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Mathias Doumbe comes on in place of Luke Chadwick.
Outswinging corner taken by Dean Bowditch. Zeli Ismail provided the assist for the goal. Will Antwi gets a block in. Zeli Ismail takes a shot. A goal is scored by Jon Otsemobor from inside the penalty area to the top right corner of the goal. Milton Keynes Dons 2-1 AFC Wimbledon.
Steven Gregory takes a shot. Save by David Martin. Pim Balkestein comes on in place of Jim Fenlon. Stacy Long takes a inswinging corner.
Foul by Charlie Strutton on Shaun Williams, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Antony Kay.
Unfair challenge on Stephen Gleeson by Jack Midson results in a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Shaun Williams.
A cross is delivered by Dean Lewington, clearance by Will Antwi.
Shaun Williams takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Stacy Long gets a block in.
Foul by Toby Ajala on Dean Lewington, free kick awarded. Toby Ajala is shown a yellow card. Free kick taken by Dean Lewington.
Foul by Curtis Osano on Stephen Gleeson, free kick awarded. Free kick crossed by Dean Bowditch, clearance by Yado Mambo.
The ball is swung over by Antony Kay, Yado Mambo makes a clearance.
The official flags Charlie Strutton offside. David Martin takes the free kick.
Huw Johnson replaces Luke Moore.
Ryan Lowe leaves the field to be replaced by Alan Smith.
Dean Bowditch delivers the ball, clearance by Jim Fenlon.
Zeli Ismail delivers the ball, Curtis Osano makes a clearance.
The ball is sent over by Zeli Ismail, Will Antwi manages to make a clearance.
Byron Harrison goes off and Charlie Strutton comes on.
Jack Midson challenges Stephen Gleeson unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Stephen Gleeson.
Zeli Ismail is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Neil Sullivan takes the indirect free kick.
Byron Harrison concedes a free kick for a foul on Antony Kay. Direct free kick taken by Antony Kay.
Zeli Ismail replaces Angelo Balanta.
A cross is delivered by Luke Chadwick, Will Antwi makes a clearance.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Toby Ajala on Stephen Gleeson. Shaun Williams takes the free kick.
A cross is delivered by Luke Chadwick.
Jack Midson finds the back of the net with a headed goal from deep inside the penalty area. Milton Keynes Dons 1-1 AFC Wimbledon.Assist on the goal came from Toby Ajala. The referee shows Jack Midson a yellow card.
Foul by Shaun Williams on Byron Harrison, free kick awarded. Stacy Long takes the direct free kick.
Dean Bowditch delivers the ball, save by Neil Sullivan.
Dean Bowditch produces a volleyed right-footed shot from deep inside the penalty box which goes wide of the left-hand upright.
Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Dean Bowditch.
Angelo Balanta takes a shot. Blocked by Curtis Osano. Corner taken right-footed by Dean Bowditch, Jack Midson manages to make a clearance. The ball is sent over by Shaun Williams, clearance by Byron Harrison.
A cross is delivered by Curtis Osano, save made by David Martin.
Shot from long distance by Stephen Gleeson misses to the right of the goal.
Luke Moore concedes a free kick for a foul on Stephen Gleeson. Luke Moore receives a yellow card for unsporting behaviour. Shot comes in from Dean Lewington from the free kick, save made by Neil Sullivan. Corner taken by Dean Bowditch from the right by-line.
Luke Moore gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Dean Bowditch. Stephen Gleeson takes the free kick.
Byron Harrison is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Free kick taken by David Martin.
A fantastic goal is scored by Stephen Gleeson from 35 yards. Milton Keynes Dons 1-0 AFC Wimbledon.Assist on the goal came from Shaun Williams.
Centre by Dean Lewington, Neil Sullivan makes a save.
Jack Midson gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Dean Lewington. Free kick crossed by Dean Bowditch.
The ball is delivered by Jon Otsemobor, clearance made by Will Antwi.
Unfair challenge on Jim Fenlon by Luke Chadwick results in a free kick. Neil Sullivan takes the free kick.
Handball by Byron Harrison. Direct free kick taken by Darren Potter.
Dean Bowditch takes the inswinging corner, clearance by Will Antwi. Shot by Luke Chadwick from outside the box goes high over the target.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Will Antwi on Shaun Williams. David Martin takes the direct free kick.
