The largest crowd of the season is eagerly anticipating the huge clash between MK Dons and Coventry City at stadiummk tomorrow.
.mkstadiumOver 15,000 thousand tickets have been sold for the big Sky Bet League 1 clash and more than 6,500 Sky Blues supporters are set to make the journey down from the West Midlands to become the largest away supporter ever seen at
Both sides are in desperate need of three points having lost their two League outings and so Dons boss Karl Robinson has urged his players to respond from their lacklustre performance in midweek and called for the several thousand Dons fans to get behind them too.
The 33-year-old said: “You’ve got to take your hat off to the Coventry fans for coming and it’s a testament to them but it doesn’t bother me. This stadium was built for big crowds and for great atmosphere and I predict it will be a wonderful atmosphere on Saturday.
“I think our fans have been brilliant this season and I want to take time out to say thank you. It’s been difficult for us all at the moment and so we need you more than ever. We need you for this period of time because you can help carry us over the line.
“We’ve come out on top in a lot of big games in the past and I’m asking for the fans to come and support their team this Saturday. I will get your team as prepared as possible, I will get your team motivated as much as possible and I will get your team to fight for the Club.
“Some players are lacking confidence and they need your help. They’re human beings and when they’re losing football matches they get disappointed too but, they’ve trained wonderfully well and they believe they can go on from here and win football matches.”