Sheffield Wednesday won a see-saw encounter with Wimbledon to keep alive their hopes of avoiding relegation to Division Two.
Wednesday looked to be coasting when Lloyd Owusu made the scoreline 2-0 after 48 minutes.
But Wimbledon restored parity before the home side grabbed three valuable points with
two late goals.
The Owls began the match positively, Alan
Quinn forcing a good save from Kelvin Davis with a curling 25-yard free kick.
Wednesday continued to press forward and Darren
Holloway, Peter Hawkins and Neil Shipperley all made timely clearances.
Wimbledon absorbed Wednesday's pressure and almost hit the opposition on the break, David Connolly forcing Kevin Pressman into action.
Wednesday's pressure finally told five minutes before the half-time when Michael
Reddy collected Lee Bradbury's pass and drilled the ball home.
Shortly after half-time Owusu seized on an error by Wimbledon keeper Kelvin Davis to bundle the
ball home for Wednesday's second.
But Wimbledon bounced back, Nigel Reo-Coker
slipping the ball through to David Connolly, who slotted home for his 20th
goal of the season.
Patrick Agyemang scored Wimbledon's equaliser from short range a minute later.
But Wednesday were not to be denied.
Owusu, after having one header saved, became Wednesday's hero in the 72nd minute when he met Reddy's cross from the right and headed home for his second
goal of the game.
Wednesday restored their two-goal advantage 15 minutes from time when Owusu
headed down into the path of Bradbury, who steered the ball home.
Sheffield Wednesday: Pressman, Westwood, Smith, Maddix, Barry-Murphy,
Reddy, McLaren, Richard Evans, Quinn, Bradbury, Owusu. Subs:
Stringer, Bromby, Kuqi, Haslam, Holt.
Wimbledon: Davis, Gier, Andersen, Holloway, Hawkins, Chorley,
Tapp, Reo-Coker, Agyemang, Shipperley, Connolly. Subs: Gore,
Nowland, Gray, Herzig, Lewington.
Referee: M Cooper (West Midlands)