John Coleman is hoping his side can right the wrongs of Accrington Stanley’s last trip to AFC Wimbledon.

Billy Kee turned and fired home Piero Mingoia’s cross in March but referee Trevor Kettle blew for half-time as the ball left Kee’s foot.

The goal didn’t stand and the Reds ended up with a point instead of the three they felt they should have had.

“Mistakes happen in football and we have suffered from a lot of decisions this season,” said Coleman.

“You can’t change it and there is nothing you can do about it. There was an incident at Northampton where the assistant didn’t raise his flag to send off Ryan Cresswell even though he shouted at the referee too.

“We played well at Northampton and lost but, had they been down to 10-men, you don’t know what could have happened.”

Coleman continued: “I firmly believe we are a top three team in this league and we have not done ourselves justice.

“I am still on a downer but I love football, I feed off it and I get adrenaline from it and have got a few more weeks of it now.

“I am still hurting but we have got a good chance to take away most of the pain. My personal pride wanted us to go straight up as I felt we should have finished second or third but if we can go up this way we can ease some of the pain.

“We have also got a marvellous opportunity to give our fans what they are starting to crave – League One football.”