Wanderers’ best early chance fell to Richard Logan after 16 minutes. Kuffour did well to break forward from halfway and he played Logan in on goal with a perfectly-weighted pass, but the striker screwed his shot wide from 10 yards.
Wycombe were twice inches away from taking the lead in the 25thminute when an almighty goalmouth scramble led to Ainsworth and Doherty both having efforts cleared off the line.
Stacy Long’s powerful long-ranger forced Parish into tipping the ball over the bar before the Dons were awarded a penalty in the 34thminute after Danny Foster was adjudged to have handled Byron Harrison’s shot. It looked harsh as the full-back’s hands were down by his side, but the referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot.
Harrison stepped up and fired low to Parish’s left, but the keeper – on his home debut – produced a fine save low to his left. Parish was called into action again soon after, diverting Long’s strike around the post.
The visitors took the lead five minutes before the break when Wanderers failed to clear their lines and Sammy Moore crashed home a stunning long-range effort via the underside of the bar. It was a fine strike from the Dons’ skipper and they deserved the lead after enjoying the better of the first half.
Morgan fired over the bar five minutes after the restart following Logan’s neat flick-on and Ainsworth did likewise in the 55thminute from Spring’s out-swinging corner.
Substitute Huw Johnson had a strike deflected wide from a corner and that was as close as either side got in the second half as both teams struggled to create anything.
The closest the hosts came to equalising was in the 88th minute when George Framcomb lifted Olly Taylor’s knock down past his own keeper, but also just wide of the post.
Harrison was thwarted by Parish after being put through on goal in injury-time and Johnson put the rebound into the side-netting. Taylor then headed at Wimbledon keeper Seb Brown from close-range after Morgan’s dinked cross.
It was a second half to forget with Wanderers unable to enjoy enough possession or territory to threaten their opponents, who thoroughly deserved the victory.