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      • (13') M. Dean
      • (30') E. Hewitt
      • (51') D. Keillor-Dunn
      • (90') D. Keillor-Dunn
      • (92') J. Gale
      • (51') M. Dean
      • (89') A. Gilbey
      • (90') D. Harvie
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      • (27') W. Swan
      • (32') O. Clarke
      • (69') G. Williams
      • (84') H. Boateng
      • (88') A. Lewis

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          MK Dons vs Mansfield Town Preview, Tips & Stats

          Mansfield make the trip to Stadium MK to take on MK Dons this Saturday in League Two. Both sides sit comfortably in the Play-offs but will be looking to reel in the possibility of automatic promotion.

          MK Dons currently sit fourth in League Two after 43 games. The Dons have 22 wins, eight draws and 13 losses, leaving them on 74 points, five points from automatic promotion.

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

          Matthew Dennis opened the scoring for MK Dons in the fifth minute but Elliott Nevitt equalised for Crewe Alexandra before the 20 minute mark. Dennis scored again to regain the lead for The Dons just two minutes later and three minutes after that Stephen Wearne scored to secure the 3 - 1 win for MK Dons. However, the trip to Stockport was one to forget for MK Dons. Goals from Callum Camps, Paddy Madden, Isaac Olaofe, Connor Lemonheigh-Evans and Neill Byrne all scored in the 5 - 0 win for Stockport.

          MK Dons bounced back with their own 5 - 0 win against Walsall. Emre Tezgel opened the scoring in the 28th minute to give MK Dons the 1 - 0 lead at halftime. In the second half a brace from Max Dean and goals from Alex Gilbey and Joe Tomlinson secured the 5 - 0 win for MK Dons. The trip to Notts County was a six goal thriller. Dean gave MK Dons the lead but Sam Austin equalised for Notts County in the first half added time. Alassana Jatta gave Notts County the lead just minutes into the second half but Ellis Harrison equalised just after the hour mark. Another goal from Harrison gave MK Dons the lead with under ten minutes to go, but an added time goal from Aaron Nemane forced the 3 - 3 draw.

          The last time out for MK Dons was against Forest Green Rovers. Dean and Gilbey both scored to give MK Dons the 2 - 0 win over a Forest Green who failed to register a single shot on target.

          Mansfield Town sit just above MK Dons in third in League Two. In 42 games, Mansfield have 21 wins, 13 draws and eight losses which leaves them on 76 points, three points from automatic promotion.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Mansfield have two wins, one draw and two losses.

          The visit to Bradford saw Baily Cargill, Lucas Akins, Davis Keillor-Dunn and Will Swan give Mansfield the 4 - 0 lead at halftime. Andy Cook got Bradford on the scoresheet but a late goal from Aaron James Lewis secured the 5 - 1 win for Mansfield. However, the next time out saw a disappointing draw against Colchester for Mansfield. Harry Anderson gave Colchester the lead in the 13th minute but Lewis Brunt scored in the second half to rescue a 1 - 1 draw for Mansfield.

          A goal in each half from Paul Mullin gave Wrexham the 2 - 0 win over Mansfield - who had just one shot on target. Hiram Boateng scored late on for Mansfield, but it was too late after goals from Kellan Gordon, Nick Tsaroulla, Danilo Orsi and Klaidi Lolos gave Crawley the 4 - 1 win.

          The most recent outing for Mansfield was against Forest Green. Tom Nichols scored the only goal of the game in the 20th minute to give Mansfield the 1 - 0 win.

          MK Dons and Mansfield have met seven times in their histories, with the first meeting coming as recently as 2006. MK Dons have the better record in the fixture with four wins in comparison to Mansfield’s singular win. In fact, a draw is more common than a Mansfield win, happening on two occasions.

          MK Dons Team News

          Mike Williamson could be without Dennis this weekend.

          Mansfield Town Team News

          Nigel Clough also could be without just one player this weekend, that being Callum Johnson.