Date: 7th April 2008 at 5:55pm
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Peterborough looked on course to extend the lead at the top of the League Two table when leading 2-1 against play-off chasing Wycombe but an injury time penalty deprived them of a all 3 points.

Stefan Oakes put the hosts ahead early in the first half but George Boyd levelled for Posh and then the visitors were ahead through Liam Hatch. Victory looked nailed on for Posh but a foul by Boyd on Scott McGleish gave him the chance to level in injury-time and he duly dispatched the spot kick.

Peterborough are now 1 point above MK Dons, although the Dons do have two games in hand so will fancy their chances or piping Darren Ferguson’s men to the League Two Title, but who will win the League?

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