AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Oxford United
AFC Wimbledon reached their highest ever Football League points total following a goalless draw with Oxford United.
A point against the U's takes the Dons to 55 points, surpassing their previous best haul of 54, but the match was overshadowed by a shocking injury to Deji Oshilaja.
The on-loan Cardiff City defender went up for an aerial challenge and landed heavily on his head and neck before being stretchered off two minutes into the second period.
James Shea was the surprise name on the team sheet as the Wimbledon goalkeeper made his return from a fractured ankle ahead of schedule while Ryan Sweeney made his first start at the back.
Sammy Moore was missing from the midfield due to family bereavement.
Danny Hylton, who had a brief loan spell with the Dons last season, made his return to Kingsmeadow with the U's and fashioned the games first chance with a hopeful drive.
At the other end, George Francomb swung in a free-kick from the right but Bayo Akinfenwa couldn't direct his free header on target and it bounced harmlessly wide.
Shea showed an early sign of rustiness as he rose to collect a high ball and misjudged his position, clattering painfully into the post but hanging on to keep the visitors at bay.
United keeper Jamie Ashdown kept it level on the half-hour with a magnificent save to deny Sean Rigg a goal against his old club after the winger let rip with a vicious volley from a tight angle.
Akinfenwa should perhaps have done better with another couple of headers and Kemar Roofe was unlucky to see an effort flash past Shea's post as the teams went in level at the interval.
Dons were forced into a change just after the restart as Oshilaja was stretched off with what looked like a serious injury as he went head-first into the turf and was replaced by Jake Goodman.
Goodman, back in the squad after a broken toe, was almost immediately shown a yellow card after a clash with Hylton as he missed the ball but connected with the striker.
And it almost got worse for the on-loan Millwall man as his costly slip allowed Andy Whing a free run on goal, however the centre-back showed why he isn't deployed up top with a rushed effort.
Neal Ardley swapped an ineffectual Craig Tanner for the pacy Ade Azeez for the final 10 minutes or so as Wimbledon looked to turn one point into three.
Rigg had the ball in the net as he bundled in Francomb's free-kick, only to be denied by the linesman's flag and the wideman before he then had his looping header pushed away by Ashdown.
The fourth official indicated 11 minutes of added time following that injury to Oshilaja and both sides sensed this one was there for the taking in stoppage-time.
However, neither side could grab a winner and the points were shared. Ardley wants his boys to reach 60 points before the season's out and they'll need to find their cutting edge to meet that target.
AFC Wimbledon: Shea, Fuller, Smith, Bulman, Oshilaja (Goodman, 58), Sweeney, Francomb (Beere, 90), Reeves, Tanner (Azeez, 84), Akinfenwa, Rigg.
Subs (not used): Worner, Harrison, Potter, Gallagher.