Bristol Rovers continued their unbeaten home record with a victory against MK Dons, with the Gas climbing into fourth place in League One.
A first goal for Tom Davies was enough to separate the two sides at the Memorial Stadium after he expertly flicked a low cross back across goal and into the top right corner.
The win came even without record goal scorer Johnson Clarke-Harris in the starting lineup, who was ruled out through injury.
“It was tough, at times it was a grind,” said Rovers manager Graham Coughlan.
He added: “I’ve got a lot of tired bodies in the dressing room but they are jovial, they are in good form and fine confidence and fine fettle.”
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