MK Dons moved out of the Sky Bet League One relegation zone with a convincing 3-0 win over Bristol Rovers.
Rhys Healey’s third goal in as many games had MK on their way, before second-half strikes from Sam Nombe and former Bristol City striker Kieran Agard rounded things off, leaving new Rovers boss Ben Garner winless in his first three games in charge.
The visitors should have taken the lead inside 13 minutes when Jonson Clarke-Harris’ cross found the unmarked Luke Leahy in the Dons box, but his first-time strike was superbly saved by home goalkeeper Lee Nicholls.
MK scored minutes later, though, when frontman Healey swivelled in the Rovers box to beat his marker before firing an emphatic left-footed strike home to continue his impressive goalscoring form.
Russell Martin’s men doubled their lead just after the hour, when Dean Lewington’s pass sent striker Nombe through on goal, before the youngster tapped home.
Agard then added a third late on as MK leapfrogged Tranmere to move three points clear of the drop zone.