Oxford United v AFC Wimbledon, 09 October 2016

Score3-1 to AFC Wimbledon
RefereeDarren Deadman
CompetitionLeague One
VenueKassam Stadium
Attendance7,742
Kick-off: 12.15pm

Goals:

Darius Charles own goal 49 OG

Goals:

Tom Elliott 20 G
Darius Charles 42 G
Andy Barcham 45 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Simon Eastwood
Defender Chey Dunkley
Defender Charlie Raglan
Defender/Midfielder Phil Edwards
Defender/Left back Joe Skarz
Midfielder John Lundstram
Midfielder Liam Sercombe
Midfielder/Forward Alex MacDonald
Midfielder/Forward Chris Maguire
Forward Kane Hemmings
Forward Wes Thomas

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper James Shea
Defender/Centre back Paul Robinson
Defender/Forward Darius Charles
Defender/Midfielder Barry Fuller
Defender/Midfielder Jonathan Meades
Midfielder Dannie Bulman
Midfielder Dean Parrett
Midfielder Jake Reeves
Midfielder/Forward Andy Barcham
Forward Tom Elliott
Forward Lyle Taylor

Substitutions:

Dan Crowley for Wes Thomas 64
Marvin Johnson for Liam Sercombe 76
Joe Rothwell for Joe Skarz 76

Substitutions:

Tyrone Barnett for Tom Elliott 67
Alfie Egan for Dean Parrett 80
Dominic Poleon for Lyle Taylor 84

Cards:

Chey Dunkley 70 Y
Marvin Johnson 81 Y

Cards:

Tom Elliott 10 Y
Lyle Taylor 13 Y
James Shea 59 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Wayne Brown
Defender Curtis Nelson
Midfielder Dan Crowley
Midfielder Joe Rothwell
Midfielder Josh Ruffels
Midfielder/Forward Marvin Johnson
Forward Ryan Taylor

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Joe McDonnell
Defender George Francomb
Defender Will Nightingale
Defender/Centre back Chris Robertson
Midfielder Alfie Egan
Forward Tyrone Barnett
Forward Dominic Poleon

Comments:

League position: 13th

Comments:

League position: 10th With this win, 14 years after their formation, AFC Wimbledon moved above Milton Keynes Dons in the league pyramid for the first time in their history.