Rochdale will be looking to edge closer towards a playoff spot and win back-to-back away games as they take on AFC Wimbledon at The Cherry Red Records Stadium.
A win for Dale could see them move into 7th and replace Millwall, providing Millwall fall to defeat tonight in there tough game away at top of the table Sheffield United.
AFC Wimbledon on the other hand, who are currently 13th in the table, will be looking to finish the season strong in mid-table and comfortably away from the drop zone.
The Dons have won just 1 of their last 5 games, scoring just 3 goals in the process, with their last outing a 2-0 defeat at home to Southend United
Rochdale on the other hand have managed to score 13 in their last 5, picking up 8 points, however they haven’t had a clean sheet since February 11th against Fleetwood Town.
Dannie Bulman could return for AFC Wimbledon after missing their last match due to his wife giving birth, whilst Chris Whelpdale groin injury means he is still a doubt ahead of this game.
Matthew Lund, back from international duty with Northern Ireland, could be back in contention for Dale, whilst Ruben Noble-Lazarus is sidelined with an ankle injury.