League 1's worst home record will go toe-to-toe with the league's worst away record when Port Vale and MK Dons play on Sunday afternoon.
Dons now haven't won for more than seven months at Stadium MK, but Port Vale are nearing six months since their last triumphant journey home.
Add to the mix the TV cameras and Dons poor record on Sundays, losing four of their last five on the Sabbath and it might not make for great viewing.
However, Karl Robinson's side have been playing well in recent weeks, stringing together their first back-to-back wins since April 2015 this week, with wins over Oldham Athletic and Peterborough United.
HEAD-TO-HEAD: MK Dons vs Port Vale at the MK Citizen Stats Centre
Dons' record against Vale goes in their favour though. Of the last five meetings, the Valiants have beaten Dons just once, a 1-0 win at Vale Park on Good Friday in 2014. Their record at Stadium MK though is poor, losing on both occasions they've made the journey to MK1.
Bruno Ribeiro's side have made a good start to the campaign so far, finding themselves sixth after 11 matches with 17 points, two above Dons who sit ninth.