Since they confirmed their safety, Doncaster have hit poor form, perhaps the fact that they have nothing to play for has made them complacent as they look forward to the new season.
Wimbledon on the other hand still have a battle on their hands. They are close to securing safety, so they need at least a draw from this game so they can relax their nerves ahead of next weekend. They drew 1-1 against the division’s likely champions the last time out and that should give them confidence ahead of this game.
This game does not have the making of a goal fest if for anything it is set to go down as a low scoring affair as both sides do not play the most attacking football. The hosts are struggling for goals at the moment, while the visitors have built their season around a defensive tactic and they need just a single point to confirm their safety.
Wimbledon’s draw against Wigan in their last match day means a draw would keep them in the division and they should get that here as they have mastered the art of defending well against the big teams.
The last game which Wimbledon won by 2-0 was the first time these teams have met before.