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MK Dons Match Preview

11 October 2012

The Sky cameras will be at Deepdale on Sunday afternoon as Preston North End lock horns with MK Dons...

Preston North End v MK Dons
Sunday 14th October, 1.15pm 
npower League One 
So far this season Mr Pawson has taken charge of seven games, handing out 29 yellow cards and one red.

The last time Mr Pawson visited Deepdale was on the opening day of last season when Colchester United beat PNE 4-2.

The referee for Sunday’s game between Preston North End and MK Dons is Mr Craig Pawson. Mr Pawson from South Yorkshire has been an official since the 2007/08 season and has refereed the majority of his career in the Football League.
The Referee

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PNE's premium content channel provides you with live audio commentary and extended video highlights of every game, so you never have to miss out on any action. You can also benefit from exclusive PNE news, behind the scenes footage and interviews with the team.

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PNE Player

9 Bowditch 10 MacDonald 14 Lowe

6 Williams 7 Gleeson 8 Potter 11 Smith 17 Powell 22 Alli 22 Galloway 23 O'Shea 26 Chadwick 28 Allan

2 Otsemobor 3 Lewington 4 Doumbe 5 MacKenzie 12 Chicksen 24 Kay

1 Martin 16 McLoughlin

A squad blended with youth and experience, the Buckinghamshire side have lost twice on the road this season, with the only win on their travels coming at Bury last month.

The Dons, with former Arsenal legend Ian Wright now on their coaching staff have been strong contenders for promotion in the last couple of years, and the way they have started the 2012/13 season, they look likely to be in the mix once again in April.

MK Dons will make their second trip of the calendar year to Deepdale this weekend as they look to cement their place in the League One Play-Off zone.
The Dons

All this and more is available for just £3 per issue. On sale from Friday afternoon at the Club's ticket and retail store at Deepdale, online at and on the day from the programme sellers inside and outside Deepdale. Make sure you get yours!

We have out eight page section to entertain our younger fans in our 'Half-Time Interval', which this weeks includes a poster of North End No.7 David Amoo.

The manager and Club captain write their weekly columns, whilst John Thomas and George Wolf feature in our look back at the greatest goalscorers and clean sheet keepers in North End's long history.

You can find an extended interview with Jack King, plus your questions put to Aussie defender Bailey Wright. We also have interviews with Stuart Beavon, Nicky Wroe, Dons skipper Dean Lewington, former winger Eric Jones, plus all our regular features.

Don't miss out on getting your copy of The One And Only this Sunday, with an action-packed 84 pages of content.
The One And Only

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Ambassadors also have an opportunity to be part of this offer, able to purchase an additional ticket for the Sheffield United game for half price.

To guarantee the offer, tickets must be purchased together before the close of business on Saturday 13th October, 5pm at the ticket and retail store at Deepdale.

Any supporter purchasing a ticket for the MK Dons game will be able to purchase a ticket for the Sheffield United game for half price.

Take advantage of our superb October ticketing offer as the Club look to claim six points against promotion contenders MK Dons and Sheffield United at Deepdale.
Ticket News

Lee Holmes and Lee Trundle remain long term absentees and won’t be considered.

Australian defender Shane Cansdell-Sheriff will be back in contention after serving his one match suspension.
Team News

Dons, managed by Karl Robinson, who was a keen spectator at the Globe Arena on Tuesday night will be without the services of Gary MacKenzie and fellow defender Antony Kay.

Manager Graham Westley will be looking for his side to get back to winning ways in League One, but can take optimism from North End’s second half display in the JPT against Morecambe on Tuesday night.

It will be the second time in ten months the two teams have faced each other in front of the nation, with the Lilywhites winning 1-0 at the stadium mk in December 2011.

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