Shots and Chairboys draw blanks

Aldershot survived being a man short to battle to a 0-0 draw against Wycombe - but the Shots finished bottom of the table.

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Anthony Tonkin: Sent off

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In the 29th minute Anthony Tonkin was shown a second yellow card for a lunge on Gareth Ainsworth, having already been booked for a foul on Bruno Andrade.

A superb first-half double save from Jordan Archer, twice denying Peter Vincenti, was the closest either side came to scoring in an end-to-end encounter.

The hosts came into the game on a three-match unbeaten run and pressed early on, Kieron Cadogan looking threatening down the right. Aldershot should have gone ahead after 15 minutes through Vincenti before Danny Hylton blocked team-mate Craig Reid's shot on the line.

Jamie Young pulled off a one-handed save to deny Ainsworth from distance before Wycombe skipper Dave Winfield fired over from six yards after Andrade's right-wing cross.

With Wycombe pressing late on Dennis Oli nodded just wide from Josh Scowen's free-kick before Young pushed Matthew Spring's free-kick wide to earn his side a point.

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