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McEachran: Focused on what's ahead

Josh McEachran spoke to the media ahead of the Bucks battle…

31 March 2023

MK Dons midfielder Josh McEachran said that he amongst everyone else is ‘focused’ for Saturday’s Buckinghamshire clash against Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park.

Through recent fixtures, whether it be the previous league triumph at Adams Park or last season’s Sky Bet League One Play-Off semi final, these two have gone head-to-head in what has been a Buckinghamshire battle throughout the years.
Saturday provides a chance for Mark Jackson’s men to continue their winning streak to four whilst also having the possibility to further the gap from the drop zone to seven points. When questioned about the trip to Wycombe Wanderers, McEachran had this to say:
“We know it’s going to be a difficult place to go, you’re always in for a battle against Wycombe whether it’s home or away. But we’re going into it with confidence, which can hopefully help us to get the three points.

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“It’s massive for the fans, for the staff, us players and everyone involved. As it’s a derby there’s a bit of extra spice to it, but we’re treating it no differently to any other game.”
The topic of last season’s play-off semi final arose as Mceachran was questioned about if Saturday could provide an opportunity for revenge. ‘No’ the midfielder replied “It’s just another game.
“We have eight massive matches coming up from now until the end of the season. Everyone’s aware of the play-off semi final, but I wouldn’t call it revenge. It’s just another game we look forward to and hopefully it’s one we can get three points from.”
MK Dons’ recent results have ascended them four points adrift the relegation zone. ‘We all know how quickly football can change’ the number six responded to the current situation.

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“We’re in a lot better position now with three wins and three clean sheets, but we’re not getting ahead of ourselves. We have massive games coming up, starting with Wycombe Wanderers this weekend.”


Tickets can now only bought on Saturday from the ticket office at Adams Park, which will be open from 12pm. Sales will be card only. Tickets are priced at £26 adults, £23 seniors, £21 mid-adults, £19 young adults, £15 juniors and £6 children.

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