AFC Wimbledon are looking to win back-to-back games for the first time this season whereas the visitors, Hull City, are hoping to win their first game in three this weekend.
The two teams are having opposite seasons will Hull towards the top of the table, fighting for promotion, and Wimbledon who are fighting for League One safety.
Most recently, the Dons hosted Gillingham at Plough Lane which saw a 89th minute goal win the game for Wimbledon to take them out of the relegation zone.
In latter stages of the clash, Jack Rudoni did brilliantly to put the ball onto his left foot to show a bit of magic to win the game for Wimbledon. Jack Bonham attempted to get his hands on the ball, but they weren't strong enough to keep the effort out.
On Tuesday, Hull lost to Ipswich Town 1-0 as James Norwood scored on the half-volley, from an outstanding delivery from Myles Kenlock, to score the one and only goal between the two top-half teams.
Callum Reilly and Zach Robinson are likely to miss out with both players nursing hamstring injuries.
Shayon Harrison will also be unable to play due to an ankle injury sustained last weekend.
The Tigers have no fresh injury concerns from their last game against Doncaster in which Grant McCann used the same side that beat Wigan Athletic 5-0.
Walker; Johnson, Heneghan, Nightingale, Guinness-Walker; Woodyard, Dobson; Rudoni, Chislett, Longman; Pigott.
Ingram; Coyle, Burke, Greaves; Elder; Honeyman, Jones, Docherty; Wilks, Magennis, Lewis-Potter.
Ones to watch
Joe Pigott is undoubtedly the one to watch for Wimbledon. The striker has been in fine form this season, with 13 goals in the league and four assists.
Despite not scoring since his brace against Wigan at the start of the month, Pigott will look in be in and around the goals this weekend as he takes on a team up the other end of the table.
One of City's key players this season, scoring three goals and 10 assists this season and has been named man of the match six times so far. With great playmaking ability, George Honeyman provides Hull with precise passing alongside his troubling set-pieces.
Hull City 1-0 AFC Wimbledon (20/11/2020)
Where to watch
UK residents will be able to watch the game available on iFollow and kicks off at 15:00 GMT on Saturday 27th March.