Coventry v MK Dons preview

Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Coventry City and MK Dons at Sixfields Stadium.

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Coventry manager Steven Pressley could welcome back several key players for the clash with MK Dons.

Callum Wilson (hamstring), Dan Seaborne (bruised bone) and Jordan Clarke (illness) all missed the midweek draw with Bradford but Pressley is hopeful they will all be fit to face the Dons.

John Fleck is definitely available after serving a two-match ban for picking up 10 yellow cards this season.

The Sky Blues, deducted 10 points before the season began, look destined for a mid-table finish despite going three games without defeat.

MK Dons boss Karl Robinson could be without five players as his side face Coventry.

An ankle injury sustained by Ryan Hall means he joins Ben Reeves (ankle), Darren Potter (Achilles) and Lee Hodson (hip) in the treatment room.

Stephen Gleeson, who is struggling with a calf problem, is also rated as "touch and go" by Robinson. However, there is better news on striker Izale McLeod, who trained on Thursday after recovering from his calf injury.

The Dons sit six points off the play-off places having won just one of their last four games.

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