ACCRINGTON Stanley are expecting an MK Dons onslaught in their final game of a rollercoaster League Two season.
Martin Allen's side can still sneak into the final automatic promotion spot if they win and Swindon lose tomorrow (Sat) - but they also need to make up a four goal difference on the Robins.
Stanley winger Andy Todd admitted the Reds are prepared to be bombarded.
"It makes it really interesting," said Todd.
"We have no pressure and every time we score they will have to get one more. If we can get early goals, like we did against Shrewsbury and Macclesfield, it will certainly put the pressure on them.
"They will be going all out for a win and, although we have lost our last six away games, our performances have been worth more and we want to finish on a high. We would really like to be the party poopers there."
Manager John Coleman admitted: "I do expect an onslaught but we have a good set of lads here.
"I think our away luck must change soon. The statistics say we lost our last six away games but I don't think that tells the true story."
Defender Robbie Williams is a doubt after scoring the opening goal but then hobbling off with a dead leg against Macclesfield.