Form, odds and stats ahead of MK Dons' trip to Fleetwood Town
Dons embark on their final away day of the season looking to make it four wins in a row
MK Dons want to finish their season in style with wins in their final two games of the season, starting on Saturday away at Fleetwood Town.
Russell Martin's side head into the clash at the Highbury Stadium with three wins on the spin, having seen off Portsmouth, Bristol Rovers and Swindon Town to sit ninth in League One. With six points still on the table, Dons are still in with a shout of reaching the top six and a play-off spot, but are as far out as 300/1 to do so, and can be found at 2,000/1 to win promotion this season.
Fleetwood head into the game in 15th, having suffered a heavy 5-2 defeat to Burton Albion at the Pirelli Stadium on Tuesday night. Simon Grayson's side have won three and lost three of their last six. Form at home is similarly hot and cold too for the Cod Army, with three wins and three defeats in their last six.
Scott Fraser heads into the game one goal behind Cameron Jerome as Dons' top goal-scorer this season, with the Scot having 14 to his name, including one in each of the last three. Will Grigg also comes into the game in hot-scoring form, with five in his last two outings, four of which came in the 5-0 thumping of Swindon last weekend.
Referee Stephen Martin will take charge of the game, his 30th outing of the season. He has dished out 64 yellow cards and three reds this season. His last Dons game came at the Stadium of Light earlier this season as Dons ended their away-day drought with a 2-1 win. Andrew Fox and Matthew McGrath will run the lines with Fourth Official Simon Mather.
Dons are 13/10 to win the game, Fleetwood at 19/10 and the draw is 13/5.