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Racing to a three goal lead after 22 minutes during Saturday’s visit to Accrington Stanley, it had looked as if Wednesday would go on and record a comfortable victory.
Instead, Accrington struck twice without reply to leave the Sheffield-based side hanging on towards the end, where they were able to grind out a hard-fought win.
Moving above Oxford United and into seventh, Wednesday are now within two points of sixth-placed Sunderland in the final playoff spot.
Ending a run of five consecutive draws in the league with the victory over Accrington, Wednesday’s season looks to be back on track, with supporters hoping for an immediate return to the Championship.
Despite their stuttering form of late, the home side are unbeaten in their last seven League One matches, with just one loss in their previous 11.
Extending that run to one loss in 12 will be the target for Darren Moore, whose attention will now switch towards picking up their first home win since early October.
A 1-0 victory over Bolton Wanderers on October 9th was the last time Wednesday picked up three points at Hillsborough, whilst simultaneously also being the Owls’ last clean sheet in the league.
Looking to become the seventh consecutive side to net against Wednesday will be MK Dons, who have stabilised their ship after a period of inconsistency.
Capable of scoring goals from all across the pitch, defender Chey Dunkley was amongst the scorers in a fruitful afternoon against Accrington.
However, their exploits in Lancashire were made all the more impressive due to the absence of top scorer Lee Gregory, who has netted six times this season.
The striker may feature off the bench against MK Dons, yet he is unlikely to start the match at Hillsborough.
Similarly, MK Dons have enjoyed their time in front of goal this season, with no side in the division having scored more goals than them at this stage.
Scott Twine leads the scoring charts for the visitors with eight goals for the campaign, whilst Max Watters was the only man on target in their recent 1-0 win over Burton.
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At the other end of the pitch, Andy Fisher has started all league games bar one this season and the shot-stopper will be eyeing up his first back-to-back clean sheets of the campaign.
Sheffield Wednesday possible starting lineup:
Peacock-Farrell; Brennan, Dunkley, Palmer; Hunt, Dele-Bashiru, Luongo, Corbeanu, Bannan; Paterson, Kamberi
MK Dons possible starting lineup:
Fisher; Lewington, O’Hora, Baldwin; Kioso, Kasumu, McEachran, Harvie; O’Riley, Watters, Twine