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In Numbers: Swindon Town

26 April 2021

mkdons.com delves into the numbers behind the 5-0 win with Swindon Town at Stadium Mk.

10 – Only one MK Dons player had a pass completion percentage below 88% - the full list of is below in order from highest to lowest

Harry Darling – 94/96 (98%)
Andrew Surman 60/63 (95%)
Dean Lewington – 73/79 (92%)
Matt O’Riley – 41/44 (93%)
Scott Fraser – 55/60 (92%)
Andrew Fisher – 30/33 (91%)
Zak Jules – 94/104 (90%)
David Kasumu – 38/21 (90%)
Will Grigg – 9/10 (90%)
Matthew Sorinola – 43/49 (88%)

115 – Zak Jules had the most touches on the pitch with the 23-year-old touching the ball 115 times.

5 – Jules also won every single one of his five aerial duels in a strong showing.

103 – Harry Darling was close behind Jules with an impressive 103 touches on the ball.

10 – Darling also displayed his full abilities in possession, he completed 10 of his 11 long passes.

2 – Despite playing in the right side of three central defenders, Dean Lewington still managed to produce two key passes.

6 – The energetic Ethan Laird showed both sides of his game, he was successful in six ground duels.

5 – Despite sitting in the heart of MK Dons’ midfield, Andrew Surman lost possession just five times.

72 – MK Dons boasted 72% possession over Swindon Town – the most in the division over Saturday’s Sky Bet League One fixtures.

0 – The Dons didn’t allow Swindon Town to have a single shot on target, an impressive showing from Russell Martin’s men.

676 – MK Dons came close to breaking to 700 pass mark, they attempted an impressive 676 passes against The Robins - the most in the division.

623 – An impressive 623 of the passes were accurate – leaving Martin’s side with a 92% pass completion.

11 – Andrew Fisher registered his 11th clean sheet of the season and his third in a row.

6 – Scott Fraser’s two assists now means he has the most assists in the MK Dons squad with six to his name.

14 – Scott Fraser notched his 14th goal of the season – a tally that means he is also MK Dons’ top goalscorer in Sky Bet League One.

20 – The three-goal involvements now means Fraser has been involved in a total of 20 goals this campaign.

11 – Despite arriving in January, Will Grigg now has 11 goal involvements for MK Dons – he was also the first player to score four goals in a game for MK Dons.


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