Form, odds and stats ahead of MK Dons game against Hull City

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The Tigers head to Stadium MK on Saturday

It has been nearly three weeks since Dons last played a League One game at home, and they will be eager to continue their strong run of form at Stadium MK against Hull City on Saturday.

Having lost just one league game at home all season - the 2-1 loss to Lincoln City first time out - Russell Martin's side will be eager to continue their four-match unbeaten run which has seen them climb to 14th in the table.

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Hull though have made a strong start to life in League One since being relegated from the Championship. Grant McCann's side sit second in the standings, a point shy of leaders Peterborough but with a game in hand.

The Tigers head to Milton Keynes with four consecutive wins in all competitions though but have lost two of their last four in League One.

And in four previous encounters between the sides, Dons have not picked up a win, drawing twice while Hull were victorious on their last visit to Stadium MK, winning 2-0 in Dons' single Championship campaign in 2015/16. An Antony Kay header secured a draw up in the north-east though as the sides drew 1-1.

Scott Oldham will referee the game on Saturday. He has booked 19 players in his 10 games so far this season. Dons last saw him in December 2018 in the 2-0 win over Carlisle at Stadium MK.

Andy Bennett and Leigh Crowhurst will run the lines, with Fourth Official Marvyn Amphlett.

The bookmakers have Dons at 15/8 to win, Hull at 29/20 and 12/5 the draw.

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