Robbie Neilson hopes to send the travelling MK Dons supporters back down the M6 with three points this evening.
“We’ve been on a fantastic run but had a little blip on Saturday,” Neilson told MK Dons PlayerHD. “(Tuesday’s game) is a chance for us to get back to winning ways.
“It’s going to be a long journey up to Bury for the fans but hopefully we can send them back with three points.”
“We’ve been pretty solid recently and haven’t lost a lot of goals,” he added. “We’ll need to continue that because it’s going to be a tough one (against Bury)
Neilson is backing his side to do a job this evening.
If the Dons are to come out on top they’ll need to stop a Shakers attack which has scored 12 goals in their last five matches and boasts one of the EFL’s more in-form strikers in James Vaughan.