MK Dons 2-1 Wycombe Wanderers: Live from the Papa John’s Trophy
MK Dons can qualify for the next round of the competition this evening with a win over Wycombe Wanderers in the Papa John’s Trophy.
MK Dons are in Papa John’s Trophy action against Wycombe Wanderers tonight
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MK Dons 2-1 Wycombe Wanderers: The latest from Stadium MK
Last updated: Tuesday, 05 October, 2021, 20:56
FULL TIME: MK Dons 2-1 Wycombe Wanderers
Into the next round! Not a lot in it for either side, Jules’ second-half strike didn’t really alter the course of the game much, with Wycombe looking the more threatening in the second period without really making Ravizzoli do an awful lot.
Not a classic, not desperately bad.
86 mins: Kasumu makes way
Another change for Dons as David Kasumu comes off, making way for Ethan Robson in these closing stages.
80 mins: Down comes the rain
Chucking it down all of a sudden here, but the quality hasn’t been slick all evening (see what I did there?!)
The goal hasn’t really changed a lot in terms of the approach for either side - final balls have been lacking all night really, and it’s still very much a slog to get clear-cut chances.
65 mins: Ilunga has to limp out
The 17-year-old has had an impressive first start for Dons, but he’s having to limp out. He’s placed by Peter Kioso.
GOAL! 64 mins: Jules with a cracker!
A good free-kick to the far post from Josh McEachran is watched onto his boot by Zak Jules who side-foots Dons back in front!
63 mins: Brown comes on
First change of the day for Dons - Charlie Brown comes on for Mo Eisa after a decent hour n the tank
54 mins: Wycombe enjoy a few early chances
The visitors starting to get a few sights of goal, winning a string of corners but are yet to really test Ravizzoli in this half, Hanlan coming closest when his strike zipped across the face of goal.
Back underway at Stadium MK - no changes for either side
In the picture: Hiram Boateng
HALF TIME: MK Dons 1-1 Wycombe
Not a pretty one, a bit ugly really. Neither side in any sort of flow, Boateng and Hanlan with the goals. That aside, an Eisa header and a couple of Ravizzoli mistakes the only real issues.
Stop-start, bitty, scrappy, not a great game.