Leeds travel to MK Dons on Saturday hoping to get their promotion bid back on track.
The Dons won last Friday evening 4-2 at Brighton and Hove Albion; the last time they played at home they lost 2-0 against fellow promotion candidates Scunthorpe United.
Recent home form (last game first) LWLWWL
The Whites have lost their last four, the latest being a 2-1 defeat at home against Colchester United last weekend, the last time they played away they lost 2-1 at Tranmere Rovers.
Recent away form (last game first) LLLWLW
The home side look set to stick with the side that won at Brighton last week, still sidelined are skipper Dean Lewington (ankle), Danny Swailes (Achilles) and Florian Sturm (groin).
Leeds may give a debut to new signing Frenchman Mansour Assoumani in defence; they will still be without Andy Robinson and Jermaine Beckford through injury.
David Prutton serves a one match ban for his sending off against Colchester.
The clubs have never met since the franchise was bought by Milton Keynes; they did however meet Wimbledon on a number of occasions when they was based in London.
Leeds never had the greatest record against Wimbledon at Selhurst Park; on the only occasion they won there Leeds fans will remember the 4-2 victory in 1995 when Tony Yeboah scored one of his trademark screamers.
Full history of results against Wimbledon (League unless stated)
1974/75 Wimbledon 0-1 Leeds United FA Cup (actually played at a neutral venue)
1984/85 Wimbledon 2-2 Leeds United
1985/86 Wimbledon 0-3 Leeds United
1990/91 Wimbledon 0-1 Leeds United
1991/92 Wimbledon 0-0 Leeds United
1992/93 Wimbledon 1-0 Leeds United
1993/94 Wimbledon 1-0 Leeds United
1994/95 Wimbledon 0-0 Leeds United
1995/96 Wimbledon 2-4 Leeds United
1996/97 Wimbledon 2-0 Leeds United
1997/98 Wimbledon 1-0 Leeds United
1998/99 Wimbledon 1-1 Leeds United
1999/00 Wimbledon 2-0 Leeds United
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