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AFC Wimbledon   v   Coventry City
SkyBet League One
Sunday, 3rd May 2020 Kick-off 12:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Monday 4th May but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.


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Your AFC Wimbledon v Coventry City Match Reports

Andym added 22:56 - Mar 20

Good evening from a wet and windy Valencia. Well done on your victory this evening. I have read a quote from one of our fans that states it was a match between two good teams one who could score and one who could not. Looking at the stats on the BBC we had 54% of the possession, 13 shots to 7, 6 on target to 4, and eight corners to nil but lost on the most important stat of all 0 goals to 2. The rest of the results have gone for you too and with WHU and Reading still having to play each other I am confident that you will be looking to trips to the likes of Old Trafford, Anfield and the KC next season. Despite our defeat tonight I have not given up hope of playing you in the Premiership by which time we should have discovered how to score. Best wishes for the rest of the season.
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ArchersRoad added 17:33 - Mar 21

Yeh, that was the main difference between the sides. Hull had more chances but couldn't hit the target often enough and when they did SuperKelvin was up to the task. Jos had a great game and will probably get the Saints man of the match but for me Spiderman was the outstanding player. He and Jos read the game brilliantly. Hull were a tidy team and defended well - if they can find some scoring boots they've got an outside chance of making the play-offs. Their best player was the No.27, Josh King - I'd try to make his loan deal permanent if Man Utd are willing to sell! Anyhow, full credit to Saints who continued to press throughout the game - a positive performance against a good team. Oh yeh, Steve De Ridder looked class again when he came on, surely he should play more often? And Hammond should have come on much earlier in place of Puncheon, who had another awful game. But no complaints, on this form we could well have promotion wrapped up before Reading come to town! (if Carling ran a football league we'd clinch promotion and relegate Portsmouth all in one match!)
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