A statistical look at Saturday's win over Wycombe Wanderers.
79% - For the second weekend in a row, MK Dons boasted the highest amount of possession in the EFL and Premier League with an impressive 79%.
638 - Liam Manning's side also completed the most passes across all 92 teams as they hit 638 completed passes.
90% - The Dons completed the trio for the third week in a row as they had the highest pass completion in the EFL and Premier League.
1 - MK Dons limited Wycombe Wanderers to just one shot on targets on Saturday afternoon as Andrew Fisher kept his third clean sheet of the season.
87 - Every single one of MK Dons' Starting XI had a pass completion percentage over 87%, with Ethan Robson boating the highest amount with 94%.
96 - Matt O'Riley had the most completed passes on Saturday afternoon as he completed 96 of his 104 passes.
121 - O'Riley also had the most touches on the ball against Wycombe Wanderers as he had 121 touches on the ball.
106 - Alongside him in midfield, Ethan Robson was also heavily involved, he had 106 touches on the ball.
6 - For the second weekend in a row Scott Twine produced six key passes - the highest in Saturday's fixture at Stadium MK.
5 - Troy Parrott's willingness to run caused Wycombe a number of problems, he was fouled five times.