Continuing our pre-match web feature, we look at all the essential statistics ahead of Saturday’s away league encounter against AFC Wimbledon.
THE IRON AND AFC WIMBLEDON IN NUMBERS…
7 - The number of meetings between the two sides in competitive history
5 - The number of league meetings between the Iron and the Dons
2-1 - The Iron’s biggest triumph over AFC Wimbledon in August 2016
3-2 - AFC Wimbledon’s biggest win against Scunthorpe, coming in August 2013
14 - The number of goals scored between the two sides in the seven meetings, Scunthorpe have scored six of those
BOTH SIDES IN 2017-18 IN NUMBERS…
1.60 - The average number of points per game the Iron have collected away from home this season - compared with the 1.50 points per game they have collected at Glanford Park
1.26 - The average number of points per game AFC Wimbledon have collected at home, compared with the 1.08 on their travels this season
7 - The U’s have won seven of their 19 home games this season, losing nine
18 - The points gap between the two sides going into the fixture
4th - The Iron have the fourth best away record in the division with 32 points from their 20 games. Oxford have 24 points from their 19 home games (19th)
74% - The Dons have conceded at least one goal in 74% of their home matches
14 - Scunthorpe have conceded at least one goal in each of their last 14 games
5 - The Iron are undefeated in their last four away matches, but have drawn the last four
80% - The Iron have scored in 80% of their away matches
9 - The Iron have scored in each of their last nine away matches, but have conceded at least one in each of their last 11 away matches.
Saturday, November 12, 2011
FA Cup Round One
AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Iron
IRON: Slocombe, Nolan, Nelson, Canavan, A. Wright, Togwell, O’Connor, Duffy, Grant, Dagnall (Thompson, 82), Ajose.
Saturday, August 5, 2017
Sky Bet League One
Iron 1-1 AFC Wimbledon
IRON: Gilks, Clarke, Townsend, Wallace, Ojo, Madden (van Veen, 74), Morris (Holmes, 74), Bishop (Mantom, 50), Adelakun, Burgess, McArdle.