Tranmere Rovers host Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday 13th January, looking for a sixth consecutive home league victory.
Nigel Adkins’ side beat Notts County 4-2 at Prenton Park on New Year’s Day to extend their run, although were defeated 1-0 away to Barrow last time out.
Rovers haven’t lost a home match in the division since October, which has helped them to climb away from the bottom two.
MK Dons are 8th in League Two after a resurgence under new boss Mike Williamson, who joined the club three months ago.
The Buckinghamshire side were nine league games unbeaten before a 3-0 defeat at Doncaster Rovers on 1st January but are level on points with the Play-Off places.
Nigel Adkins confirmed pre-match that Harvey Saunders will be sidelined for a few weeks with a hamstring injury picked up against Barrow, while Lee O'Connor will be assessed ahead of the weekend.
Luke Norris, Jake Leake and Jéan Belehouan are continuing their recoveries.
Last time out:
Last five meetings:
12th August 2023 - MK Dons 1-0 Tranmere Rovers - League Two
SCORERS - Eisa
2nd November 2019 - MK Dons 1-3 Tranmere Rovers - League One
SCORERS: Hepburn-Murphy x3
13th April 2019 - Tranmere Rovers 2-1 MK Dons - League Two
SCORERS – Perkins, Jennings
29th September 2018 - MK Dons 1-1 Tranmere Rovers - League Two
SCORERS - Smith
1st February 2014 - MK Dons 0-1 Tranmere Rovers – League One
SCORERS – Lowe
One to watch: Daniel Kemp
It was only three weeks ago that Daniel Kemp played for Swindon Town at Prenton Park, while on loan from MK Dons
The 25-year-old will now return with his parent club, after being recalled to Stadium MK for the second half of the season.
Kemp produced 14 goals and eight assists in 25 games with the Robins, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see his form continue as MK Dons contend for a place in the Play-Offs.
Head Coach: Mike Williamson
Mike Williamson was appointed as the Head Coach of MK Dons in October, replacing Graham Alexander. He was in charge of Gateshead at the time, who he won the National League North title with in 2022.
The 40-year-old will, perhaps, be best known as a regular fixture of Newcastle United’s defence between 2009 and 2015. He won three promotions in total as a player and had spells with the likes of Southampton and Watford, as well as the Magpies.
Williamson was an instant hit as a coach, leading Gateshead to the National League as a player-manager, before joining MK Dons and guiding them from 16th to 8th.
Referee - Darren Drysdale
Assistant Referees - Daniel Robinson & Grant Taylor
Fourth Official - Alex Gray
Drysdale last refereed Rovers in our 3-1 league loss to Newport County in March 2023.
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