Form, odds and stats ahead of MK Dons' game against Swindon Town

Dons head to the County Ground on Tuesday for the first time in over two years
Swindon's County GroundSwindon's County Ground
Swindon's County Ground

Russell Martin has been desperate for back-to-back league wins all season long and will hope they can capitalise on an out-of-form Swindon Town side on Tuesday night.

John Sheridan's men have not made a great start to the season on their return to League One, having secured promotion from League Two last term. They currently sit 22nd in the table, and have picked up just a point from their last five games, and it came last time out courtesy 2-2 draw last time out against Charlton at the County Ground. They have to go back to November 21 for their last win at home when they beat Bristol Rovers 1-0.

Dons and Swindon may not have played each other for nearly two years, but they have followed similar paths, with Tuesday's meeting the 24th since 2004. Dons have won 10 of those games, Swindon seven and eight draws. The County Ground has been a good place for Dons too, unbeaten there since 2012, losing just three times in 11 visits.

Sam Purkiss will referee the game on Tuesday night. He has refereed 17 games thus far this season, booking 40 and sending off six. He last officiated Dons in their 3-0 win over Stevenage in September 2019 in the EFL Trophy. Adam Ricketts and Justin Amey will run the likes, with Brett Huxtable the fourth official.

Bookmakers have Dons at 11/10 to win at the County Ground, with Swindon 12/5 and 13/5 the draw.