ matchday. Click the below links to redirect to the corresponding social media account.

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Match Reports

Report: AFC Wimbledon 1-3 Stags

4 March 2023

Clinical Mansfield Town came from behind to record an impressive 3-1 win in their first-ever visit to Cherry Red Records Stadium, Wimbledon.

In an all-action first-half, the Dons led on 25 minutes through Ali Al Hamadi's strike before Riley Harbottle's prodded effort restored parity five minutes later.

Then, in a second half of fewer chances, super sub Danny Johnson and skillful midfielder Davis Keillor-Dunn both found the net to push Wimbledon out of sight.

As part of two changes in the Stags' camp, Scott Flinders replaced Christy Pym in goal, who was out with illness.

And at right wing-back, Callum Johnson came in for Elliott Hewitt.

Stags had commanding defender Alfie Kilgour to thank inside the opening three minutes of a lively first half.

Mansfield's defence was breached on the inside left when Ethan Chislett played a neat one-two inside the box. But as he was set to pull the trigger, Kiglour raced in to block the midfielder's drive.

At the other end, Stags' skipper Ollie Clarke was the first name in the referee's notebook for a foul midway inside the home half.

Chislett then had another chance for the Dons inside the eighth minute.

Defender Riley Harbottle was unable to properly clear an awkward left-sided cross into the box, but Chisllett failed to capitalise by directing a swerving effort well wide.

Dons attempted to hit Mansfield on the counter-surge after 12 minutes, though Josh Davison's effort on the right flank drifted harmlessly across the goal area.

Wimbledon were again causing problems inside the box and James Perch made a fine stop with his chest to deny Kasey McAteer's drive on the edge of the six-yard box after Chislett got the better of Harbottle on the goalline.

At the other end, Wimbledon were living dangerously as Stags sent in a number of inviting corners in the opening stages.

The latest of which saw Quinn's flag-kick not properly cleared, allowing Clarke to head deeper into the box, where Kilgour prodded over from seven yards, under pressure from a Dons' defender.

Then, a long throw from Harbottle near the corner flag saw goalkeeper Nik Tzanev punch thin air as Clarke flicked goalwards, only for Wimbledon to half clear.

And as the ball came back into the box from Quinn's cross, Harbottle connected with an outstretched leg but his shot was denied by a Dons' defender at the front post.

Stags were undone on 25 minutes after a quick breakaway, started by a long punt from Alex Pearce.

Ali Al Hamadi kept himelf onside to advance forward, step beyond James Perch on the right of the box and fire a low drive beneath Scott Flinders.

Stags were soon level on 30 minutes.

With Mansfield well forward following a free-kick, Perch laid it to the left of the area for Quinn to deliver low into the box, and Harbottle was first to connect inside a crowded area as he poked home from 12 yards.

Wallace was shown a yellow card on 32 minutes for a foul on McAteer before Armani Little curled over a 25-yard free-kick two minutes later.

Man-mountain Kilgour made another fine block on 40 minutes to stop Davison's strike inside the box.

Back at the other end, Dons' goalkeeper Tzanev almost hit the self-destruct button on 40 minutes when a seemingly routine ball up field was instead struck into the back of Keillor-Dunn. With the goalkeeper stranded outside his box, Keillor-Dunn slipped it to Quinn on the left, who clipped a 25-yard effort off target.

Near the end of the half, Harbottle was booked for a foul on Ali Al Hamadi.

At the break, Stags' striker Danny Johnson took the place of his namesake Callum, with Lucas Akins moving to right wing-back.

Second-half chances were at a premium in the first 15 minutes of the second period, but the cards kept coming; with Wimbledon's Kasey McAteer booked for a challenge on Jordan Bowery.

As the game crept beyond the hour, Nigel Clough made a second change as midfielder Hiram Boateng entered the fray for Kieran Wallace.

On 65 minutes, Harbottle stood strong inside the Stags' box to prevent a certain goalbound effort.

Kalambayi darted down the left before pulling it back for McAteer, whose attempt was denied by the Forest loanee from 12 yards.

Then, Mansfield took the upper hand with their first meaningful charge at goal in the second half after 66 minutes.

Danny Johnson latched on to an excellent throughball by Boateng and despite not acquiring the cleanest connection from the edge of the box, his right-footed effort was enough for the ball to trickle into the bottom left-hand corner.

On 71 minutes, Jason Law replaced Stephen Quinn in the Stags' midfield.

Three minutes later, Dons' chief Jonnie Jackson made a treble change in a desperate bid to claw his men back into the match.

Stags, however, had other ideas and  wrapped up the contest on 76 minutes.

Dons' left-back Jack Currie made a hash of a routine-looking clearance, inadvertently diverting it to the advancing Davis Keillor-Dunn, who brought the ball onto his left foot before finishing superbly into the bottom corner from 14 yards.

Stags were now brimming with confidence and on 85 minutes Akins fired a pot shot over the angle as they sought another goal.

In a final change for Mansfield, Keillor-Dunn was given a standing ovation by the travelling fans when he left the field for forward James Gale on 87 minutes.

Wimbledon did little to trouble the Stags in the closing stages, as Mansfield professionally saw the game to its conclusion.

AFC WIMBLEDON: Tzanev, Gunter (Marsh 74), Woodward, Davison (Pearson 74), Chislett, Al-Hamadi, Pearce (Pierre 74), Little, McAteer (Janneh 65), Currie, Kalambayi

UNUSED SUBS: Broome, Nightingale,

STAGS: Flinders, C. Johnson (D. Johnson H/T), Harbottle, Kilgour, Perch, Bowery, Clarke, Wallace (Boateng 62), Quinn (Law 71), Keillor-Dunn (Gale 87), Akins

UNUSED SUBS: Collin, Anderson, Abdullah

REFEREE: Ollie Yates

ATTENDANCE: 7,939 (905 Stags' fans)

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