Matchday Recap: Town second best as Cornell penalty save keeps things level in Wimbledon draw

Ipswich keeper David Cornell saves a Joe Pigott penalty.

Ipswich keeper David Cornell saves a Joe Pigott penalty. - Credit: Steve Waller-www.stephenwaller.c

Ipswich Town drew 0-0 with AFC Wimbledon this afternoon.

Tuesday night's 3-0 loss at Northampton saw Town's goal drought pass the nine-hour mark and was another nail in the coffin of already drifting hopes of making the League One play-offs.

As things stand the Blues are five points behind Charlton in sixth, with four games remaining. The Addicks have a game in hand, meaning Town's task is almost impossible.

Ipswich lost 3-0 away at AFC Wimbledon 10 days ago, prompting manager Paul Cook's 'Demolition Man' comments a few days later in which he made it plainly clear he will be dispensing with the services of the majority of this Ipswich squad in the summer.

It remains to be seen what side he fields this afternoon.

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