Dons boss down to the bare bones

MK Dons boss Paul Ince has an alarming injury list ahead of the League One trip to Leeds United on Saturday and is struggling to fill a squad.

Last Updated: 23/04/10 at 13:25

Easter (right): Thigh injury

Easter (right): Thigh injury

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Outgoing manager Ince had just seven fit outfield players in training on Thursday.

Striker Aaron Wilbraham scored twice during last weekend's 3-2 defeat at home to Wycombe but aggravated a calf problem and will be given a fitness test on Friday along with Jermaine Easter, who missed that defeat with a thigh injury and is also a doubt.

Winger Luke Chadwick has gone for an X-ray on the foot he injured against Wycombe and could miss out while defender Danny Woodards pulled his hamstring in the same game and is definitely sidelined.

Midfielder Mark Carrington lasted just 10 minutes of a dismal afternoon for the club before coming off with a back injury and is out while veteran defender Darren Powell pulled his groin in the warm-up.

Lewis Gobern could return from a hamstring injury and Peter Leven is back from suspension but Stephen Gleeson (knee) and Sean O'Hanlon (enforced break) are absent.

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