MK Dons boss Karl Robinson pointed to his side`s injury and suspension problems after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Brentford.
Lewis Grabban snatched a quickfire equaliser for the Bees after Keanu Marsh-Brown had fired MK Dons in front with a stunning effort.
Robinson said: "We've got two central defenders and a right-back out injured or suspended and a centre-half playing (Sean O'Hanlon) who's still not quite fit yet.
"We also lost Peter Leven who has probably been one of our shining lights this year.
"So it was an awful lot of changes that were forced upon us, but luckily enough we didn't get beat and we move on to the next one.
"I'm disappointed with the goal - I'm not going to comment on it because from where I was people looked all over the place. I couldn't pick on one or two players, it was four or five."