NEAL Ardley hopes AFC Wimbledon’s unbeaten streak will give them the momentum they need for Saturday’s trip to Cheltenham.

Harry Pell struck to earn the Dons a point at home to basement boys Plymouth Argyle in midweek but it was not enough to stop Ardley’s side slipping into the drop zone.

Despite the setback of edging back towards the trapdoor, the result saw Wimbledon avoid defeat for the fourth successive game in League Two.

They face a team at the other end of the table this Saturday at Whaddon Road but Ardley has warned the Robins his side are full of confidence ahead of the clash.

He said: There’s no easy games in this league and Cheltenham are fighting to stay in the play-offs. It’s going to be tough away from home but we’ve got a bit of momentum and we’re happy with the spirit and the positivity.
“We’ve got to focus and get hold of five wins – if we get a few draws that might become four – and we just keep ploughing towards that. These boys are giving everything at the moment and I don’t think any of us can ask for more than that.”

Wimbledon earned a dramatic London Senior Cup win at Barking on Wednesday night.

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