MK Dons vs Crawley Town by GamblerGB
At the beginning of the season MK Dons was at the top of League 1, but in the end of 2012, the results were worse because of many major injuries. They missed many important points and is currently on a disappointing 10th place, which is not good for a team that MK Dons have. Todays match is very important for MK Dons, which most likely will decide their season, with a defeat its almost impossible to reach Yeovil on 6th place, while they with a victory can move closer to the playoffs.
My best argument for this game is MK Dons finally beginning to find the good form from the beginning of the season and they are also a better team than Crawley. There may be a risk for a draw since Crawley has played 5 times a draw in their last 10 games, but as I said, MK Dons in a really good form and I think it will be crucial today.
MK Dons has Lewington available after he has been out with an injury. Lewington can play on all places in defense and therefore he is a very important player in the defense. It fits well with Chicksen will not play today, as he has been struggled with an ankle injury all week and he will be replaced by Lewington at left-back.
Center half Anthony Kay is still out with suspension, while striker McLeod is out with injury. McLeod has lost his place to Ryan Lowe, who has recently been preferred in the attack. MK Dons most important player Luke Chadwick who has been fighting with injuries this season, has in their recent matches been used in second half. But I'm not sure he will start from the start today.
Crawley will check on Matt Sparrow ahead of the trip to MK Dons after the midfielder suffered a knock which forced him off after just 30 minutes in their 3-0 defeat by Shrewsbury. His replacement Josh Simpson is almost just returned from an ankle injury.
MK Dons has the best team and if we compare both clubs recent result, its pointing for a MK Dons victory and thats my best pick in this match.
Play now US Players are welcome
|MK Dons||Marathonbet||1.97||4||0-0 LOST (-4 units)|