Name: MK Dons
Manager: Karl Robinson
Ground + Capacity: Stadium:MK – 30,500
Sat Nav Post Code: MK1 1ST
Nearest Train Station: Fenny Stratford
Last Meeting: MK Dons 1-3 Millwall – 23/02/10
Club Website: www.mkdons.com/
AT 10/1, bookies have placed MK Dons as joint-second favourites to win promotion.
Having been relegated from the Championship last season, the Dons will be looking to bounce straight back, but they will meet tough competition at the summit.
In conjunction with that, the mouth-watering prospect of two league meetings with arch-rivals AFC Wimbledon will surely interest all football fans.
In their attempts to win promotion, Karl Robinson will be a key figure.
The young, hungry and intelligent manager is regarded by some as one of the best English managers outside the Premier League.
Stalwart Dean Lewington will provide experience at the back, premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/weight-loss/ whilst new signing and ex-Lion Ed Upson will provide the club with guile and ball-playing skills in the midfield.
The Lions head to Milton Keynes on the second match-day of the season, however, you have to go back to 2010 to find the two clubs' last meeting.
With Kenny Jackett's side chasing promotion from League One, they were helped on their way by three precious points at Stadium:MK.
Danny Schofield gave Millwall the lead after 19 minutes, but Aaron Wilbraham levelled proceedings eight minutes after the half-time break.
However, a brace from Neil Harris in the last half hour handed the Lions the victory and sent them up to seventh in the table.
The home fixture that season saw Steve Morison net an injury-time winner in a 3-2 thriller.