Dons waiting on Bowditch news

MK Dons are still waiting to determine the extent of the hamstring injury Dean Bowditch suffered against Coventry.

Last Updated: 09/04/14 at 15:06

Dean Bowditch: To discover extent of injury

Dean Bowditch: To discover extent of injury

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Bowditch had to be substituted after only 12 minutes of the Dons' 2-1 victory over the Sky Blues at Sixfields on Saturday after pulling up as he looked to set his side on the attack.

The forward will undergo a scan on Wednesday as manager Karl Robinson's injury problems begin to mount.

Bowditch is now a major doubt for the Dons' Sky Bet League One game against Crawley at the weekend, as is midfielder Stephen Gleeson after sustaining an ankle injury in training.

Meanwhile, Lee Hodson (hip), Darren Potter (Achilles) and Ben Reeves (ankle) are progressing well with their recoveries but will not feature again this season.

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