Read our essential guide to Saturday's trip to MK Dons
Fleetwood Town travel to Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday in Sky Bet League One (3pm k/o) hoping to extend their unbeaten run to 16 games.
LAST TIME OUT
Town came from behind to beat play-off rivals Bradford City at Highbury on Tuesday night. Jordy Hiwula had given Bradford a first half lead, but goals from Devante Cole and Conor McLaughlin in the second half completed a superb comeback to win the match 2-1.
The three points stretched Town’s unbeaten run to 15 matches.
The Dons drew a blank in the North West as they were held to goalless draw at Bury. The away side had the better chances to win the game, but couldn’t beat a Bury side that recorded successive clean sheets for the first time since last April.
The two sides met at Highbury in September, where a Ryan Colclough hat trick downed the Cod Army 4-1.
Two Colclough goals and a Dean Bowditch penalty put the Dons 3-0 ahead, before Bobby Grant fired in a second half strike to give Town hope. Colclough scored another penalty in stoppage time to complete the scoring.
Fleetwood XI:1Neal,2McLaughlin,6Pond,5Eastham,3Bell,34 Ryan8Dempsey (Woolford), ,11Grant,22Hunter (Cole),10Ball.19Long (Jakubiak).
MK Dons boss Robbie Neilson gave his thoughts on Saturday’s clash in a press conference on Thursday:
“It’s going to be a tough one for us. They are (Fleetwood) pushing for automatic promotion and they come here in real good form. “Uwe’s got them playing really well and they have a lot of pace up front – it’s going to be a tough game
Ticket prices for the clash at stadium:mk are as follows:
·Concessions (65+) £17
·Under 18’s £7
Town fans will be situated in the North Lower Corner.
Coach Travel costs just £10 per supporter and departs Highbury at 8.30am.
Both tickets and travel are on sale from the club shop and ticket office, as well as calling 01253 775080.