OXFORD United Women reached the main draw of the League Cup with a 2-1 win at AFC Wimbledon.

The Determining Round tie was goalless heading into the final ten minutes, before goals from Riva Casley and Carly Johns put the U’s through.

Ashlee Hinks halved the deficit deep into stoppage-time, but United held on for their second away win in two weeks.

Liam Gilbert made four changes to the side that started the previous weekend’s 5-0 thrashing of Plymouth Argyle, with Casley and goalkeeper Paris Sercombe among those to come in.

The stopper saved well from Hinks in the first half, before tipping Megan Stow’s effort onto the crossbar.

United dominated possession without breaking the deadlock and Gilbert chopped and changed after the break.

Prolific forward Beth Lumsden, Megan Alexander, Gemma Sims and Molly Childerhouse all entered the fray, but it was Casley who finally opened the scoring with nine minutes left.

Captain Lauren Haynes volleyed a cross to the back post and the defender did the rest.

The U’s sealed victory in similar manner two minutes into stoppage-time, Sophie Baker picking out Johns to head home her third goal in two games.

Hinks scored three minutes later, but there was no time for Wimbledon to grab an equaliser.