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AFC Wimbledon dealt a blow to Wycombe Wanderers’ automatic promotion hopes on Saturday.

The Dons and the Chairboys played out a goalless draw at Kingsmeadow as Aaron Pierre saw red late on for a second bookable offence.

A point is a good result for Wimbledon against League Two’s away-day specialists but it leaves Wanderers just two points above Bury in the race for a top-three finish.

Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth said: "What a great point this is.

“We wanted three, of course we do for our promotion push, but we're still in third place. Bury have still got to catch us and Southend have still got to catch us.

"I think there will be more twists in this season yet. There's some big games to come.”

Dons manager Neal Ardley was unhappy his team were denied a penalty by referee Trevor Kettle.

He added: “The referee said he couldn't tell it was a penalty and when he looks at it he'll realise it's one of the worst decisions he will ever make.

"I was worried about the energy levels today and whether we could see the week out, the boys have seen it out and they deserved to win."