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Reeves relishing run-in

8 March 2016

Ben Reeves says the Dons will be looking to take the final set of the games in their stride, ahead of tonight’s trip to the Valley.

The men from MK1 visit south east London this evening looking to build on Saturday’s victory at stadiummk when they take on Charlton Athletic, a side two places and seven points below them in the Sky Bet Championship table.

“(Tuesday) is going to be a big game,” Reeves told MK Dons PlayerHD. “Hopefully we can get the three points, like we want in every game.

“Every game from now until the end of the season is going to get bigger and bigger in terms of importance - we’ll just look to take it all in our stride.”



He continued: “The most important thing (on Saturday) was the win for the team. It was a massive win and you could see it meant quite a lot to us.”

“Hopefully I can hit the ground running and get back to my best form straight away, and help the team in this final push.”

“My last injury was just a freak one and it was a shame because I had felt good in training.

“I’m glad to be back. I wasn’t planning to be on the bench until Joe Walsh got injured but I felt good.

Reeves made his return from a knee injury in Saturday’s success over Queens Park Rangers and scored the stoppage-time penalty which sealed the three points.

Tickets for tonight's game can now only be bought from the South Stand ticket office at the Valley, by cash only - tickets are are priced from £22 adults, £16 seniors/under-21s, £10 under-18s and £5 under-11s.

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