Accrington Stanley vs AFC Wimbledon - No new injury worries for Accrington

Posted Wednesday, May 18, 2016 by PA

Accrington boss John Coleman has no new injury worries as his side look to overturn a 1-0 deficit in their Sky Beat League Two play-off semi-final against AFC Wimbledon.

Coleman's side finished 10 points and three places ahead of Wimbledon in the table but are now up against it to reach the play-off final on May 30.

He could shuffle his pack after calling for a greater attacking threat than he saw in the loss in south west London on Saturday.

Both Terry Gornell and Shay McCartan will be pushing for recalls but Matt Crooks (ankle) remains sidelined.

Neal Ardley's Dons may hold a narrow lead but the manager has a number of decisions to make as they look to secure a trip to Wembley.

Tom Beere scored the dramatic winner at the Cherry Red Records Stadium but had come off the bench late on to great effect and now Ardley must decide whether to start with the 21-year-old.

Likewise, Ardley has a tough call to make on experienced striker Adebayo Akinfenwa, who also proved to be a difference maker when coming on for Tom Elliott.

There are no fresh injury concerns with George Francomb (knee) still missing, although Connor Smith could feature after returning to training following a neck injury.

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