BY RICHARD CAWLEY
AFC Wimbledon striker James Hanson is backing Aaron Ramsdale to bounce straight back from his mistake in last weekend’s 4-2 defeat to Gillingham.
The on-loan Bournemouth stopper saw Graham Burke’s long-range strike squirm under his body and over the line to give the Kent side a 2-1 lead on the stroke of half time.
But Ramsdale had kept four clean sheet prior to shipping four on Saturday.
And Hanson, who scored a late consolation against the Gills, is confident the goalkeeper will be back to his best for this weekend’s vital match at Scunthorpe United.
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