Wycombe Wanderers welcomed AFC Wimbledon to Adams Park on Saturday 2nd April 2016.
In only the twelfth minute of the game AFC Wimbledon took the lead thanks to a goal from Lyle Taylor from eight yards.
In the first half Wimbledon had two more attempts on goal courtesy of Darius Charles in the twenty fifth and twenty seventh minutes however both shots were too high. At half time Wimbledon were still leading by a single goal.
Wycombe drew level in the fifty-eighth minute when Michael Harriman, from outside the box, placed a right footed shot in to the bottom left corner of the Wimbledon net.
All Wycombe needed to do was hold the Dons to the draw to get some desperately needed points however a foul by Aaron Pierre in the Wycombe penalty area gave Lyle Taylor the chance to take a penalty which, in the sixty fourth minute, he duly placed in to the bottom left corner of the Wycombe net.
In the eighty-eighth minute Stephen McGinn had an opportunity to level for Wycombe but despite his shot being close the ball missed the Wimbledon goal to the left.
The scoreline remained in the favour of Wimbledon who deserved the win and duly left with the points leaving Wycombe still in the League Two play off positions at seventh place in the table with sixty one points from forty games.
During the match Wycombe only managed four attempts on the Wimbledon goal of which only two were on target. Wimbledon may have made eleven assaults on the Wycombe goal but only three were on target. Wimbledon achieved a figure of 53% possession.
The match saw thirty one fouls, eighteen by Wimbledon players and eleven by Wycombe.
The attendance at Adams Park was 4,560.