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Tuesday, 14th Aug 2007 13:52

Fans travelling to tonight's Carling Cup tie at Milton Keynes are reminded to buy their seats from the stadium:mk's away supporters booths at Gate 3.

No tickets will be available on the turnstiles. Seats are priced at £12 for adults and £6 concessions.

Boss Jim Magilton says he is determined that his side will break the recent run of disappointing defeats in the Carling Cup: "We have lost out to lower division clubs in this competition over the last few years and that is something we have to put right.

"We have not been professional enough in those games and, when you face lower division sides looking for scalp, you can come unstuck if you are not right on your game, mentally and physically."

Magilton has confirmed that he will make a couple of switches of personnel, but there will be no wholesale changes: "I want to progress in this competition. It's about time we had a decent run and I also want to build on the win against Sheffield Wednesday. Winning breeds confidence and we must look to get some momentum going.

"That's why I don't want to make a lot of changes to the side. There will perhaps be one or two, but I want to try and get some consistency in our team."

French midfielder Sylvain Legwinski is likely to come into the side, perhaps taking over from Owen Garvan at the centre of the midfield.

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