Date: 27th February 2015 at 9:29am
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MK Dons travel to Coventry on Saturday as they look to maintain their position in the top two.

The Dons have won their last two and will be full of confidence for a game that up to 2000 Dons fans could be attending as a result of the #2K2COV campaign.

David Martin is expected to retake his position in goal after a spell out injured, although Dean Bowditch, Mark Randall and Dele Alli remain out.

New loan signing from Chelsea Lewis Baker will be eligible to make his debut, although will face competition from Carruthers and Andrews to play next to Potter in central midfield with Alli`s absence.

Robinson has also hinted that he will rest former Coventry captain Carl Baker who hasn`t missed a game since November.

Dave Hockaday and Neil MacFarlane will take charge of Coventry following Steven Pressley’s dismissal as manager on Monday.

The Sky Blues were full of confidence when they moved back to the Ricoh arena in September, but now without a win in seven games sit 21st in the table.

However, the Dons will have to be aware of the effect a new manager can have on a team, and Coventry know that a win could lift them out of the relegation zone.

The score was 0-0 between two sides at stadium:mk back in August, but the Dons will be desperate for three points this time round.