Our brand new two minute guide looks ahead to Port Vale’s home fixture against Milton Keynes.
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Pre-match talking points
Vale look to be on the up after their dramatic late draw with Exeter at the weekend and will now surely be looking to make it four points from their back-to-back home games.
The Valiants are likely to line-up with an unchanged line-up although Idris Kanu (right) will doubtless be boosted by his first League goal and pushing for a starting place.
One other item is note is that this game is available to exiled fans in the UK via the Port Vale iFollow service. Fans will be able to watch a live stream on the Internet.
“They are a side who can cause you problems if it all clicks together. At the moment they’re probably just waiting for that to happen, but when it does they will fancy their chances. It’s a team that will present different problems for us, but we have to see if we can impose ourselves onto them and cause them issues…”
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin
“We know that MK Dons are a big team and they’ve invested well this season to try and bounce back up the leagues. However, we are on a good run and we’re playing well as a team, so there is nothing that can stop us doing well on Tuesday night…”
Port Vale winger Luke Hannant
Man in charge
After meeting Tisdale’s successor at Exeter over the weekend it’s now time to meet Paul Tisdale himself. After a marathon twelve year stay at St James Park, Tisdale moved to Milton Keynes in the summer tasked with taking the side up. So far he boasts a 30% win ratio.
He’s been missing from the Vale squad for recent games but should he be picked Antony Kay will line-up against one of his former clubs. Kay spent four years at MK after moving from Huddersfield Town in 2012. He totalled 161 appearances and six goals before being released in 2016.