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Stevenage won 2-1 at MK Dons in our match with goals from Tounkara and Freeman. If you fancy placing a bet on a similar Boro victory at stadiummk tomorrow then head over to Sky Bet now. You can currently get odds of 95/1 on a 2-1 Stevenage win with Oumare scoring first. Just imagine putting a fiver or tenner on that and it coming true!
You can find more odds on our game v MK Dons below below...
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There were five away victories last weekend in Sky Bet League 1, but will the away sides pull off more shocks again this weekend?
Stevenage will be looking to Luke Freeman to fire them to victory against an MK Dons side that lost to nine-man Peterborough last weekend. You can back Freeman to score at anytime during the game on Saturday at 5/1.
Boro will be looking to rekindle their performance away to Notts County at the end of last month where they fully dominated the game and came away with a well deserved 1-0 win. A similar performance on Saturday against MK Dons will give Stevenage a great chance of picking up the three points. They're currently 9/2 to do so and they can take confidence from having won at stadiummk last season.
It certainly wont be an easy task, however, and a narrow win is likely to be their best chance of success. Stevenage have had fewer than three goals in eight of their last 11 away matches and their four road trips this season have seen just five goals in total. MK Dons have conceded just eight goals so far this Sky Bet League 1 season, making the 5/6 for under 2.5 goals on Saturday very appealing.
Other reasons to bet:
Remember, if you haven't already got a Sky Bet account, you can get a completely free £10 when you join and Stevenage will also get £10 when you make your first deposit.
As well as that, Stevenage will benefit as you bet throughout the season, so make sure you open your account via www.skybet.com/stevenage
Please note – prices subject to change