The key moments from MK Dons' Checkatrade Trophy tie with Stevenage at Stadium MK...
3 October 2017
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Chuks Aneke is back and the MK Dons attacker is eager to make up for lost time.
MK Dons beat Stevenage on penalties to take two points from their Checkatrade Trophy tie in which Chuks Aneke made his first start in over seven months.
MK Dons Under-18s take on Colchester United in the Fourth Round of the FA Youth Cup tonight and manager Edu Rubio views the tie as another fantastic learning opportunity for his players.
The young Dons secured the Youth Alliance League South East title last Saturday and in the process became the first Under-18s side in the Club’s history to have achieved such a feat.
It was a frustrating afternoon for Milton Keynes Dons last Saturday as they couldn’t find a way past the AFC Wimbledon defence and were held to a 0-0 draw at Stadium MK.
Robbie Neilson was frustrated that MK Dons could only muster a draw against AFC Wimbledon and knows his side need to become more consistent if they are to convert draws into wins.