Mike Holden is siding with the hosts, who he thinks should be favourites for this clash.
AFC Wimbledon v Sheffield United - Saturday 15:00
Sheffield United line up against two former rejects at Kingsmeadow and an inspired forward line of Lyle Taylor and Dominic Poleon might just be enough to give Wimbledon the edge in what is likely to be a pretty cagey David v Goliath encounter. Take the 9/5 about the home win and supplement it with the Wimbledon 1-0 correct score at 8/1.
Poleon and Taylor never crossed paths at Bramall Lane - the latter was signed by David Weir in the summer of 2013 after the former had failed to impress on loan for Danny Wilson - but they're both making their mark for Neal Ardley and the Dons chief will be relishing the opportunity to land a scalp of this size against a manager he knows well from League Two in Chris Wilder.
Last weekend, Wimbledon were rather fortunate to claim maximum points against Chesterfield - now managed by former Blades Wilson and Chris Morgan - but in the main their performances have been solid for a newly-promoted side. Now the monkey of that first victory is off their backs, this might be the moment when is all comes together.
The market seems to be preoccupied with reputation. United have been relatively poor under Wilder so far, creating very little going forward and relying on their star quality to come up trumps feeding on scraps. The visitors have a shot ratio of just 42 per cent. Wimbledon, on 50 per cent, should be favourites.