Wigan Athletic 1-2 MK Dons: Get the latest from the DW Stadium

Dons are looking to get back to winning ways at the DW Stadium this evening as they take on Wigan Athletic

Tuesday, 19th October 2021, 9:55 pm

MK Dons are in action against Wigan Athletic this evening

Get the latest from the game.

Wigan Athletic 1-2 MK Dons: LIVE

Last updated: Tuesday, 19 October, 2021, 21:55

34 mins: The game has sparked into life!

Dons reacted brilliantly to getting back on level terms and forced a corner when Kasumu skipped through the Wigan defence.

Dealing with the set-piece, Wigan get straight up the other end but McClean’s shot is covered off by Fisher down low.

GOAL! 30 mins: Dons are back level

They certainly did not deserve to be behind in this game but now they are level! Daniel Harvie’s cross is lofted into the centre of the penalty area and Peter Kioso rises above his man to head past Amos!

GOAL 21 mins: Wyke put Wigan ahead

All a bit too easy for Wigan there. Will Keane on the far side beats the offside trap, Dean Lewington and Daniel Harvie seemingly willing to let the ball go out on that far side but it’s kept alive, played in at the near post for Charlie Wyke to tap in.

Just a minute earlier, Harvie took too long to get his shot away, allowing Wigan to get back en masse when he had Boateng and Eisa over for support.

10 mins: Wigan on the front foot

Although Dons made a decent start to the game, with half-chances for both Mo Eisa and Hiram Boateng, Wigan have had three corners in quick succession. The final one from Max Power fizzed across the face of goal, catching Fisher on his heels but fortunately it goes out on the far side.

Wigan get us underway here at the DW Stadium

A look around the ground

Wigan’s team to face MK Dons

Wigan’s team to face MK Dons
Hiram Boateng returns to the starting line-up

One change for MK Dons this evening as Hiram Boateng comes into the side in place of Troy Parrott.

Team: Fisher, Lewington, O’Hora, Darling, Harvie, Kioso, O’Riley, Kasumu, Boateng, Twine, Eisa

Subs: Ravizzoli, Watson, Baldwin, Jules, McEachran, Parrott, Watters

Competition hots up for places

Warren O’Hora has been a mainstay in the side since joining initially on loan from Brighton last season. Now though, he says he has competition for his spot from an eager Aden Baldwin

Fierce competition from Baldwin has O’Hora looking over his shoulder

Competition for places is keeping O’Hora on his toes this season

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