BROWN TARGETS THREE MORE POINTS
Terry Brown believes one win is all it will take to secure his AFC Wimbledon side's League Two status for next season.
The Dons fell to their fourth defeat in five games on Friday as they went down 2-1 at home to Rotherham, leaving them 17th in the table and 11 points clear of danger.
"We have got to get three points from the last five games, it is that simple," said boss Brown after the reverse at Kingsmeadow. "And I thought we were our own worst enemy against Rotherham.
"We always concede first it seems and it really makes the job difficult. I was pleased with the way the team responded because I laid into them a bit at half-time and it seemed to have worked really well.
"We didn't even have a midfield in that first half and they got a real telling off at half-time. We don't seem to get much luck at the moment.
"I thought there would be only one winner after we equalised but it wasn't to be. We were pushing forward and unfortunately their man came on and scored the winner."
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