Form, odds and stats ahead of the Bucks derby between MK Dons and Wycombe Wanderers
Wycombe Wanderers head to Milton Keynes on Saturday having restored some of the form they showed earlier this season when they raced away with the League One lead.
At one stage six points clear of the competition, Gareth Ainsworth’s side hit a slump, picking up just one point from a possible 15 as they let the chasing pack recover and close the gap.
With two wins from their last two games, Wycombe remain second in the table, level with new pace setters Rotherham, but form away from Adams Park has been their downfall.
They need to look back to November for their last win on the road, and they have conceded four on each of their last two away games.
Dons meanwhile have been tough to beat at Stadium MK, with five wins from their last six games at home.
But Wycombe have come out on top in both previous meetings this season, winning 3-2 in August in League One, and 2-1 at Stadium MK in the Leasing.com Trophy.
In 10 meetings, Wycombe have won four, with three Dons wins and three draws.
Darren Handley takes charge of the game - his 25th of the season. He has booked 88 this season, and flashed eigh reds. His last Dons game came nearly three years ago when he oversaw the 1-0 win over Oldham in February 2017. Nicholas Cooper and Matthew Lee will run the lines, with Gregory Read the fourth official.
The bookmakers have Dons at 31/20 to win at Stadium, with Wycombe at 17/10 and 23/10 the draw.