In this most remarkable of seasons, Leicester City have competition when it comes to biggest football fairytale.

Burton Albion's rise from the Southern League to rub shoulders with Aston Villa and probably Newcastle in next season's Championship barely seems to have got the coverage it deserves.

And a week on from Leicester's celebrations running deep into Saturday evening another story will be unfolding when AFC Wimbledon face Accrington Stanley at the Cherry Red Records stadium.

There will not be many readers of these pages who are not fully aware of the Dons' story - suffice to say they are potentially 270 minutes from having wiped out a six-division gap to their Milton Keynes nemesis.

But it is Accy manager John Coleman who has been upping the rhetoric in the past few weeks, claiming promotion would be a greater achievement than Leicester's.

Like the Dons, a reformed Stanley came from the bottom of the pyramid and for many years were most famous for a milk advert starring Ian Rush for the line: “Accrington Stanley, who are they? Exactly.”

Even since arriving in the Football League a decade ago they have generally gone under the radar, one previous apart having been more used to contesting relegation battles than threatening to go up another level.

Stanley also lay claim to the smallest playing budget in League Two, but if they are to achieve their dreams they are going to have to do it the hard way after a goalless stalemate with Stevenage, coupled with Bristol Rovers’ 92nd minute winner, knocked them out of the automatic promotion places.

The Dons potentially go into the semi-final with more momentum, Neal Ardley’s men having taken the last play-off spot with a brilliant end to the season.

But whatever happens it sets up a David Goliath final. Neither the reincarnated Dons or Accy have been to Wembley before and will be up against either Plymouth or Portsmouth - both of whom are used to a much higher level.

Is it too much in this season of fairytales to think there might be room for one more?