A statistical look at MK Dons’ Easter Weekend results against Portsmouth and Derby County…
MK Dons are now unbeaten in six games, which is their longest run without a defeat this season. The last time they went five matches unbeaten was between January and April 2022, when the team went 15 games without defeat.
MK Dons have collected 12 points from their last six games courtesy of three wins and three draws. Only Peterborough United (16), Ipswich Town (13) and Charlton Athletic (13) have picked up more over their last six matches.
MK Dons have picked up seven points from their last three home matches, courtesy of two wins and a draw. Only Ipswich Town (9) and Barnsley (9) have picked up more points in their last three home fixtures.
MK Dons have earned 25 points from their 21 away matches so far this season. They need three more points to tie their second-best away points total in the last four years.
MK Dons were supported by 956 fans at Pride Park Stadium, which is the Club’s third biggest away crowd this season and the second biggest for a league fixture.
Mo Eisa, scorer of MK Dons’ goal against Portsmouth, took his goal tally for the season into double-figures (10) for the second season in succession. He leads all MK Dons players in terms of goals (10) and goal involvements (13).
Mo Eisa’s goal against Portsmouth was his 22nd as an MK Dons player. He has moved alongside Peter Leven for 15th-place in the Club’s all-time scorers list.
Josh McEachran completed 84 of his 86 passes against Portsmouth, giving him a total pass completion of 98%. McEachran also won all six of this ground duels and made a team-high four tackles.
MK Dons combined to block 11 shots against Derby County. Dean Lewington led MK Dons players with four blocked shots.
Anthony Stewart made eight total clearances against Derby County, the most of any player in the game.
Zak Jules combined to win nine duels against Derby County, the most of any MK Dons player.
Jamie Cumming produced seven saves against Derby County, with six of those saves coming from shots inside the box.
Henry Lawrence’s goal against Derby County the first of his league career. He became the 166th different player to score a league goal for MK Dons.
Nathan Holland provided the pass for Henry Lawrence’s goal, taking his total number of assists for the season to four. He is third amongst MK Dons players, trailing only Dawson Devoy (8) and Conor Grant (6).
Jamie Cumming has played 4,056 league minutes, which ranks third amongst Sky Bet League One players.
Jack Tucker has made 1,976 passes in league football this season, which ranks fourth amongst Sky Bet League One players.
Jamie Cumming has made 121 saves in league football this season, which ranks fifth amongst Sky Bet League One goalkeepers.
MK Dons have made 17,339 passes in league football this season, which ranks second amongst Sky Bet League One teams.
MK Dons have completed 81.8% of their passes in league football this season, which ranks third amongst Sky Bet League One teams.
Dean Lewington made his 788th career league appearance against Portsmouth, moving him into seventh-placed in the list of all-time English league football appearances alongside David James.
Dean Lewington made his 760th league appearance for MK Dons against Derby County, tying Roy Sproson for the third-most league appearances made for one club in English football history. He is now four appearances shy of second-placed Jimmy Dickinson (764).
Will Grigg made his 100th league appearance for MK Dons against Portsmouth. He is the 30th player to reach a century of league games for the Club.
Mo Eisa made his 200th professional appearance against Derby County. Of those 200, 73 have come for MK Dons. Eisa also made his 50th league start for MK Dons against Portsmouth.
Nathan Holland made his 50th professional start against Derby County. Of those 50, 18 have come for MK Dons.
Henry Lawrence made his 50th professional league appearance against Derby County. Of those 50, 26 have come for MK Dons.
Jack Tucker is one away from making his 150th professional league appearance.
Mark Jackson (20) is one game away from tying Stuart Murdoch (21) for MK Dons games managed. Murdoch is ranked tenth in that list.