Following their 2-1 League One victory over Morecambe, Plymouth Argyle will be hoping for a similar outcome. Sam Cosgrove (84′) and Niall Ennis (69′) scored for Plymouth Argyle. For Morecambe, Anthony O’Connor scored with a 91’er. It has been an uncommon event as of late that Plymouth Argyle has kept a spotless sheet.
In point of fact, Plymouth Argyle has conceded eight goals in five of their previous six games. However, that pattern might not continue in this game. AFC Wimbledon’s League Two match against Swindon Town ended in a 0-0 draw.
In recent times, matches between AFC Wimbledon and other teams have generally resulted in a lack of goals. A trivial gross goal return of 6 has been achieved between them and their opponent over their last six matches, at an average of 1 goal per match.
We expect AFC Wimbledon to score one against this Plymouth Argyle lineup, but it won’t be nearly as many as they have scored against them. We figure that it will be an exceptionally close game with a 2-1 benefit for Plymouth Argyle when the ref blows the last whistle. anticipating a lot of competition.
Plymouth Argyle has won four of their previous head-to-head matches, while AFC Wimbledon has only won one, as evidenced by their record of draws at one. During those matches, the two teams combined to score 16 goals, with 10 coming from The Pilgrims and 6 from The Dons. This gives us an average of 2.67 goals scored per game.
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