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Mark Bonner hoping Cambridge United can end a winless run against AFC Wimbledon

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Cambridge United boss Mark Bonner is boosted by the availability of Wes Hoolahan and Paul Digby for the home clash with AFC Wimbledon at the Abbey Stadium.

Cambridge boss Mark Bonner
Cambridge boss Mark Bonner

Digby is available again after suspension as Bonner’s side look to end a run of seven games without a win.

“Wimbledon have a real spirit about them,” said Bonner. “They are similar to ourselves in that respect, they’ve got a good work ethic and a real resilience. They have scored a lot of late goals and they have got some real threats in the team that we will need to be aware of.

“They will be pleased with their start of the season, similar to us in that respect.

“But when we are good we can compete and get on top of games.”

But a run of seven games without a victory has put more emphasis on Saturday’s clash but Bonner insists he is not fussed by records.

He said: “ We have to try and turn some of the draws into victories. But we are in a strong position. If we can add a couple of wins, it will start to look like an excellent record and excellent start.

“We want to win every game as much as we can and the next win to come as soon as possible but we are not stressed about runs and records. We are quite pleased with where we are so far.”

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