Canaries and Dons in stalemate

New signings Michael Turner and Robert Snodgrass made their first starts as Norwich were held to a 0-0 draw at MK Dons on Friday night.

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Simeon Jackson's cross was almost turned in by home defender Mathias Doumbe in the 19th minute before Snodgrass, stepping up to the starting XI after a substitute appearance against Ajax on Tuesday, took centre stage.

The former Leeds man set up Steve Morison for a shot which was saved by David Martin and then tested the keeper with a direct effort after cutting in from the wing.

Martin denied Morison again before half-time and made an excellent save as debutant Turner demonstrated his threat from set-pieces, before the home side finally showed as an attacking threat.

Declan Rudd had to field Stephen Gleeson's long-range effort and then kept out Daniel Powell, with Luke Chadwick unable to convert the follow-up.

Morison saw a late blast tipped over as the game finished goalless.

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