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                                                    Shrewsbury
                                                    Luke Rodgers (65 mins)
                                                    Mark Wright (72 mins)
                                                    2-2
                                                    Milton Keynes Dons
                                                    Angelo Balanta (45 mins)
                                                    Dean Bowditch ((90 + 2 mins) mins)

                                                    npower League 1 , Nov 20, 2012
                                                    Ground: Greenhous Meadow Stadium , Kickoff: 19:45 , Att 4,747

                                                    Team news

                                                    No problems for Shrews Shrewsbury have no new injury concerns as they look to register back-to-back victories when they host Milton Keynes Dons.

                                                    Midfielder Luke Summerfield returned from illness to score the winner over Crewe at the weekend and will retain his spot, while on-loan defender Julian Bennett will also be in Graham Turner's starting line-up.

                                                    New loan signing Luke Rodgers will spearhead the Shrews' attack, while fellow forward Tom Bradshaw is expected to be among the substitutes.

                                                    The victory over Crewe was Town's fourth win of the season, lifting them out of the relegation places in League One, and boss Turner hopes that his team can deliver a similar gutsy display against MK Dons.

                                                    Charlie MacDonald comes back into the reckoning for MK Dons.

                                                    MacDonald missed Friday night's 1-0 win over league leaders Tranmere through illness but the striker has now recovered.

                                                    Daniel Powell made his return from a hamstring injury at Prenton Park and after coming through the 30-minute substitute appearance unscathed, he will now hope to push for a place in the starting XI.

                                                    Forward Ryan Lowe, who spent almost five years with the Shrews between July 2000 and March 2005, is also hoping for a berth.

                                                    Gary MacKenzie is the only player unavailable to manager Karl Robinson. The centre-half remains a long-term absentee with a hip problem.

                                                    The Dons have won their last four league matches without conceding a goal.

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                                                    Last modified 22:28 20/11/12

                                                    Last-gasp Bowditch rescues Dons Dean Bowditch volleyed a stoppage-time equaliser to resuce a point for high-flying MK Dons from an exciting 2-2 draw at Shrewsbury.

                                                    The Dons were in danger of sliding to a surprise defeat when Bowditch took aim from the edge of the penalty area to smash a volley past goalkeeper Chris Weale.

                                                    It was cruel on Shrewsbury, who were seconds away from claiming a notable scalp to boost their fight against escaping the relegation zone.

                                                    Bowditch was earlier the provider as the Dons moved ahead on the stroke of half-time. He broke with pace down the right and crossed for Angelo Balanta to fire home from 12 yards into the bottom corner of the net. Shrewsbury produced a tremendous response in the second half to take the lead. Luke Rodgers, on loan from Portsmouth, grabbed the equaliser in the 64th minute after Marvin Morgan rounded goalkeeper David Martin before unselfishly setting up his strike partner.

                                                    Then winger Mark Wright completed the turnaround eight minutes later when he bent a fine shot in off the far post against one of his former clubs. But Dons kept going and Bowditch earned them some reward.

                                                    Team Line-ups

                                                    ShrewsburyRating
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Substitution Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Rating
                                                    1 Chris Weale
                                                    2 Jermaine Grandison
                                                    5 Darren Jones
                                                    28 Julian Bennett
                                                    3 Joe Jacobson
                                                    11 Jon Taylor
                                                    4 Luke Summerfield
                                                    8 Matthew Richards
                                                    7 Mark Wright Goal
                                                    10 Marvin Morgan
                                                    29 Luke Rodgers Goal
                                                    Substitutes
                                                    25 Joe Anyon
                                                    6 Robert Purdie
                                                    14 Asa Hall
                                                    16 Ryan Doble
                                                    18 Connor Goldson
                                                    20 Aaron Wildig
                                                    26 Jeremy Helan
                                                    Milton Keynes DonsRating
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Substitution Rating
                                                    1 David Martin
                                                    2 Jon Otsemobor
                                                    6 Shaun Williams
                                                    24 Antony Kay
                                                    3 Dean Lewington(sub 57)
                                                    7 Stephen Gleeson
                                                    8 Darren Potter
                                                    9 Dean Bowditch Goal
                                                    26 Luke Chadwick(sub 73)
                                                    29 Angelo Balanta(sub 57) Goal
                                                    11 Alan Smith
                                                    Substitutes
                                                    16 Ian McLoughlin
                                                    4 Mathias Doumbe
                                                    10 Charlie MacDonald(sub 73)
                                                    12 Adam Chicksen(sub 57)
                                                    14 Ryan Lowe
                                                    17 Daniel Powell(sub 57)
                                                    28 Ibra Sekajja

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