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Bristol Rovers 1-0 MK Dons: Tom Davies strike proves decisive

Bristol R vs MK Dons
Sky Bet League One
3:00pm Saturday October

Memorial Stadium
(Att: 7864)

Tom Davies initial aim for Bristol Rovers helped up the West Country side as they saw MK Dons in the Memorial Stadium off.
The first half was a drab affair, even together with all the home side coming closest when Tom Nichols drove wide while Conor McGrandles saw his shot sail over the bar for the visitors after the ball was given to him Tyler Smith.
Without the clinical of injured top scorer Jonson Clarke-Harris, the guys of Graham Coughlan were lacking a cutting edge – but four minutes after the restart the deadlock broke.
Moments before, Dons keeper Lee Nicholls had denied by a yard out Davies, however, the 27-year-old remained upfield into acrobatically film the left-wing delivery of Luke Leahy beyond the prior Rovers stopper.
When Nicholls palmed off his rasping drive from 25 yards ed Upson could have put the petrol two objects ahead shortly.
MK Dons awakened the pressure on, but it was not sufficient to avoid a fifth consecutive League One overcome, while Bristol Rovers extended their unbeaten league run to six games.

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