DIVISION ONE ROUND-UP
By Alex Livie
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Joel McAnuff somehow found acres of space at the far post to stab the ball home and send the handful of Wimbledon fans home happy.
Wigan thought they had done enough to take the points when Geoff Horsfield scored early on, but Blades substitute Jack Lester (pictured) climbed off the bench to smash home with five minutes remaining to rescue a point for the visitors.
Sunderland completed an evening where none of the top four won, as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Rotherham.
The game of the evening was undoubtedly at Selhurst Park, as the match swung both ways before Ipswich beat Crystal Palace 4-3.
Palace raced into a two-goal lead thanks to efforts from Andrew Johnson and Dougie Freedman. Town, though, roared back and a brace from Richard Naylor had them level at the break.
Pablo Counago put the visitors in front ten minutes from time, but Freedman levelled from the penalty spot. However, the game had a sting in the tail as Shefki Kuqi netted the winner for Town.
Crewe produced the goods for Dario Gradi once again, running out 2-1 winners over Preston. Kenny Lunt netted the opener on 10 minutes and they moved into cruise control when Steve Foster headed home from a corner on the half hour.
Preston's hopes of mounting a fightback were effectively extinguished when Ricardo Fuller was shown a red card before the interval.
The Lilywhites made the final moments interesting when Dickson Etuhu netted in injury time, but it proved nothing more than a consolation.
Norwich fought back from a goal down to beat Derby 2-1. Iwan Roberts and Phil Mulryne netted in the last ten minutes to cancel out Ian Taylor's penalty.
Watford and Coventry shared the spoils at Vicarage Road, with Steve Staunton's last minute goal for the visitors cancelling out Scott Fitzgerald's effort on 83 minutes.
Vinny Samways' clever free kick on four minutes consigned Reading to a 1-0 home defeat at the hands of Walsall.