Six coaches are fully booked for a visit to Bradford. Even though there has been some demand for a seventh, the club has said that six is our limit due to a lack of volunteers to steward the buses. The club are expecting upwards of 1,600 fans to travel to Valley Parade in what will be the highest away turnout since Charlton in 2016.
Wally has declared everybody fit for this Saturday. Scott Wagstaff is the only absentee, as he was ruled out for the rest of the season after the Luton match. Otherwise, everyone is fit, with Rod McDonald recovering from a knock to be in training this week.
Joe Pigott has been nominated for the League One player of the month award for April. Joe is up against Jim McNulty, Alex Mowatt, and Stu’s favourite player Lyle Taylor. Talking of Joe, it has also been made apparent that his 15 goals have equated to 19 points for Wimbledon this season. This is two more points than any other player in the division.
Tom Elliott is expected to leave Millwall this summer. He is one of a handful of names being mooted for an exodus of players from The Den, as has been reported by the Evening Standard and tweeted by Ray Armfield.
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ON THIS DAY – 1998. Our final home game of the season ended in a bizarre 6-2 defeat to Tottenham. Peter Fear scored twice to put us 2-1 up after half an hour, but with Ben Thatcher sent-off early into the second-half, we were unable to match a relegation-threatened Spurs side. Jurgen Klinsmann scored four as the North Londoners finished strongly, going above us in the Premier League table.