Karl Robinson's men make the short trip to Stevenage on Saturday and mkdons.com are here to bring you all the information you need ahead of the game.
Broadhall Way, Stevenage, Herts, SG2 8RH
Fans can now only purchase tickets on their arrival at the ground.
Over 60s: £21
Going by coach?
Official away travel is available for this fixture, priced at £14 for adults and £13 for senior, disabled and under-18 supporters.
Season ticket holders and members are entitled to a £1 discount on coach tickets. Coaches will depart stadiummk at 12.30pm.
Going by car?
Leave the A1 (M) at Junction 7 and take the A602 towards Stevenage. Go straight across the first roundabout and as you approach the next roundabout you can see the floodlights of the ground over on the right. However, if you go straight across the roundabout then you will see the entrance on the left to the large official car park which is free. The car park though has only one entrance/exit, so this can lead to bit of a bottleneck after the game has finished.
Going by train?
Stevenage Railway Station is about one mile away from the ground. Leave the station booking hall and turn left towards the town. Take the stairs on the right before the bridge over the dual carriage way and head along the A602, Lytton Way. At the roundabout which has the police station on the right, take the second exit into Six Hills Way. At the next roundabout take the third exit (South) continuing along the A602, Monkswood Way, passing a large Asda store on your right. After about 3/4 mile (McDonalds/Burger King etc will be on your right) you will arrive at a roundabout and the ground will be opposite you on the other side of the A602.
You can also get the Arriva No.5 bus to the ground, from Stop E at the nearby bus station. The 10-minute journey costs £1.50 single, or £2.30 return. As the ground is not easily spotted in the distance, ask the driver to drop you off on Monkswood Way, opposite the entrance to the retail park.
Accommodation for away fans
Away fans are located at one end of the ground in the South Stand, where up to 1,400 supporters can be housed.
As the South Stand is relatively new, the facilities and views of the playing action are good. There is also good selection of catering on offer.
Where to eat and drink?
There is a large Club House bar at the ground, behind the South Stand, which is popular with both home and away fans alike. Service is relatively quick and the atmosphere is friendly.
The 'Our Mutual Friend' pub in Broadwater Crescent is a 15-minute walk away. This pub, which is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide, offers seven beers on hand pump, plus real cider and perry.
There are also plenty of pubs in the town centre which is a 15-20 minute from the ground, including a Wetherspoons outlet - the 'Standard Bearer', which is located near to the bus station.
Across the roundabout from the ground there is the 'Roaring Meg' Retail Park that has various eating outlets such as Pizza Hut, McDonalds & Burger King, plus a Harvester restaurant and bar.
Information taken from footballgroundguide.com
.hereKarl Robinson and Ben Reeves both spoke to MK Dons Player ahead of the trip to Stevenage - watch the interviews