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AFC Wimbledon

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Another draw for Morecambe

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Morecambe's last five league games have now ended all square as Padraig Amond's equaliser earned a 1-1 draw against AFC Wimbledon.

Jim Bentley's side had to come from behind for the third game in a row after Wimbledon took the lead in the 12th minute through Jake Reeves.

George Francomb's corner found Adebayo Akinfenwa who showed composure and skill to tee up Reeves for a low drive into the corner from 12 yards out.

The game then became something of a midfield battle before the Shrimps began to assert...

Dons receive first Ade

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AFC Wimbledon picked up their first win of 2015 as substitute Ade Azeez's second-half strike settled a 2-1 victory over Accrington.

The Dons went close to taking the lead after just eight minutes as Dannie Bulman's fierce drive struck a post.

Accrington had their first chance on 20 minutes when Kal Naismith drifted in from the left and unleashed a rasping shot just over.

The deadlock was eventually broken after 38 minutes thanks to Sean Rigg, who buried a volley into an unguarded net after Matt Macey...

Cumbrians down Dons

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Carlisle ended a run of three defeats as David Amoo's injury-time goal made sure of a 3-1 victory at AFC Wimbledon.

The Dons made a perfect start with Adebayo Akinfenwa scoring his ninth goal of the season in the second minute, tapping in a Callum Kennedy cross.

But the visitors were level after 16 minutes as Kyle Dempsey's perfect free-kick found the head of Sean O'Hanlon who powerfully finished.

Akinfenwa's header then hit the crossbar before Brad Potts forced a good save from James Shea, which kept...

Spot-on Walton bags Boro the points

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Simon Walton scored the winning goal from the penalty spot as Stevenage stretched their unbeaten run to five games with a 2-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon at the Lamex Stadium.

Tom Pett had put the home side ahead just after the half-hour mark, only for Wimbledon to pull level shortly afterwards through George Francomb.

However the visitors, fresh from running Liverpool close in the FA Cup on Monday, could not hold on to a point as Walton made no mistake from 12 yards out after Deji Oshilaja had fouled...

Adebayo Akinfenwa's physical stature isn't all that sets him apart

Captain Fantastic (aka Steven Gerrard) scored a superb brace against minnows Wimbledon AFC to put the Reds through to the next round; this came only days after it was announced he would leave Liverpool for new climes at the end of the season.

AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa is not your typical footballer. But you know that just to look at him. The man is 16 stone and he can bench-press nearly double that. He looks like he was built from the raw materials of three typical footballers, and he is not a chap with whom you would wish to share a see-saw for fear of being fired through the stratosphere.

But for once it was not Akinfenwa's build that marked him out for attention this week, it was his post-match interview with LFCTV after...