Skip to main content Skip to site footer
Match Previews


19 November 2021

BURTON Albion will look to bounce back from last week’s home defeat to Charlton Athletic as they head to Stadium MK tomorrow (20, November) to take on MK Dons, 3pm Kick-off.


The Brewers come into the match without a win in the last three league matches, with the last game ending in a narrow 1-0 defeat to Charlton at the Pirelli Stadium.

MK Dons recent run of three games unbeaten came to an end when they were knocked out of the FA Cup by Stevenage on Tuesday night. The tie which was decided by replay ended 2-1 to Stevenage after the original tie finished 2-2.



The sides have only met five times in competitive fixtures with the record between the two shared equally. Both teams have two victories each with the other ending in a draw.

The first ever meeting between the two came as early as October 2019 in Sky Bet League One, where the Brewers ran out 3-0 at Stadium MK. A double from Liam Boyce and an Oliver Sarkic goal secured what was the first of two wins over MK Dons in the 2019/20 season.



Daniel Jebbison and Terry Taylor will be available for selection after returning from international duty. Tom Hamer is set to return to the squad following suspension, but Jonny Smith and Deji Oshilaja will be missing due to suspensions.



Josh Martin and Harry Darling will both miss the fixture due to suspensions, but Peter Kioso will return to the side after missing the Dons’ previous game against Stevenage.



The man with the whistle will be Neil Hair, who will be assisted by Scott Williams and Michael Webb. The Fourth Official will be Joseph Stokes.



The game is not available to livestream, but you can buy an audio only Match pass for £2.50.



Brewers’ fans travelling in a vehicle for the trip to MK Dons are being urged to plan their return journey due to closures on the M1.

The M1 between junctions 14 to 15 northbound will be closed for around 55 hours from 10.30pm on Friday 19 November to 6am on Monday 22 November.

Supporters are encouraged to make alternative arrangements and to use routes such as the M40, A1 or the M11 with the A14 for their trip home.

Diversion routes will be clearly signed for the duration of this road closure.

Advertisement block