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The Big Match Preview: MK Dons vs Wycombe

All you need to know.

31 January 2020

Team news, tickets, travel and more...

Milton Keynes Dons vs Wycombe Wanderers
Saturday 1st February 2020 (kick off 3pm)
Stadium MK
Referee: Darren Handley

Wanderers' record in Buckinghamshire so far this season has been a major driving force behind their second-place standing in League 1, so they'll hope for more home comforts up the road in Milton Keynes as they take on a Dons outfit who've pulled themselves away from the relegation zone under new manager Russell Martin.

February 1st will mark the 10-year anniversary of Gareth Ainsworth joining Wycombe on a permanent deal after leaving QPR, and he goes head-to-head in the dugout with a former Wanderer in Martin, with whom he recently completed a Diploma in Football Management at the University of Liverpool.

MK have won four of their last five games on home turf, while the Blues are looking for a remedy to recent travel sickness which leaves them currently without an away win or goal since they visited Tranmere in November.

They will of course be buoyed by a stylish performance in Tuesday's 2-1 win over Blackpool, and fans are advised to stay beyond the finish, with each of the past five encounters all including stoppage-time goals.

Wanderers fans are encouraged to join in with a minute's applause in the 62nd minute in memory of Mark Bird, who passed away after falling ill ahead of Tuesday's game at Adams Park. The Wycombe players will be wearing t-shirts bearing his name during the warm-up as a mark of respect.

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Tickets are available to buy on arrival at Stadium MK.

Prices are as follows:

Adults: £22
Seniors (65+): £17
Under 18s: £7
Under 12s: FREE

Away tickets made available for collection can be picked up from the home club's stadium from 1.30pm on the day of the game.

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Giles Phillips is available again following suspension, with just Fred Onyedinma and Jack Grimmer on the treatment table.

MK Dons expect to have Conor McGrandles available again after injury, while Joe Mason is a doubt.

Wycombe will play in blue at Stadium MK.

The referee is Darren Handley, who was in charge of the 3-0 win over Rochdale in September, and has shown 88 yellow and eight red cards in 24 matches so far.


By Adrian Wood


Using the car? These are the recommended road directions
Please note that the stadium is nowhere near the centre of Milton Keynes. If you do get lost follow directions to Bletchley and/or IKEA. Follow the brown football signs which are located on all main approaches to the area. From Wycombe take the A4010 and the A413 to Aylesbury. Follow signs to the A418, Leighton Buzzard and Milton Keynes. Bear left at the roundabout onto the A4146. At the Kelly’s Kitchen roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A5. Exit the road signposted Central Bletchley and take the first exit off Redmoor Roundabout. The stadium turning is on the left.

Mileage from High Wycombe = 36 (The journey should take around 1 hour)

Recommended area for car parking
There are 2,000 car parking spaces at the stadium, which cost £7 per vehicle. Otherwise, you can street park in the Denbigh West industrial estate. After passing the stadium entrance on your left, turn right at the next roundabout, called Granby roundabout, and then take the next turn left, and immediately left again onto the industrial estate called Denbigh West. Don't park at the adjacent Asda Store as you may end up with a £60 parking ticket.

Using the train?
This is not really recommended. The nearest station is Fenny Stratford on the local Bletchley-Bedford line. This is just over a mile away. Bletchley station is about two miles away. Milton Keynes Central is about four miles away but Arriva do operate a half hourly bus service from there (journey time around 20 minutes).

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Facilities for away fans
The ground capacity is 30,500 (all seated). Away supporters are normally located in the North East Corner. The view of the playing action and leg room are both good and the concourses are spacious offering a good range of food. The Club operates automatic turnstiles, where you put your ticket (which has a barcode on it) into a slot reader and a green light will signify that one can enter. Programmes (priced £3) are bought outside the stadium. Visiting supporters can purchase tickets on the day of the game from the Box Office as well as the away cash booth, which is situated by the away end. The MKD phone number is 01908 622 922.

Time on your hands?
The stadium is located adjacent to the A5, but well away from the centre of Milton Keynes, so there is little on offer in the way of pubs. Very nearby though are KFC & McDonalds outlets, plus recently opened behind the North Stand, is an Odeon Cinema that also has several eating places out front. There is also Fenny Stratford which is located a mile south of the stadium along Watling Street. This apparently has seven pubs within a five-minute walk of each other plus a fish and chip shop.

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Match Reports

Report: MK Dons 2-0 Wycombe

Second-half goals condemn Blues to defeat at Stadium MK.

