Last Meeting: The last meeting between the two sides was here at the Memorial Stadium back in April. Tom Hitchcock scored the only goal of the game to give Rovers all three points. In total there has been just 4 games between the clubs with 3 Rovers victories and 1 to AFC.
Opposition view: Former Rovers midfielder Harry Pell, who now plays for the Dons, said: “We look strong though and we need to take the positives into Saturday.
"We battled for 90 minutes and hopefully we can keep that up, play a bit more football, and get three points on the board at Bristol. We will dust ourselves down and go there on the back of four games unbeaten. We will take that because it can only build confidence.”
Nick Higgs: "Despite our continued frustrations with this minority group who are refusing to respect the wishes of the majority, we are pleased that the High Court hearing will be heard here in Bristol in the New Year.
"We are confident that this will speed the process up, and we are still confident that we can proceed as planned. Although the delays are obviously costing the club money, we remain committed to providing the stadium that Bristol Rovers, and the wider community in the South West really deserve."
Bristol Rovers are also encouraging supporters to support the Hospice by having a clear out. With Christmas just around the corner, now is a great time to get rid of all your old or unwanted clothes, books, games and other knick knacks.
The club has a clothes collection bin in the car park at the Memorial Stadium, so would like all fans coming to the next couple of home games, to go through the wardrobe and bring a couple of bags of donations with them to the game.
Everybody who posts a picture of themselves donating a bag on twitter using the hashtag #RoversSupportStPeters will win two tickets to a Bristol Rovers home game in the New Year.