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Cambridge and their boss Mark Bonner will be fairly pleased with their start to the League One campaign since achieving promotion to the third tier last season.
The U’s find themselves in 18th place, three points above the relegation places, in what has been a solid return from their opening 11 fixtures during their return to this level for the first time since 2002.
After breaking numerous club records during their outstanding achievement in the 2020-21 season, Cambridge carried their momentum into the new campaign by losing just two of their opening seven league fixtures.
Impressive victories over promotion-chasing Portsmouth, Burton Albion and Bolton Wanderers already means that Bonner’s side will fancy their chances at home to another side expected to fight it out at the top, when they face Sheffield Wednesday in midweek.
However, a recent slight drop in form will need to be put right soon, after drawing three and losing one of their last four matches.
That form could have been made worse were it not for a thrilling comeback last time out, when United fought back from 2-0 down at home to Ipswich Town on Saturday.
After being dominated for large parts of the first half, James Brophy nicked a goal back just before half time, before Joe Ironside was the hero with the late equaliser in a much-improved second-half performance.
Meanwhile, the visitors were on the wrong end of a two-goal comeback on Saturday, as mentioned above.
Wednesday appeared to be well on their way to a comfortable victory at AFC Wimbledon when Lee Gregory converted his second of the game from the penalty spot on the hour mark to give the away side a 2-0 lead.
However, despite dominating their opponents and missing a number of chances to extend their lead further, the Owls were pegged back by goals in the 67th and 85th minute, in a disappointing case of two dropped points.
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Victory would have taken Wednesday into the playoff places, although they do still find themselves in seventh place heading into Tuesday’s match, and level on points with MK Dons in sixth.
An immediate return to the Championship is the aim for Darren Moore‘s side, who will be looking to put together a consistent run of form in the weeks ahead in order to lift his side into the automatic promotion places, after an up and down start to their campaign.