Shrewsbury played Wimbledon at the League One of England on September 25. The match kicked off 14:00 UTC. Shrewsbury won 2-1.
Adedapo Mebude scored the first goal on the 32nd minute of the game followed by goals from Luke Leahy and Daniel Udoh, who made the final score 2-1.
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Shrewsbury (also known as Shrewbsury Town or Shrewsbury Town) and Wimbledon (commonly referred to as AFC Wimbledon or K.Appiah 90') are football clubs from England and they are playing this match of League One on Saturday. Make sure to follow it live here on ScoreBat.
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Shrewsbury kicked off the game with Marko Marosi, Aaron Pierre, Landell Ethan Ebanks, Matthew Pennington, Luke Leahy, Josh Vela who got substituted by George Nurse on the 65th minute, David Davis, Elliott Bennett who got substituted by Joshua Daniels on the 90th minute, Shaun Whalley, Sam Cosgrove who got substituted by Daniel Udoh on the 64th minute and Ryan Bowman as starters, with Tom Bloxham, Harry Burgoyne, Joshua Daniels, Thakgalo Khanya Leshabela, George Nurse, Nathaniel Ogbeta and Daniel Udoh on the bench.
Wimbledon's starting eleven were Nik Tzanev, Nesta Guinness-Walker who got substituted by Henry Lawrence on the 68th minute, Will Nightingale, Ben Heneghan, Cheye Alexander, Anthony Hartigan who got substituted by George Marsh on the 69th minute, Alex Woodyard, Adedapo Mebude who got substituted by Jack Rudoni on the 70th minute, Luke McCormick, Ayoub Assal and Aaron Pressley, with Ethan Chislett, Daniel Csoka, Henry Lawrence, George Marsh, Paul Osew, Zaki Oualah and Jack Rudoni on the bench.
Referee showed the yellow card twice throughout the game. Elliott Bennett and Ayoub Assal were the ones to receive it.
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Shrewsbury and Wimbledon have met 5 times since March 2019. Shrewsbury have won once, 4 matches ended in a draw. The most recent match between them took place on March 2, 2021 at the League One of England which ended in a draw - 1-1. Shrewsbury have scored 3 goals in these 5 head-to-head matches in total while Wimbledon have scored 2. So, overall, Shrewsbury have a better head-to-head record against Wimbledon in their recent history.
Shrewsbury have won 2 of their 9 matches in League One, drawing 2 and having 5 defeats this season. They have scored 6 goals - 0.67 per match, conceding 12 - 1.33 per match. Wimbledon have won 3 of their 9 matches in League One, drawing 3 and having 3 defeats this season. They have scored 16 goals - 1.78 per match, conceding 15 - 1.67 per match.
Shrewsbury are on a drawing streak - they have played a draw with Sheffield Wednesday and Crewe in their previous 2 matches while Wimbledon are on a losing streak - they have lost to Arsenal and Plymouth in their previous 2 matches. Overall, Shrewsbury have won 6 of their last 19 matches, losing 10 and drawing 3, while Wimbledon have won 8 of their last 20 matches, losing 8 and drawing 4. In their most recent 6 matches Shrewsbury have won once (2-1 against Gillingham on 28th of August), lost 3 times (1-0 against Accrington Stanley on 4th of September, 0-1 against Crewe on 31st of August and 0-2 against Rochdale on 24th of August) and drew twice (1-1 against Sheffield Wednesday on 18th of September and 1-1 against Crewe on 11th of September). In their most recent 6 matches Wimbledon have won 3 times (3-4 against Morecambe on 11th of September, 5-3 against Portsmouth on 7th of September and 3-1 against Oxford United on 4th of September), lost twice (3-0 against Arsenal on 22nd of September and 0-1 against Plymouth on 18th of September) and drew once (2-2 against Ipswich Town on 28th of August).
As always, England League One's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Shrewsbury are 20th in the table with 8 points after 9 matches, while Wimbledon are 8th with 12 points in 9 matches.
We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Shrewsbury and Wimbledon in real time. You can watch the goals by Adedapo Mebude, Luke Leahy and Daniel Udoh as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Shrewsbury - Wimbledon are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.