Date: 18th August 2007 at 6:09pm
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Paul Ince returned to the Moss and was fortunate to take a point with a late, late equaliser.

Francis Green hit two either side of Gritton`s debut struke to put the Silkmen 3-1 up but the Blues couldn`t hold on and conceded an equaliser in the 94th minute.

The visitors took the lead thanks to Andrews whos shot somehow snuck past Tommy Lee. But Franny Green levelled before half time as he chipped Gueret from the edge of the area. Gueret managed to get a touch but could only lift the ball which dropped into the net.

The second half saw Gritton finishing well after MK failed to clear their lines, before a brilliant curling strike from Green made it 3-1.

Knight made it 3-2 from close range and Green was unlucky not to take the ball home as he finished a nice move with a looping shot that crashed into the crossbar and appeared from some angles to have bounced over the line before being cleared.

MK Dons switched to long ball tactics and they paid off in the 94th minute when a long throw into the box allowed Cameron hit home to give the Franchise a point. They also left with Danny Swailes.

Thanks for helping keep us up Paul, but get lost and stop stealing our players now, eh?