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In numbers: Wycombe Wanderers

The key figures and numbers following Saturday's game...

5 April 2023

A statistical look at MK Dons’ 2-2 draw with Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park…

MK Dons are now unbeaten in four 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 10 points from their last four games courtesy of three wins and one draw. Only Ipswich Town (12) have picked up more over their last four matches.

MK Dons have earned 24 points from their 20 away matches so far this season, which is tied for the ninth-best total amongst Sky Bet League One teams. They need four more points to tie their second-best away points total in the last four years.

MK Dons were supported by 893 fans at Adams Park, which is the Club’s third biggest away crowd this season and the second biggest for a league fixture.

Jonathan Leko, scorer of MK Dons’ second goal against Wycombe Wanderers, has now found the net in three of his last five appearances, including his last two.

Daniel Harvie, scorer of MK Dons’ first goal against Wycombe Wanderers, now has five goal contributions (3G 2A) this season, tying his total from the 2021/22 campaign.

Conor Grant provided the pass for Daniel Harvie’s goal against Wycombe Wanderers, registering his sixth assist of the season. He now has 10 goal involvements (4G 6A) across all competitions this campaign.

Anthony Stewart won nine duels against Wycombe Wanderers, the most of any MK Dons player in the game.

Jonathan Leko had five successful dribbles against Wycombe Wanderers, the most of any player on the pitch.

Josh McEachran has now started 31 games across all competitions this season, tying his total from the 2021/22 campaign.

Tennai Watson has now started 20 league matches this season, tying his total from the 2021/22 campaign. Watson also made his 50th MK Dons start against Wycombe Wanderers.

Dean Lewington made his 900th career start against Wycombe Wanderers. Lewington needs just one more league appearance to tie David James for the fifth-most league appearances in English football history.

Jamie Cumming made his 150th career appearance against Wycombe Wanderers. Of those 150 appearances, 70 have come for MK Dons.

Mo Eisa made his 150th professional start against Wycombe Wanderers. Of those. 150, 56 have come for MK Dons. Eisa is also one start shy of making 50 league starts for MK Dons.

Anthony Stewart made his debut for MK Dons against Wycombe Wanderers, becoming the 326 to play for the Football Club and the 309th to do so in a league fixture.

Will Grigg is one league appearance shy of reaching 100 league appearances for MK Dons.

Henry Lawrence is one league appearance shy of registering 50 career league appearances.

Nathan Holland is one start shy of registering 50 career starts.

Mark Jackson surpassed 100 days as MK Dons Head Coach last week. He is 29 days shy of tying Stuart Murdoch for time spent in charge of MK Dons and two games away from tying Murdoch’s total of 18.

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