Cheltenham Town 1 – Milton Keynes Dons 1: Home advantage cancelled out by visitors

Cheltenham Town were held to 1-1 draw by Milton Keynes Dons down on Saturday at Jonny-Rocks Stadium. Cheltenham Town were looking for a victory after a 1-1 draw against Burton Albion. Milton Keynes Dons, on the other hand, were looking to extend their winning run after a 2-0 victory against Accrington Stanley. As things stand, Cheltenham Town are in 16th place, with 6 points from 6 matches, while Milton Keynes Dons sit in 8th, with 9 points from 6.

Cheltenham Town started strongly in the first half, with Kyle Joseph giving Cheltenham Town the lead at the 14 minute mark, finalising the first half 1-0.

Milton Keynes Dons took the lead in the second half, thanks to Hiram Boateng finding the net just before the final whistle. The game ended 1-1.

Both managers used all available substitutions. For Cheltenham Town, Taylor Perry, Conor Thomas and Andy Williams, came on for Alfie May, Ellis Chapman and Kyle Joseph, Milton Keynes Dons brought on Hiram Boateng, Josh Martin and Tennai Watson, to replace Josh McEachran, Charlie Brown and Peter Kioso.

There were bookings for Matty Blair, Chris Hussey and Lewis Freestone from Cheltenham Town. For Milton Keynes Dons, Harry Darling and Hiram Boateng saw yellow.

Cheltenham Town will next play Charlton Athletic away, with Milton Keynes Dons facing Portsmouth FC at home.

Technical card:
Cheltenham Town: Kyle Joseph (Andy Williams, min.77), Matty Blair, Chris Hussey, Alfie May (Taylor Perry, min.56), Ellis Chapman (Conor Thomas, min.69) and Lewis Freestone
Milton Keynes Dons: Josh McEachran (Hiram Boateng, min.57), Charlie Brown (Josh Martin, min.57), Harry Darling and Peter Kioso (Tennai Watson, min.81)
Stadium: Jonny-Rocks Stadium
Goals: Kyle Joseph (1-0, min. 14) and Hiram Boateng (1-1, min. 87)