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Match Preview - MK Dons v Rovers

10 October 2022

A clash in Buckinghamshire awaits the Gas...

Rovers face MK Dons tomorrow evening in Sky Bet League One. In our last game, Rovers returned to winning ways following our 2-1 victory over Cambridge United at The Mem with Josh Coburn's first Gas goal sealing the points. 

Opposition View

Dons manager Liam Manning has said that his side needs to find some consistency after a difficult start to the season:

“It’s tough when you are going through a tough time. You want people to step up and take their opportunity and show they can be trusted. We’ve not had any consistency so far this season so we’re searching a little bit, trying to find out who can be trusted and what they can do. We want to provide opportunities and people will need time adjusting to League One and the way we want to play but the main challenge is we want to win games. We will develop players and give them opportunities but we need to win matches.”


Last Time Out

Form Guide

MK Dons currently find themselves in 22nd place in the League One standings, three places behind Rovers. It has not been the start that many predicted for Liam Manning's side who suffered play-off heartbreak at the end of last season when they lost to Wycombe Wanderers in the semi-finals. Across their last five league games, MK Dons have recorded one win and lost four with their most recent game against Shrewsbury ending 2-1 to the Salops.

Will Grigg is currently the leading goalscorer for the Dons so far this season with three to his name but hasn't scored since MK Dons' 2-1 victory over Oxford United in September. Bradley Johnson and Matthew Smith are both on two goals up to this point in the campaign.


Ref Watch

Scott Oldham is the man with the whistle for Tuesday's clash in Buckinghamshire. Oldham last officiated a game involving the Gas in our 2-1 defeat against Oldham Athletic earlier this year. So far this season, Oldham has taken charge of two games in League One. Across those two games, referee Oldham awards an average of 21.00 fouls per game and also hands out an average of 4.00 yellow cards per game. Oldham is yet to produce a red card in a League One game this season.


Betting Preview

EFL sponsors Sky Bet have priced Rovers at 23/10 to take all three points back to The Mem tomorrow evening. A scoreline of 2-0 in favour of Rovers can be backed at 16/1. On the goalscorer markets, Josh Coburn is priced at 9/1 to open the scoring on Tuesday evening whilst Aaron Collins can be backed at 11/4 to score anytime throughout the clash at Stadium MK.

Odds correct at the time of writing. To bet with Sky Bet please click HERE. Please bet responsibly.

How to Watch

Tuesday's game is available to watch live on iFollow! 

Match passes for the game cost £10 - with the majority of the revenue generated coming back to the football club. 

To purchase a match pass - please click HERE.

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Match Reports

Match Report - MK Dons 0-1 Rovers

11 October 2022

Rovers secured successive wins, with a second-half Antony Evans penalty the difference in Buckinghamshire.

Joey Barton utilised his squad to make three changes to the side for tonight's trip to Buckinghamshire. In came Coutts, Gibson and McCormick for Finley, Hoole and Evans, whilst there was a return to the squad for Harry Anderson.


Rovers flew out of the blocks and a second-minute corner was volleyed just over by Lewis Gibson from the edge of the box. Loft slid into a tackle after four minutes that may have resulted in a booking from other officials, but not Mr Oldham. 

Collins was not so fortunate in the 14th minute, however, as he saw yellow for pulling an MK Dons shirt. Sixty seconds later, it was Collins who was on the receiving end of a foul, resulting in a caution for Harvie.

A good spell of pressure after 19 minutes saw Collins play a lovely ball inside O'Hora for the overlapping Gordon, whose cross was cleared as far as Collins; his fierce shot was charged down.

For all their possession, McCormick had Rovers' first real chance after 25 minutes, when Cumming's sliced clearance fell to Rossiter. He flicked it to an onrushing McCormick, but his shot wasn't the cleanest and bobbled wide of the target.


Ref Oldham was being kept busy, and Rovers' Thomas was booked for a late challenge on Kayode. The resulting free-kick was headed tamely wide and Rovers remained firmly on top.

As the half came to an end, there was one final chance for the Gas. Coburn outmuscled the defenders and played a ball down the line to Collins. His cross was hard across the face of the goal and only the fingers of a diving Cumming kept the ball away from Loft.

The second half started with a header from Johnson straight at Belshaw. Bobby Thomas sprayed a superb forty-yard diagonal pass to Collins, who saw his low cross cleared as Rovers looked to regain control.

Coburn controlled well on his chest, before beating his man and being fouled in the 53rd minute. From the free-kick, Cumming was fouled and MK Dons were able to regroup.

A Coutts interception led to a chance for Loft, but Cummings dived to push his shot behind for a corner. From it, McCormick found space but fired over the bar. It was to be his last contribution, with Finley taking his place.

Gordon was forced to clear from substitute Dennis after 59 minutes as the home side looked to exert some authority.

Collins drove at the defence after 62 minutes, drawing a foul - and a booking - from Jules. His free-kick took a nick off the wall and Rovers had a corner. From it, Gibbons headed back across goal and Gibson's header looked every inch a goal, but Cumming came from nowhere to tip the ball over his bar.

Rossiter was next to go close, firing just wide of the goal after good work from Coutts. There was a double substitution in the 70th minute as Evans and Hoole replaced Gibbons and Coburn. 

Rovers were handed the chance to score in the 75th minute after Ryan Loft was fouled by Johnson in the box. Antony Evans stroked the penalty confidently home to put the Gas a goal to the good.


There were six added minutes for Rovers to see out, which Harry Anderson seemed to be content to do by himself in the corner, shielding the ball from the entire Dons' backline.

Next up for Rovers is a short trip to Cheltenham in Sky Bet League One on Saturday 15th October (Kick-off 3pm).

ROVERS: Belshaw, Gibbons, Gibson, Thomas, Gordon, Coutts (c), McCormick, Rossiter, Loft, Collins, Coburn. 

Substitutes: Jaakkola, Anderson, Finley, Evans, Clarke, Hoole, Jasper.

MK DONS: Cumming, Lewington (c), O'Hora, McEachran, Smith, Grigg, Oyegoke, Johnson, Kayode, Harvie, Jules.

Substitutes: Ravizzoli, Tucker, Robson, Holland, Grant, Barry, Dennis.

Referee: Scott Oldham

Attendance: 6,466

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Ticket News

Ticket Info - MK Dons

18 August 2022

Ticket information for our Sky Bet League One clash against MK Dons in September.

Rovers travel to the Stadium MK on Saturday, 10th September (3pm KO). 

The club would like to remind fans that tickets ARE NOT available to purchase from the club shop on matchdays.

Online ticket sales will open to 2022/2023 Season Ticket holders, sponsors and Share Scheme members from 10am on Monday, 22nd August. Please be aware, Season Ticket holders, sponsors and Share Scheme members are only permitted to purchase one ticket per membership.

Members (Club and Gold members, Helpline and Supporters Club members) will be able to purchase tickets online from 10am on Wednesday, 24th August. Please note, members are only able to purchase one ticket per membership.

Subject to availability, general sale tickets will then be available online from 10am on Friday, 26th August.

To purchase online tickets for this fixture, please click HERE.

Ticket prices can be found below:

Ticket Type Price
Adult £24
Senior (65+) £18
U25 £12
U18 £6
U12 £3 (maximum of three under 12 per paying adult).
PA Free when purchasing a ticket for a disabled supporter.

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