Date:Sunday March 8 2009
After weeks of looming, Swindon Town are now in the relegation zone after the home draw with MK Dons.
The 7,453 crowd witnessed a Town performance that should have resulted in 3 points to Swindon but (again) it wasn't to be.
Swindon had the earliest chances when a looping through ball found Cox who passed to Robson-Kanu, a good tackle resulted in a Town corner - the corner resulted in Kevin Amankwaah wasting a golden opportunity
15 minutes in Anthony McNamee squandered a decent chance before Billy Paynter gave Swindon a deserved lead with a 18th minute header.
Robson-Kanu went close before Roberto Di Matteo's men equalised through Aaron Wilbraham with a tap in.
On 35 minutes Simon Cox hit the bar from only 6 yards out - he couldn't believe it, the players probably couldn't believe it and the fans certainly couldn't believe it!
The second half had Town searching for a winner but it never came. Dean Lewington was sent-off for Dons late in the game but it was too late.
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Date:Sunday March 8 2009
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