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24 January 2022

BREWERS Assistant Manager Dino Maamria said his side are now looking for consistency after an unbeaten start to 2022.

The Brewers will look to continue the run against MK Dons tomorrow night at the Pirelli Stadium.

“We are going step by step, we said from the beginning we have a young team and the longer they play together, the cohesion will grow.”

“We’ve been very good recently, especially over the last four games and we are now just looking for that consistency.

“I thought Saturday against Wimbledon our performance was very good, the energy of the team, the work ethic and the high intensity was excellent.

“I think we lacked a little bit of control however, and that is what gave them a few chances.”

Dino also gave an update on injuries ahead of tomorrow night’s clash.

“Cameron (Borthwick-Jackson) had a knock on Saturday and it's also Sam Hughes' first time playing two games so close in a long time, so we will check on him too.”

"Otherwise there are no new injury concerns."

Dino continued and admitted he expects a very different game from MK Dons to that of Wimbledon.

“MK Dons are going to be very different opposition to what Wimbledon were and we will see what happens tomorrow.

“We probably won’t have as much of the ball as we did on Saturday, so we need to make sure that we are switched on and when we have to have the ball, we need to capitalise on their weaknesses.

“We would like to control the possession a little more of course, it is a work in progress.

“Our form at home has been good though, especially under the flood lights on a Tuesday night. If we can bring the same intensity from previous weeks then we can beat anyone at the Pirelli Stadium.”


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