Form, odds and stats ahead of MK Dons' game against Plymouth Argyle
Argyle head to Stadium MK out of form
There is almost nothing to separate Dons and Plymouth when they meet again on Tuesday night at Stadium MK.
Both have played 35 games, won 12, drawn nine and lost 14 for 45 points, with Dons edging Argyle on goal-difference to sit 15th, one spot above Ryan Lowe's side.
After a bad run of form, which saw Russell Martin's men claim just a point from a possible 15, Matt O'Riley's stoppage-time winner snatched all three points in a 3-2 win over Accrington Stanley on Saturday, but Plymouth are suffering a similar run themselves.
Argyle head to Stadium MK off the back of four straight losses, and five in six, with just one win in their last seven. They were beaten 1-0 at Ipswich on Saturday.
The visitors have held the edge over Dons down the years, with four wins in the five league meetings since 2011 and on both previous visits to Stadium MK. When the sides met back in December at Home Park, Plymouth had been on a similar four-game losing-streak, but Dons turned in a lacklustre performance and lost out to Ryan Hardie's 68th-minute goal.
Sebastian Stockbridge takes charge of the game, his 25th of the game. He has booked 79 players this season, sending off three. His last Dons game came in the 2-0 defeat to Crewe Alexandra in September. Dean Treleaven and Samuel Ogles will run the lines, with Fourth Official Nicholas Cooper.
Bookmakers have Dons at 19/20 to win, Plymouth are 16/5 and 23/10 the draw.