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MK Dons vs Salford City Preview, Tips & Stats

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      • (27') K. Lofthouse
      • (31') A. Gilbey
      • (52') M. Smith (OG)
      • (12') M. Smith
      • (74') E. Harrison
      • (74') L. Bate
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      • (54') M. Smith
      • (71') C. McAleny
      • (74') T. Vassell
      • (82') M. Lund

          MK Dons vs Salford City Preview, Tips & Stats

          Salford City make the trip to Stadium MK to take on MK Dons this Saturday in League Two. The Dons look to retain their spot in the Play-offs whereas Salford need a win to put some more space between them and the relegation zone.

          MK Dons currently sit fifth in League Two after 36 games. The Dons have 18 wins, seven draws and 11 losses, leaving them on 61 points, equal with Crewe Alexandra and two points from third-place Wrexham.

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

          An early brace from Stephen Wearne gave MK Dons the 2 - 0 lead just ten minutes into the game. Charlie Austin did get Swindon on the scoresheet in the 89th minute, but MK Dons held on for the 2 - 1 win. A fiery affair saw both MK Dons and Wrexham pick up a red card. James McClean opened the scoring for Wrexham but Dan Kemp equalised for MK Dons before halftime. Both Dean Lewington and William Boyle were sent off in the second half as the game finished a 1 - 1 draw.

          MK Dons were back to winning ways against Newport County. Kemp, Jack Payne and Alex Gilbey all scored in the first half to give MK Dons the 3 - 0 win. However, the next time out saw MK Dons slump to a shock loss. Ronan Curtis scored the only goal of the game in the 94th minute to give Wimbledon the 1 - 0 win over MK Dons.

          The last time out for MK Dons was against top of the table Mansfield Town. Stephen Quinn opened the scoring for Mansfield but goals from Gilbey and Matthew Dennis gave MK Dons the 2 - 1 win.

          Salford, on the other hand, currently sit 19th in League Two. In 36 games, Salford have ten wins, ten draws and 16 losses which leaves them on 40 points, eight points above the relegation zone.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Salford have one win, two draws and two losses.

          An own goal from Curtis Tilt gave Doncaster the early lead, but an own goal from Richard Wood levelled the game for Salford just two minutes later. Hakeeb Adelakun regained the lead for Doncaster but a late Luke Garbutt goal grabbed a 2 - 2 draw for Salford. It was an eight goal thriller for Salford against Barrow. Cole Stockton grabbed a brace for Barrow and was joined on the scoresheet by Tyrell Warren but braces from Callum Hendry and Matt Smith along with a goal from Conor McAleny gave Salford the 5 - 3 win.

          Junior Luamba did grab a goal for Salford but it ended up as a consolation goal as Will Swan, Baily Cargill, KD Davis, Lucas Akins and Hiram Boateng all scored for Mansfield to give them the 5 - 1 win over ten-man Salford, Theo Vassell sent off for Salford in the second half. Smith scored again for Salford but a goal from Bradley Ihionvien in the second half grabbed a 1 - 1 draw for Colchester.

          The most recent outing for Salford was against Gillingham. Shadrach Ogie and Timothee Dieng both scored in the 2 - 0 win for Gillingham.

          MK Dons and Salford have only met once, earlier this season in November. This was a 4 - 2 win for MK Dons, with goals from Max Dean and Ellis Harrison along with a brace from Joe Tomlinson making Kelly N’Mai and Ryan Watson’s goals obsolete.

          MK Dons Team News

          Mike Williamson will be missing the likes of Filip Marschall, Jack Tucker and Dean this weekend.

          Salford City Team News

          Karl Robinson will be without Stevie Mallan, Ossama Ashley and Liam Shephard this weekend. Garbutt may still be serving his suspension following his red card.