24 Bryn Morris
45' 11 Ronan Curtis
33 Ben Close 59'
60' 22 Omar Bogle
26 Gareth Evans
74' 8 Brett Pitman
35 Alex Bass
15 Ross Sykes
11 Sean Mcconville 46'
66' 17 Erico Sousa
38 Paul Smyth
34 Tony Warner
20 Reagan Ogle
VENUE: Fratton Park
|74'||Substitution, Portsmouth. Brett Pitman replaces Gareth Evans.|
|66'||Substitution, Accrington Stanley. Érico Sousa replaces Jordan Clark.|
|60'||Substitution, Portsmouth. Omar Bogle replaces Oliver Hawkins.|
|13||Milton Keynes Dons||46||+2||65|
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