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Preview: MK Dons v Fleetwood Town

18 January 2021

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Fleetwood Town face MK Dons on Tuesday 19 January at Stadium MK in Sky Bet League One, and we have all you need to know ahead of the 7pm kick-off in our match preview.

Fixture: MK Dons v Fleetwood Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Tuesday 19 January 2021

Kick-off: 19:00

Venue: Stadium MK, Stadium Way West, Milton Keynes, MK1 1ST

Match officials: Antony Coggins (Referee), Garry Maskell & Leigh Crowhurst (Assistant Referees), Craig Hicks (Fourth Official)

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Town are looking to get back to winning ways after narrowly losing their last league outing, which finished 1-0 to Portsmouth at Highbury Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Town seemed to be on top for large portions of the game, but it was a John Marquis header from close range that broke the deadlock. Simon Wiles’ side continued to press but couldn’t find a way through the Portsmouth defence.

Before that, Town travelled to the KCOM Stadium to face Hull City in the third round of the Papa John’s trophy which, unfortunately, ended in a 3-2 defeat. Paddy Madden and Wes Burns were on the score sheet on the night but a strike from distance by Lewie Coyle late on meant the Tigers earned their spot in the next round.

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MK Dons have had a mixed start to the Sky Bet League One season this year as they currently sit in 16th position, with their last result being a 3-0 loss to Peterborough United.

In the Posh defeat, in-form forward Jonson Clarke-Harris opened up the scoring early on before Sammie Szmodics secured a brace, with a goal either side of the half-time break.

Before that, the Dons had a win and a loss in cup competitions, but the side managed to convincingly beat Swindon Town 4-1 away from home. Cameron Jerome bagged a double, with Daniel Harvie and Regan Poole on the night.

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One player to watch in Town’s league clash against Milton Keynes is Cameron Jerome. The 34-year-old is the top scorer for the Dons this season as he has bagged nine goals, with seven coming in the league and two in the FA Cup.

Jerome started his career as a trainee at Middlesbrough in 2003, before making the move to play for Cardiff a year later. Whilst at the Welsh club, he made 79 appearances and scored 27 goals in just two years.

A five-year stint at Birmingham City would follow this, seeing the forward continue his goal-scoring form, grabbing over 40 goals for the Blues in just over 200 games. A big-money move to Stoke City came shortly after, where he would spend the next three seasons.

Norwich then moved for Jerome in August 2014, a club where he played for four years, with short spells at Derby County and Turkish side Goztope after that, MK Dons signed the forward permanently in October 2020 and has scored nine goals since joining the side.

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Supporters can now purchase video match passes for Fleetwood Town’s Sky Bet League One clash against MK Dons on Tuesday.

With fans still unable to attend games, the iFollow match pass is your best option to watch the Cod Army play.

Simon Wiles' side are set to travel to Stadium MK on Tuesday evening to face MK Dons in a league clash - and you can watch the game for just £10!

If you'd like to purchase your match pass, click HERE.

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Report: Town lose out to Milton Keynes at Stadium MK

19 January 2021

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Fleetwood Town lost out to Milton Keynes Dons in a Sky Bet League One clash at Stadium MK on Tuesday evening.

The hosts started the game the stronger with Joe Mason scoring a hat-trick in the opening 30 minutes. Town seemed to grow into the game after the half-time break, creating multiple chances, with substitute Sam Finley managing to find the net from 25-yards late on.        

The first chance of the game came within the opening minute when Kyle Vassell’s defense-splitting pass played Josh Morris through on goal, but goalkeeper Andrew Fisher reacted instinctively and was in the way to make the save – The resulting corner found Callum Camps whose effort was held by the goalkeeper.

MK Dons broke the deadlock just five minutes in when Ethan Laird’s low cross into the box found the feet of Mason, who slotted the ball past Joe Hilton to give his side the lead.

The Dons had the chance to double their lead when Cameron Jerome’s header found the feet of Lasse Sorenson on the edge of the area – His low strike was palmed away by Hilton and Jerome could only find the side netting at the second attempt.

The hosts added to their lead when Mason won back possession in the final third. After receiving the ball back from Fraser on the edge of the area, his first-time effort found the back of the net. Soon after, the forward completed his first-half hat-trick.

After a swift build-up, Paul Coutts received the ball in the middle of the park. He decided to try his luck, but his ambitious long-range effort was deflected over the crossbar.

Fleetwood started the second half as the better side. Vassell came close to reducing the deficit when he saw his low strike saved by the diving Fisher. The Dons managed to scramble the ball to safety despite Camps’ best efforts to get it over the line on the rebound.

Substitute Sam Finley almost found a way through for Fleetwood when the ball broke nicely for him on the edge of the area. His venomous strike rattled the crossbar and came back out into play.

Scott Fraser almost added a fourth for MK Dons when he got in behind the Cod Army defence, forcing a fine save out of Hilton.

Madden came close for Fleetwood when he was played through by Callum Camps. He saw his shot sail into the gloves of the goalkeeper.

Town found the back of the net in the 83rd minute as Finley picked up the ball 25-yards out and tried his luck, beating Fisher in the Dons goal.

Town XI: Hilton (GK), Andrew (Rydel 80’), Connolly, Whelan (Rossiter 80’), Camps, J.Morris (S.Morris 80’), Mulgrew, Coutts (C) (Finley 45’), Madden, Vassell, Hill (Holgate 66’).

Subs not used: Duffy, Saunders.

Dons XI: Fisher (GK), Lewington (C), Poole, Gladwin, Fraser, Laird (Sorinola 66’), O’Hora, Sorensen (Brown 84’), Mason (Johnson 71’), Harvie, Jerome (Freeman 84’).

Subs not used: Nicholls (GK), Williams, Davies.

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