Robinson not resting regulars

MK Dons boss Karl Robinson insists he won't be resting any of his key players this weekend in preparation for the play-offs.

Last Updated: 02/05/12 at 12:21

Dons: Key players will feature

Dons: Key players will feature

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The Dons require a point from Saturday's home clash with Walsall to secure fourth place and the home advantage in the play-off second leg against Huddersfield.

But Robinson will field his strongest side to face the Terriers on as big a roll as possible.

"I think next week I want to play as strong (a team) as I can," he told MK News.

"I want to lead up to the play-offs with more momentum, and start working on a couple of things.

"It would be a different set of circumstances for me as a manager having the second leg at home - it's important to get that slight advantage."

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