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Wimbledon vs MK Dons Preview, Tips & Stats

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      • (94') R. Curtis
        • (28') A. Little
        • (36') J. Kelly
        • (77') Omar Bugiel
        • (85') J. Reeves
        • (92') J. O'Toole
        • (95') R. Curtis
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        • (4') M. Kelly
        • (29') S. Wearne
        • (55') D. Harvie
        • (56') K. Lofthouse
        • (65') A. Gilbey
        • (87') C. Norman

            Wimbledon vs MK Dons Preview, Tips & Stats

            MK Dons make the trip to the Cherry Red Records Stadium to take on Wimbledon in the early kick-off this Saturday in League Two. Wimbledon look to get back into the top half of the league whereas MK Dons are in the battle for Play-off football.

            Wimbledon currently sit 13th in League Two after 34 games. Wimbledon have 12 wins, 11 draws and 11 losses, leaving them on 47 points, just one point from the top half of the table.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Wimbledon have one win, one draw and three losses.

            Wimbledon took an early lead against Barrow, with Ronan Curtis and Omar Bugiel both scoring to grab a 2 - 0 lead at halftime. Barrow could only manage three shots on target and following the late red card to Barrow’s Jamie Proctor, Wimbledon secured the 2 - 0 win. After a goalless first half, Jack Nolan opened the scoring for Accrington Stanley and Benjamin Woods doubled their lead as Wimbledon slumped to a 2 - 0 loss.

            Bugiel was on the scoresheet again for Wimbledon, just five minutes into the second half. Despite restricting Morecambe to just one shot on target, Chris Stokes converted it to force a 1 - 1 draw. Wimbledon managed six shots on target against Crawley Town, but failed to convert any of them as Danilo Orsi scored the only goal of the game in the 78th minute to give Crawley the 1 - 0 win.

            The last time out for Crawley was against Doncaster. Hakeeb Adelakun’s early goal in the third minute was the only goal of the game as Wimbledon only had one shot on target in the 1 - 0 loss.

            MK Dons, on the other hand, currently sit fifth in League Two. In 34 games, MK Dons have 17 wins, seven draws and ten losses which leaves them on 58 points, five points within the Play-offs.

            In their last five games in all competitions, MK Dons have three wins, one draw and one loss.

            Accrington Stanley took an early lead against MK Dons, with Jack Nolan converting their only shot on target in the 11th minute to give Accrington the 1 - 0 lead at halftime. However, in the second half, Jack Payne and Joe Tomlinson both scored to give MK Dons the 2 - 1 win. The next time out was a trip to Bradford to forget for MK Dons. Matthew Platt, Calum Kavanaugh, Andy Cook and Clarke Oduor all discord in the 4 - 0 win for Bradford despite MK Dons having 72% of the possession.

            MK Dons bounced back against Swindon Town. Stephen Wearne scored twice before the ten minute mark, and even with a late Charlie Austin goal, MK Dons secured the 2 - 1 win. James McClean opened the scoring for Wrexham but Dan Kemp equalised for MK Dons just four minutes later. MK Dons were down to ten men early in the second half as Dean Lewington was sent off. However, William Boyle was also sent off for Wrexham in the second half as the game finished in a 1 - 1 draw.

            The most recent outing for MK Dons was against Newport County. Kemp, Payne and Alex Gilbey all scored in the first half to give MK Dons the 3 - 0 win.

            Wimbledon and MK Dons have met 14 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming as recently as 2012. MK Dons have the better record in the fixture with nine wins in comparison to Wimbledon’s two wins, the other three games ending in a draw.

            Wimbledon Team News

            Johnnie Jackson could be without the likes of Kofi Balmer and Ryan Johnson this weekend.

            MK Dons Team News

            Mike Williamson will be without Jack Turner and Max Dean this weekend, along with Lewington who is still suspended.