Turnaround at Kingsmeadow - Dons late salvo puts a smile on Ardley's face

Midson and Alexander leave it late but AFC Wimbledon steal three vital points

Leveller: Jack Midson draws AFC Wimbledon level against Bradford City SP73094

Celebrations: Jack Midson and Gary Alexander share the moment after the equaliser - but there was more joy to come SP73094

Going away: Toby Ajala's time with AFC Wimbledon is fast approaching its end as the loanee is due back at Bristol City SP73094

Clear: Alan Bennett clears the danger for the Dons SP73094

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AFC Wimbledon came back from a goal behind to steal three vital League Two points off Wembley-bound Bradford City.

Garry had fired the Bantams ahead on the hour mark to leave Neal Ardley's team staring down the barrel of a sixth league game without a win.

However, Jack Midson came off the bench to head the Dons level with just seven minutes to go, before Gary Alexander struck in injury time to give Ardley a vital 2-1 win.

AFC Wimbledon could lift themselves off the foot of the table and out of the relegation zone tomorrow night (Tuesday) with a win over promotion-chasing Northampton Town.

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