Moore out to spoil Gills party

Luke Moore is confident AFC Wimbledon can spoil Gillingham's title party and boost their own survival hopes at the weekend.

Last Updated: 17/04/13 at 18:01

Luke Moore: Up for challenge

Luke Moore: Up for challenge

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Hosts Gillingham need a point to secure the League Two crown in front of their own fans, but the Dons are desperate for the points at the other end of the table.

Striker Moore, who scored twice in the 2-2 draw with Exeter last Saturday, told the club website: "It will be a great game to play in because Gillingham are going for the title and we are looking for the points ourselves.

"We will go there with confidence after Saturday.

"I thought our crowd were brilliant on Saturday and they really kept us going all the time.

"They never turned their backs on us and they haven't all season, even though there have been times this season when they could have done because we have not been playing well. They have always stuck by us and we need two more big pushes together."

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