Date: 3rd March 2017 at 5:49pm
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Manager Neil Harris has been meeting with the press ahead of this weekend’s game against MK Dons.

With a one nil victory over Peterborough in midweek lifting us into the top six and the Play Off spots, Harris told the official site that at this point of the season it’s just about getting ‘over the line’ and picking up results, so for him if we have to win ugly and grind out victories to keep us in the promotion hunt, he’ll more than take that now.

‘It’s not about being the better team at this stage of the season. It’s not about having the most possession or even the most chances. It’s about getting over the line.’

Dons head to The Den looking to extend their current unbeaten run to three matches, so Harris knows it’s going to be another tough test for us, and he feels it might be similar to the Peterborough game in many ways.

‘It’s going to present another difficult test for us. MK Dons are a similar team to Peterborough. They are very good with the football, very attack-minded and very unpredictable going forward. It’s important that we are at our best. We have just got back into the top six and we have to be at our best because we can’t afford to be slipping out again.’

In terms of team news, goalkeeper Jordan Archer is unlikely to be back as he continues his recovery from the injury he picked up against Leicester City in the FA Cup, but Harris remains confident in Tom King following his performances helping us to nine straight clean sheets and Jed Wallace and Steve Morison will be assessed prior to kick off with the knocks they have that saw them miss the midweek encounter.

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