Yeovil v MK Dons preview
Last Updated: 24/09/18 4:16pm
Yeovil have an unchanged squad for the visit of MK Dons.
Glovers boss Darren Way, whose side can go fourth in the table with victory, has said he expects a response from his players after Saturday's 3-0 home defeat to Swindon.
Way has no new injury or suspension issues so must decide whether to give the same team the chance to redeem themselves, or make changes. The likes of Rhys Browne, Tom James, Jake Gray and Olufela Olomola are options for the manager should he opt for changes.
MK Dons will check on the fitness of Baily Cargill after he missed the defeat at Lincoln through injury. But boss Paul Tisdale is hopeful the former Bournemouth defender will be available this time at Huish Park.
Chuks Aneke looked isolated as a lone striker on Saturday but the Dons improved when Rhys Healey and Kieran Agard were introduced from the bench just before the hour mark and those two could be in from the start on Tuesday night. A first win in four League Two matches would see the Milton Keynes club climb to fifth in the table.
Yeovil and MK Dons last met in December 2016 in the Football League Trophy, with the Glovers winning 4-1 at Huish Park.
MK Dons last faced Yeovil in a league match on the final day of the 2014-15 season in League, winning 5-1 at Stadium MK.
Yeovil have won just one of their last 10 home league games (D3 L6), beating Stevenage 2-0 last month.
MK Dons have scored just 12 goals in their last 15 league games, netting more than once on just one occasion in that run (2-1 vs Oldham).
MK Dons' defeat against Lincoln last time out ended a 25-game unbeaten run in League Two, dating back to January 2008.