MK Dons 2-4 Aston Villa U21s: Live from Stadium MK
Both teams will be looking to top Group C this evening with a win as MK Dons take on Aston Villa U21s
MK Dons are in action against Aston Villa U21s this evening
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MK Dons 2-4 Aston Villa U21s
Last updated: Tuesday, 26 October, 2021, 20:58
30 mins: Brown comes close
Would’ve been a terrific third for MK Dons there, Ilunga working some great space on the left, picking out Brown in the centre but he puts it just wide.
GOAL! 25 mins: Watters gives Dons the lead
Troy Parrott with a brilliant backheel to get Hiram Boateng down the left flank, he zips the ball in at the near post and this time Watters makes sure, putting it past Sinisalo.
22 mins: A really enjoyable game so far
My word this is some game! MK Dons and Villa going at it hammer and tongs, and the home side could be in front! Martin, Watters and Parrott all getting efforts away, Sinisalo in the Villa net doing really well to keep them out.
GOAL 16 mins: Dons are level!
Josh Martin looked for all the world as though he was going to hit it himself but he’s pulled it back to Troy Parrott to lash it home from about 16 yards, clipping the underside of the bar en route in.
GOAL 13 mins: Shocker from Ilunga lets Villa in
Brooklyn Ilunga with a howler - his pass wasn’t good enough for Ravizzoli or Jules and Davis shrugs off the attention of the latter to slot past Ravizoli. Jules did his level-best to put the striker off his stride, and maybe foul him but as soon as he got into the box there was only going to be one outcome.
8 mins: A lively start
Both sides have started brightly here, with Villa on the front foot. Thorndike has forced a good save from Ravizzoli, and Keinan Davis has gone into the book for an off-the-ball foul on Baldwin.
Villa get the game underway here at Stadium MK
Captain for the evening
Aden Baldwin will captain the side this evening
Villa’s side to face MK Dons
MK Dons team to face Aston Villa
Nine changes to the side which faced Rotherham on Saturday as Liam Manning rotates his squad for the Papa John’s Trophy.
Team: Ravizzoli, Watson, Jules, Baldwin, Ilunga, Martin, McEachran, Boateng, Parrott, Brown, Watters
Subs: Walker, Darling, O'Riley, Twine, Eisa, Harvie, Johnson