Writer: Kithson Bain
Date:Friday October 22 2010
Tisdale almost has a fully fit squad to chose from for the trip to Milton Keynes
Rob Edwards speaking to Radio Devon...
'We've got goals in our team at the moment which is different from last year, so as long as the lads at the back can keep a clean sheet we're always going to be a threat.
'Away from home we're trying to work on being a little bit tougher as some games can get away from us and we're chasing the game. People say how well we've played but we don't seem to come out with any points.'
MK Dons boss Karl Robinson will have to shuffle his pack, regular starter Peter Leven is suspended after collecting his fifth yellow card of the season against Bournemouth last weekend. He will be joined in the stands by Angelo Balanta who was sent off in the same match. Jemal Johnson, Stephen Gleeson and Mark Carrington will all be hoping for starting berths.
O'Hanlon missed almost all of last season through injury but the inspirational defender is back at the heart of The Dons defence.
Exeter welcome back Troy Archibald-Henville from a one game suspension and he is likely to displace Rob Edwards at the heart of the defence. The news that Jamie Cureton is fit again will be a boost to The Grecians and will give Paul Tisdale plenty of striking options. David Noble and Daniel Nardiello are pushing for starts but Captain Matt Taylor remains an absentee, still sidelined with a back injury.
Logan is in the form of his life and will be looking to add to his six league goals
Stadium MK will be a familiar sight for Exeter having played twice there last season. City came out on the wrong side of a seven goal thriller in the FA Cup before returning to snatch a 1-1 draw in the league fixture thanks to Barry Corr`s superb injury time leveller. Mk Dons have had an up and down start to the season and currently lie 11th in League 1 just two points behind The Grecians.
Mk Dons have an excellent home record MKD 2-1 Exeter City
Exeter City V Brentford
Tranmere V MK Dons
Date:Friday October 22 2010
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