Date: 21st February 2014 at 7:18pm
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Milton Keynes Dons return to a ground that’s seen happy times in the past when the league one campaign continues tomorrow.

Bradford entertain MK Dons at Valley Parade on Saturday afternoon.

Samir Carruthers’ knee injury looks likely to keep him out but quite how serious this is isn’t yet known.

Another troubled is Lee Hodson and he might miss out having played through ‘the pain barrier’ of late.

Darren Potter (Achilles), Dean Bowditch (groin) and Tom Flanagan (knee) all miss out though.

Karl Robinson knows that Bradford have found the going tough this season, having come up from league two last season, but it is a club that will also hold a special place for him seen as the league two title was won on that ground.

Ahead of the game the MK Dons boss told BBC Three Counties Radio: ‘It would have been hard for Bradford to replicate the success of last year. It was an amazing year for them.

‘The Bradford fans are very unique. There’s 10,000-plus going.

‘It’s a special place in my heart. It’s where we won the league (League Two in 2007-08). I’ll never forgot going there.’

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