AFC Wimbledon 4 - 3 York City
By adam_leone | Tuesday, November 13, 2012, 11:43
AFC Wimbledon have beaten York city last night to set up a potential, bitter match against MK Dons, should they beat Cambridge tonight.
After a rematch and extra time, the Dons came out on top 4, 3.
York led the way 20 minutes into the game, when the Seb Brown scored an own goal into the Dons net.
The tide soon turned against the visitors when York's Scott Kerr was sent off, followed by a goal from Charlie Strutton.
With a quarter of an hour left in the game, Charlie Strutton scored another goal, putting the Dons in the lead.
York sub, Jamie Reed equalised forcing extra time.
AFC's Jack Midson and Byron Harrison put an extra two goals ahead, with Reed scoring again in the finale.
If MK Dons beat Cambridge, it'll spark a grudge match since Wimbledon FC was relocated to Milton Keynes in 2002.