MK Dons will go head-to-head with Wolverhampton Wanderers in front a record crowd at stadiummk on Saturday (k.o. 3pm).
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As for Wolves, winger Bakary Sako should be available, but defender Matt Doherty (hamstring) misses out.
Izale McLeod and Stephen Gleeson (both calf) join Darren Potter (Achilles), Lee Hodson (hip) and Larnell Cole (knee) in the treatment room.
Matty Kennedy could make his Dons debut after arriving on loan from Everton, while fellow loanee James Loveridge is in line to start his first senior game.
“They deserved to beat us at Molineux but things are different now for us and we have to go there and continue with the good performances we have shown in the last two games.”
“MK Dons are chasing the play-offs and they have a good record against the bigger teams in the division and are a passing team.
Kenny Jackett – speaking to Wolves’ official website
“We’re ready for it and it’s going to be an exciting game.”
“Wolves are the best team in the league, simple as that. Do we fear them? No. Does it motivate us? Yes. Are we respectful? 100% yes.
Karl Robinson – speaking to MK Dons Player
Although the Dons face a difficult task, the men from MK1 will be looking to draw inspiration from their 2-0 victory at Molineux in the reverse fixture earlier this season – a result which kick-started a three-match winning run.
As well as a good atmosphere off the field, it promises to be an exciting on it with Karl Robinson’s men aiming to go level on points with sixth-placed Peterborough United, while Wolves will be hoping to maintain their position at the top of Sky Bet League 1.
Almost 20,000 tickets have been snapped up for the visit of the league leaders, surpassing the previously record of 19,506 for the FA Cup fixture with QPR in 2012.