Salford and AFC Wimbledon played out a goalless League Two stalemate at the Peninsula Stadium on Saturday.

The visitors had 20 shots at the Salford goal, but could not make it count.

Armani Little was the main goal threat for either side in the first half. The Dons midfielder had several efforts, the first of which he hit just off target from 25 yards out.

Little tried his luck again from the edge of the box and fired just over on the half-volley before his next attempt went inches wide.

Josh Neufville had a good chance early in the second half, but Alex Cairns rushed out to close the angle down.

Both sides then came close to breaking the deadlock in a matter of minutes. Conor McAleny’s powerfully struck free-kick was saved by Alex Bass and – at the other end – the in-form Ali Al-Hamadi twice hit the side netting.

Al-Hamadi had the best chance of the game in stoppage time, but he dragged his shot wide of the post as Wimbledon were left frustrated.