Di Matteo has the midas touch
When Paul Ince left the MK Dons in the summer to take charge of Blackburn, many thought that the Dons could struggle a bit in League One. However, the appointment of Roberto Di Matteo so far seems to be an inspired one.
Di Matteo had to cope with the loss of all of last year's successful backroom team, star player and captain Keith Andrews (who followed Ince to Blackburn) as well as pacy winger Lloyd Dyer who joined League One rivals Leicester.
After 14 matches Milton Keynes sit proudly in fifth place. This weekend 10th place Tranmere travel to stadium:MK and the Dons look good value for the victory at 19/20.
Tranmere are 11/4 shots with the draw at 5/2.
As well as MK, Huddersfield and Stockport look value at 4/5 and evens respectively. A £10 treble on these three teams will pay returns of £70.20.