Robin­son not giv­ing up on the play-offs

MK DONS ..........0 CRAW­LEY ..........0

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE ONE - By Jon Boyle

Daniel Pow­ell to some­how blaze over the cross­bar from four yards.

Billy Clarke twice went close for Craw­ley fol­low­ing swift counter-at­tacks, first when he lashed a half-vol­ley just over the cross­bar and then when he drilled a low shot nar­rowly wide of the far post.

Craw­ley started the sec­ond half brightly and Nicky Adams fired a de­flected an­gled drive just wide be­fore Clarke had a low long-range shot well-held by keeper Ian McLough­lin.

The Dons re­gained con­trol but the luck­less Lowe dragged an­other good chance wide and then had a third goal dis­al­lowed for off­side, while Shaun Wil­liams and Bowditch went close at the death.

Craw­ley man­ager Barker had lit­tle sym­pa­thy for his old pal Lowe, whom he man­aged at Bury.

Barker said:“I thought Lowey cre­ated too many prob­lems for our cen­tre­backs in the first half – I ended up sell­ing him but he’s very clever at what he does.

“Three goals dis­al­lowed for off­side is pretty good go­ing though - no doubt he’ll ring me and moan about it later!

“It’s a good point for us. To come here and keep a clean sheet and take away a point with some key play­ers miss­ing is ex­cel­lent.”

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