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The referee ends the match.
The referee starts the second half.
The players leave the pitch at half time.
Foul by Ben Reeves on Neil Kilkenny, free kick awarded.
Neil Kilkenny restarts play with the free kick.
The referee blows for offside.
David Martin restarts play with the free kick.
Centre by Neil Kilkenny.
Free kick crossed by Stephen Gleeson.
Handball decision goes against Tom Clarke.
Centre by Scott Laird.
Corner taken by Neil Kilkenny.
Scott Wiseman delivers the ball.
The official flags Joe Garner offside.
Stephen Gleeson restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Izale McLeod by Neil Kilkenny results in a free kick.
Free kick crossed by Declan Rudd.
Bailey Wright fouled by George Baldock, the ref awards a free kick.
Centre by Scott Wiseman.
Keith Keane sends in a cross.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Neil Kilkenny by Bamidele Alli.
Kevin Davies gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Dean Lewington.
Shot by Stephen Gleeson. Declan Rudd catches the ball.
Foul by Jordan Spence on Joe Garner, free kick awarded.
Corner taken by Neil Kilkenny from the left by-line.
Samir Carruthers goes off and George Baldock comes on.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Stephen Gleeson.
Samir Carruthers manages to make a clearance.
John Welsh sends in a cross.
Scott Laird has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the goal.
Free kick taken by Antony Kay.
John Welsh challenges Stephen Gleeson unfairly and gives away a free kick.
The match begins.
Robinson to keep the faith
MK Dons boss Karl Robinson could name an unchanged side for the clash with Preston.
The Dons have been victorious in each of their last two league games and Robinson could be tempted to stick with the same team that came from behind to beat Oldham 2-1 on Saturday.
Midfielder Darren Potter (Achilles) will miss the next six weeks, while Dean Bowditch (groin) also remains sidelined.
Winger Ryan Hall was a second-half substitute in his side's last two matches and he is in contention to make his full debut should the manager wish to make any changes.
Preston boss Simon Grayson will weigh up his options.
Promotion-chasing North End have used a variety of different line-ups and formations throughout the campaign and Grayson has suggested he will be tinkering again in Milton Keynes.
Defender Tom Clarke (thigh) and teenager forward Josh Brownhill (groin) both returned from respective injuries at the weekend to give Grayson a full complement of options.
Such is the Lilywhites' strength that Canada international Iain Hume was not even in the matchday squad with Grayson suggesting he, amongst others, could be brought back in from the cold.
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