Paul Tisdale believes MK Dons’ promotion back to League One was payback for the supporters who have stuck with the club through their dark days.
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MK Dons beat Mansfield 1-0 at Stadium MK to leapfrog the Stags and claim the third and final automatic promotion place in League Two.
George Williams and Joe Walsh could return to the MK Dons starting line-up for their winner-takes-all clash with automatic promotion rivals Mansfield.
Paul Tisdale admits it is “winner takes all” when MK Dons take on Mansfield on the final day with an automatic promotion place at stake after they lost 2-0 at play-off hopefuls Colchester.
Colchester ensured their play-off chase will go down to the final day of the season after beating automatic promotion hopefuls MK Dons 2-0.
Colchester boss John McGreal will be without suspended goalkeeper Dillon Barnes for the visit of promotion-chasing MK Dons.
Paul Tisdale admitted MK Dons were sub-par during their 1-1 draw with Port Vale – but still felt they had enough to get all three points.
Kieran Agard missed a penalty as MK Dons were held to a 1-1 draw against Port Vale which saw the hosts drop out of the automatic promotion spots.
George Williams and Robbie Simpson could be pushing for recalls when MK Dons look to take a step closer to promotion when they host Port Vale.
MK Dons are in the driving seat for promotion to League One after a 2-1 win over Notts County – the same day as their coach broke down and they nearly missed the game.
Notts County’s survival hopes suffered a major blow as MK Dons surged to 2-1 victory at Meadow Lane.