1 February 2020

Second-half goals from Rhys Healey and Ben Gladwin condemned the Blues to defeat at Stadium MK on Saturday afternoon.

After a tepid first 45 minutes, the game burst to life with Healey's close-range opener, and there was no way back after Gladwin beat David Stockdale from 20 yards.

Gareth Ainsworth was able to recall Joe Jacobson to the side after injury, but Darius Charles missed out as a precaution, paving the way for Sido Jombati to come into the defence while Curtis Thompson also replaced Matt Bloomfield in midfield.

On the 10th anniversary of Ainsworth joining Wanderers on a permanent deal from QPR, the Blues boss poignantly dashed to applaud the away fans before kick-off, unveiling a t-shirt in memory of supporter Mark Bird, who passed away on Tuesday evening after falling ill at Adams Park ahead of the win over Blackpool.

An uneventful first 15 minutes saw Dean Lewington booked for a foul on David Wheeler, while the first shot of the game flew over the bar from Joe Jacobson’s right boot 25 yards out.

Lewington’s attempt to stoke up a rivalry with his former team-mate Wheeler added a slight edge to the game, with referee Darren Handley doing well to keep a handle on matters, as Wanderers’ high press continued to dent the Dons’ attempt to pass their way to goal from the back.

Dominic Gape was the second name into the ref’s notebook for a foul on 35 minutes, and Wanderers almost opened the scoring when Curtis Thompson leathered Paul Smyth’s cross back across goal, and Alex Samuel’s deft touch saw it loop goalwards only to be tipped over by Lee Nicholls.

Dons thought they’d scored in first-half stoppage time but Sam Nombe was adjudged offside after tapping home the rebound from Alex Gilbey’s fierce low shot which was well saved by David Stockdale.

Joe Jacobson went close to scoring from an inswinging corner after the interval, before Sido Jombati’s intervention to deflect Sam Nombe’s cross behind for a corner was vital given the two unmarked Dons players waiting in the box to convert a pacy counter-attack.

After a well-observed minute’s applause in the 62nd minute for Mark Bird, Paul Smyth was booked for a foul 25 yards out, and while the initial free-kick came to nothing, Dons were presented with a great chance when George Williams turned the ball goalwards and David Stockdale brilliantly tipped it to safety.

The danger wasn’t averted, though, and Dons made the breakthrough moments later. After the initial corner was cleared, a superb cross was flicked on to the back post where Rhys Healey was waiting to tap home from close range, giving Stockdale no chance.

Wycombe responded immediately by bringing Josh Parker into the attack in place of Paul Smyth, and he almost had an equaliser straightaway, delicately flicking Jason McCarthy’s low cross towards the back post but seeing it land agonisingly the wrong side.

Alex Pattison replaced Alex Samuel to prompt a change in shape, before the Dons replaced Louis Thompson with Conor McGrandles and Healey with Ben Gladwin.

An injury to Carlton Morris prompted Dons boss Russell Martin to bring David Kasumu into the action, and before long it was 2-0 to the home side, with Ben Gladwin holding off two challenges before bending home into the bottom corner from 20 yards.

Matt Bloomfield came on for Gape in midfield, before Anthony Stewart was booked for an act of dissent, but there was no late drama - for once - in a meeting with MK, as seven minutes came and went without any hopes of a comeback being fulfilled, despite Parker's free-kick curling narrowly wide of the near post in the closing stages.

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Ticket News

Tickets on sale: MK Dons (A, 01/02)

Make the short journey to the north of the county on February 1st.

13 January 2020

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Tickets are now on sale for Wanderers' League 1 fixture at Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday 1st February (k.o. 3pm).

Wycombe have received an initial allocation of 700 seats, with more available on request.

Tickets will be available to buy on the day of the game at no extra cost.

Prices are as follows:

Adults: £22
Seniors (65+): £17
Under 18s: £7
Under 12s: FREE

Head to to book your seats.

*Away tickets made available for collection can be picked up from Adams Park until 12pm on Friday 31st January, or from the home club's stadium from 1.30pm on the day of the game.

1) Select the MK Dons vs Wycombe fixture
2) Choose collection* or postage, and hit 'Place Your Order'
3) Select the ticket types and quantities you wish to purchase, and hit 'Please continue'
4) Continue through the next steps to confirm your order, input your personal details, and make the payment
5) Once your payment is complete, you'll receive a receipt with a QR code, but this is NOT your ticket. For all away fixtures, you'll need a traditional paper ticket, which you can receive by post, or collect it (see point 3 above)

To book coach travel, visit

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