Centre by Jack Midson, clearance made by Dean Lewington. Short corner taken by Luke Moore.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jim Fenlon by Dean Bowditch. Neil Sullivan takes the free kick.
Dean Lewington crosses the ball, Jim Fenlon manages to make a clearance.
The ball is sent over by Dean Lewington, Will Antwi manages to make a clearance.
Angelo Balanta produces a right-footed shot from just outside the box that misses to the right of the net.
Jim Fenlon concedes a free kick for a foul on Dean Bowditch. Jon Otsemobor takes the direct free kick.
Unfair challenge on Toby Ajala by Dean Bowditch results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Neil Sullivan.
Unfair challenge on Dean Lewington by Jack Midson results in a free kick. Shaun Williams restarts play with the free kick.
Stephen Gleeson concedes a free kick for a foul on Toby Ajala. Free kick taken by Yado Mambo.
Inswinging corner taken by Stacy Long from the left by-line, clearance by Antony Kay. Shot by Steven Gregory. Shaun Williams gets a block in.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Jack Midson on Darren Potter. The ball is delivered by Darren Potter, Jon Otsemobor takes a shot. Save by Neil Sullivan. Shaun Williams challenges Byron Harrison unfairly and gives away a free kick. Stacy Long delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from right channel, David Martin makes a comfortable save.
Dean Bowditch delivers the ball, clearance made by Jim Fenlon.
Dean Lewington produces a cross, Will Antwi makes a clearance.
Unfair challenge on Dean Lewington by Toby Ajala results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Dean Lewington.
A cross is delivered by Luke Chadwick, clearance made by Curtis Osano. Shot from just outside the box by Dean Lewington goes over the target.
Samuelson criticises MK cup motives
AFC Wimbledon chief executive Erik Samuelson believes MK Dons are using Sunday's FA Cup tie between the two clubs as a publicity stunt to try to justify the "hijacking" of Wimbledon FC to Milton Keynes.
In 2003 Wimbledon FC, FA Cup winners in 1988, were uprooted from south west London and moved over 50 miles north of the capital to the Buckinghamshire town. The club was renamed MK Dons the following year.
While there were financial reasons for the unprecedented move of an English club away from its home town, angry Wimbledon FC fans vowed to save the club's history and formed AFC Wimbledon from scratch in the Combined Counties League.
After five promotions in eight years, AFC Wimbledon, a club owned by a fans' trust, are now back in the Football League, just one division below npower League One promotion challengers MK Dons.
Ahead of the game at stadium:mk, Samuelson told the club's official website: "For our opponents, it is a wonderful opportunity to present themselves to the world as the wronged ones, a club which offers the hand of reconciliation and is wounded when rejected.
"It is an opportunity to issue statements of mild regret about `what happened', carefully crafted by PR specialists, and a re-imagining of history that leaves me almost incredulous at its cheek, until you think of the audacity of presenting the hijacking of another club 60 miles up the M1 as having saved it.
"But this opportunity for them is a problem for us. We are in danger of undermining a lot of the goodwill that exists towards us in the football world.
"If we are not careful, we may be presented as whining, unforgiving, dog-in-the-manger activists who can't move on and we mustn't go there.
"We should use this as an opportunity to remind everyone just what a brilliant thing we've done over the past 10 years. And if, while doing so, we slip into the conversation just what happened to force us to undertake this journey, then we'll do that.
"But we need to make the coverage about us and what we've done, and how well we've done it, not about them and what they did to us."
MK Dons manager Karl Robinson is far more upbeat about the tie and admits that he and his players have enjoyed all the extra attention in the build-up to what he calls a "unique occasion" in English football.
"When the draw was first made and there was a possibility we could play each other, if we both won our respective replays, I did a little dance around my living room! I think it's a game that needed to happen.
"We're used to criticism and there are an awful lot of people who have wanted to knock us. But a lot of water has passed under the bridge between now and then.
"We're looking forward to what is the most unique game in English football. For us, as League One players and as a League One manager, we don't get this very often.
"Everyone is talking about it. I heard someone say it it the biggest second-round tie in the competition's history, and perhaps it is.
"There are people loving it and hating it but it's here so you've got to choose what camp you are in. And I'm in the one that's excited about it."
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