Milton Keynes Dons and Derby County lock horns for the first time this weekend, and it's live on Sky Sports.Milton Keynes Dons and Derby County lock horns for the first time this weekend, and it's live on Sky Sports.
Coverage of the Sky Bet Championship fixture begins at 12pm, with kick-off at stadiummk half an hour later.
The Dons showed promise in their first game of the season with a 4-1 defeat of Rotherham United, but they have found life tough since then, and four straight defeats have seen them slide down to 20th.
Karl Robinson's men were emphatically dumped out of the Capital One Cup in midweek, too, losing 6-0 to Premier League outfit Southampton, and the Dons boss is after a response against the Rams.
"For as embarrassed as the players feel, they have a chance straight away to put it right,” Robinson told MK Dons' official website.
"On Saturday lunchtime, I know we’ll play better than that. The team will be different – there will be a number of players that will come in and they’ll be fresh.
“They players have got to pick themselves up and respond in the right way and I know they will.”
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Meanwhile, Derby have lost just once in the League this season, but five draws from their eight fixtures mean Paul Clement's side are 12th going into the weekend action.
Seven points from the last nine show that the Rams are improving, and the 43-year-old boss is determined to keep the run going this weekend.
Speaking to the club's official website, Clement said: “It’s an important game for us because we want to keep our run going.
“It’s important we are on the front foot from the first whistle at the weekend and we will be, because we want to build on our second-half performance against Burnley.
“Our objective is simple, we want to go there and win.”
You can watch the match on Sky Sports and follow our live Twitter feed for match updates, via @SkyBetChamp.