Burton comes from a narrow home victory against Fleetwood last Saturday evening, thanks to a goal from Edwards in the 89th minute.
The game itself was quite a balanced one, however, it was the home team that was willing to risk slightly more in the last phase of the game and were awarded for it.
The team is now in the first half of the table, but actually just two points behind the playoff zone and have a perfect chance to reach the sixth position in case of a victory here.
Sarkic and Akins should lead their attack in a version of a 4-3-1-2 formation. Their manager Clough could stick to the same starting lineup as three days ago. Midfielder Daniel was taken off due to head injury last weekend and remains doubtful, as well as winger Templeton.
MK Dones took a point in their away match against Coventry in a 1:1 game. They stood behind in the scoreline already in the first minute and everything was pointing out that the home team will clinch the victory.
However, a little bit less reliable approach and lack of concentration cost them too much towards the end. It was Morris who leveled up the result in the 75th minute leaving no time for the home team to react back again.
The team now stands three points above the relegation zone, being in a decent four matches undefeated run.
MK Dons are set to play in a version of a 4-3-1-2 formation too, with Mason and Healey as forwards. They should have no fresh injury worries.
Burton is looking really improved in their recent home matches and if the team repeats anything close to similar of their recent clashes, they are strong favorites to get the three-pointer here too. MK Dons are simply not even close to a really reliable and stable team on the road.