Date: 11th August 2013 at 4:00pm
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10th August 2013

AFC Wimbledon and Wycombe met at Kingsmeadow on Saturday afternoon with the sides looking to maintain unbeaten starts to the league two season.

Wimbledon had drawn their opener, whereas Wycombe had won their – it was the Dons that maintained the unbeaten record though with a narrow win over 10-man Wanderers.

The defining moment of the game, other than the obvious goal, was the sending off of Lewis on 34-minutes.

Referee Ward felt his foul on Porter was worthy of a red and sent him for an early bath…

Luke Moore (37) headed home shortly after the sending off to give Wimbledon a half time lead, a lead that was probably warranted at that point.

Pittman forced a good save from Worner to ensure that was the case mind!

Arthur’s chip, deep into stoppage time, was the closest that either side came in the second half. Ingram was beaten in the Wycombe goal but the bar prevented a match clinching goal, however the first half strike was enough to give the hosts a 1-0 win.

The official website will be the place to visit for a full report – click here.

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