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AFC Wimbledon

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PortsmouthPortsmouth
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Mansfield TownMansfield Town
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1
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Exeter CityExeter City
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2
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York CityYork City
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1
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Southend United Southend United
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Hartlepool UnitedHartlepool United
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Cambridge UnitedCambridge United
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0
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Luton TownLuton Town
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2
FT
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Shrewsbury TownShrewsbury Town
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0
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Burton AlbionBurton Albion
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Newport CountyNewport County
2
0
FT
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MorecambeMorecambe
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1
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Accrington StanleyAccrington Stanley
2
1
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Carlisle UnitedCarlisle United
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3
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StevenageStevenage
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1
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Dons down Pompey

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PortsmouthPortsmouth
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Ben Chorley's own goal was enough for AFC Wimbledon to record a 1-0 win at Kingsmeadow and leapfrog Portsmouth in the League Two table.

Defender Chorley's wild swing from a Craig Tanner cross in the sixth minute turned out to be the decisive moment of the match. Pompey probed, but failed to really threaten the home side's goal.

Both teams were only separated by goal difference before kick-off and that showed in a tight first half despite Wimbledon's early lead.

Alfie Potter slipped a perfect ball through...

Bingham bags points for Stags

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1
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A thrilling second half saw Rakish Bingham steal three precious points to move Mansfield nearer safety with a late winner in a 2-1 home victory over AFC Wimbledon.

Having thrown away a lead given to them by Lee Beevers after 6 minutes, when Ryan Tafazolli needlessly conceded a 69th-minute penalty, Bingham's goal was just what the doctor ordered for the struggling Stags.

Callum Elder burst down the left and put in a low cross that the Dons failed to clear and substitute Bingham reacted quicker than...

Home comforts for Grecians

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Exeter ended a run of five home games without a win as they kept alive their slim play-off hopes with a 3-2 win over 10-man AFC Wimbledon.

The Dons made a spectacular start to the game with veteran striker Adebayo Akinfenwa taking the ball down and crashing an unstoppable shot past Exeter goalkeeper James Hamon four minutes in.

But Dannie Bulman was shown a straight red card for a terrible tackle on young Exeter full-back Conor Riley-Lowe with 25 minutes on the clock.

Despite dominating, Exeter were...

Smith and groans for York

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York CityYork City
2
1
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York were left in the thick of the League Two relegation fight as Jack Smith's stunning last-gasp volley earned AFC Wimbledon a 2-1 win over the Minstermen.

The defender's heroics extended the hosts' unbeaten run to five matches and left the visitors just two points outside the drop zone.

Adedeji Oshilaja's first professional league goal had earlier been cancelled out Jake Hyde in the first half.

Against the run of play, the Dons took the lead when George Francomb's inviting corner was headed in by...

Dons escape with point

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Southend United Southend United
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AFC Wimbledon had their goalkeeper and the woodwork to thank for a 0-0 draw against promotion-chasing Southend.

Joe McDonnell, making his first start of the season, made a succession of fine saves while Southend's Barry Corr saw a second-half effort bounce off the line, despite being convinced it was in.

McDonnell, who was replacing the injured James Shea in goal, kept the scores level inside five minutes, making a low save to his right from Corr's shot.

The Dons began to find their feet and created...