Morecambe missed out on the chance to go top of the League Two table after being held to a draw by Wimbledon.
Kevin Ellison gave the hosts an early lead when he fired a left-footed shot from the edge of the box into the top right-hand corner.
Wimbledon grabbed their equaliser when George Porter's cross was nodded home at the far post by Michael Smith.
Midfielder Harry Pell went close for the visitors late-on, but his right-footed effort flew wide.
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Morecambe manager Jim Bentley told BBC Radio Lancashire:
"You're not always going to have a thriller like Chesterfield. It was a poor game.
"We started quite brightly and scored a good goal, but a draw was a fair result.
"There weren't many chances for either side. They frustrated us and fair play to them for that. They got their tactics right."
AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley told BBC London 94.9:
"I think after a spell of a point from nine games, especially against some teams who were down there and struggling, you can't come in gung-ho against a team unbeaten in eight.
"We had to come up with a game plan and implement it and we did which was very pleasing.
"It was a good level of performance. We limited them to few chances and, after going a goal down, we fought back well and we could have even nicked one late on.
"We are not a top-four or possibly top-six side but we are going to be there or thereabouts. It's a big improvement on where we were last season."
Morecambe 01 Roche 08 Wright 03 Threlfall Booked 16 Drummond Booked 05 Hughes 22 Parrish 17 Fleming 10 Williams (Diagne - 74' ) 09 Sampson (Kenyon - 37' ) 27 Amond (Mwasile - 85' ) 11 Ellison Substitutes 04 Kenyon 06 Diagne 18 Bell 19 McGee 20 Mwasile 25 Arestidou AFC Wimbledon 01 Worner 02 Fuller (Kennedy - 38' ) 15 Fenlon Booked 04 Sweeney 06 Bennett 24 Weston 12 Pell Booked 08 Moore 09 Smith Booked 21 Porter 11 Moore (Sainte-Luce - 74' ) Substitutes 03 Kennedy 07 Francomb 10 Midson 16 Sainte-Luce 22 Brown 30 Beere 31 Fayers
Ref: Scott Duncan