Exeter manager Paul Tisdale could recall Artur Krysiak to his side.
Krysiak has been occupying the bench in the Grecians’ last two games due to illness and Tisdale may decide to recall the shot-stopper after Paul Jones conceded six goals in total against Southampton and Brighton.
Midfielder James Dunne has only been fit enough to occupy the bench due to illness but is now pushing for a start while fellow midfielder Ryan Harley, who has been subject to a bid from Brighton, is likely to continue in Tisdale’s starting line-up.
Midfielder Liam Sercombe will play amid reported interest from Premier League duo Fulham and Wolves, but Tisdale had some good news on Friday afternoon when veteran striker Jamie Cureton committed himself to the club until the end of the season.
Cureton, 35, has scored 10 times for the Grecians this term and is set to resume his partnership with Richard Logan against the Dons.
MK Dons have no new injury worries for their trip to Exeter.
Sam Baldock made his first start since recovering from an ankle injury in the 1-0 defeat to Yeovil and is expected to line up once more after suffering no ill-effects.
Luke Chadwick stepped up his return to first-team action with another substitute appearance against the Glovers and could be in line to start.
Jude Stirling is still to shake off a groin injury, while on-loan QPR striker Angelo Balanta will be out of action until March with an ankle problem.
The Dons are looking to get their promotion bid back on track after the Yeovil loss and boss Karl Robinson will be keen to end a run of three consecutive defeats on the road.