Date: 29th September 2015 at 9:40pm
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Doncaster Rovers were denied a first win under caretaker-manager Rob Jones, conceding an injury time equaliser.

Doncaster had done the hard work in the second half after coming from behind to lead thanks to goals from Keshi Anderson and Andy Williams.

Swindon went ahead early in the second half when Nicky Ajose got in behind the Doncaster defence and he lobbed the ball over Thorsten Stuckmann.

The Swindon striker could have doubled the lead soon afterwards when he was put through on goal but this time Stuckmann denied him.

The visitors had another good chance when the ball found Louis Thompson but he fired wide when he should have done better and they were made to pay for the miss soon afterwards.

Anderson cut in from the left before firing past Belford. The goal lifted Doncaster and Dany N`Guessan, and Andy Butler both went close before they went ahead from the spot. James Coppinger was fouled in the penalty area and Williams stepped up to score his first league goal for the club.

Jon Obika equalised for the visitors in injury time as he rose to head home from a corner and deny Doncaster the three points.

Teams

Doncaster Rovers
Stuckmann, Jones (Taylor-Sinclair 36), Coppinger, Butler, Evina, Wellens, Middleton (N’Guessan 56), Horsfield, Chaplow, Anderson (Forrester 87), Williams

Subs not used
Marosi, Gobern, Keegan, Stewart

Swindon Town
Belford, Branco, Williams, Turnbull, Brophy, Kasim, Traore, L. Thompson, Robert (Obika 71), Ajose, Ojamaa

Subs not used
Johns, Ormonde-Ottewill, Balmy, Barry, Rodgers, Hylton

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