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McFadzean wants Dons to maintain form

17 February 2016

Kyle McFadzean is looking for the Dons to maintain their recent good run, heading into three important games against sides around them in the Sky Bet Championship table.

The men from MK1 are unbeaten in their last three league games and go into Saturday’s clash with Bristol City – a side they are level on points with – on the back of a very impressive 1-0 triumph over Derby County.

“We’re three unbeaten and we move on to the next game where hopefully we can get another win,” McFadzean told MK Dons PlayerHD, after playing his part in keeping a ninth clean sheet of the campaign.

“Just because Bristol City are down there doesn’t mean it isn’t going to be tough. It will be just as hard as (Derby) so we’ll be working hard to prepare for them.”



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“It was a big three points. We had to work for it but it was fully deserved, I thought. They didn’t really create any chances as we defended very well as a unit. Everyone, including the subs that came on, put a shift in.”

“We didn’t let (the Middlesbrough result) get to us. The minutes were going really slow at the end but we dug in and defended well as a team.

While McFadzean was disappointed not to have taken maximum points from their clash with Boro, he was pleased that the side didn’t let it affect them when holding on to their slender advantage at Derby.

Karl Robinson’s men found themselves in a similar position a few days prior when they led top-of-the-table Middlesbrough heading into stoppage time, only for Jordan Rhodes to net an equaliser for the visitors in stoppage time.

The Dons had to work for their three points at the iPro Stadium and defended valiantly in the closing stages after Jake Forster-Caskey’s 83rd minute match-winning free-kick.

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