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Wycombe denied by late equaliser

Wycombe looked on course to surprise League Two leaders Milton Keynes Dons, and in doing so strengthen their play-off case, as they were leading going into injury-time. Hearts were broken when MK Dons hit back to earn a 2-2 draw.

Scott McGleish (37) gave the away side the lead but the Dons eventually hit back through Aaron Wilbraham (72). Instantly Wycombe were ahead again when McGleish (73) volleyed home from 30-yards. Wycombe looked good for all 3 points until Sean O'Hanlon headed home an injury-time corner.

Wycombe remain 2 points ahead of Chesterfield in the battle for the final League Two play-off spot, but victory would have almost cemented this place. Wycombe do however have a game in hand over their rivals.

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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 14 2008

Time: 10:44AM

Your Comments

you got there in the end though
codbater
Delighted Stockport got the equaliser, and I hope you are on the end of another 6-0 at Edgeley Park. Come on Stockport, best fans by a mile in this division and the reason I want them to suceed.
Dean1
Yep and they got the result today too
codbater
You never looked like a team that was likely to get promoted all season!
dazza71
 

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