Milton Keynes manager Liam Manning believes that the ‘pressure flips onto Wycombe’ going into the return leg of the League One play-off semi-finals.

In the first leg that took place on May 5 at Adams Park, Wanderers defeated MK 2-0 with Ryan Tafazolli and Sam Vokes scoring a header each.

The victory not only gives the Chairboys an advantage going into the second leg on Sunday, May 8, but, it also registered the club’s first league/play-off win over their Buckinghamshire rivals in nearly three years.

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However, MK picked up 25 points during the league season from losing positions, and Manning firmly believes that the tie is not over.

Speaking to the MK press after their 2-0 defeat at Adams Park, he said: “There is still a lot to play for.

“The pressure flips onto Wycombe as they're coming to our place, on our pitch and they have a lead to hold on to.

“We've got nothing to lose going into the next game.

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“We will have to work harder and be braver to dominate the game with how we want to play it.

“We have to be comfortable and match them when they're on top but also find a way to flip it and get it back on us.

"We need the fans to get behind us on Sunday, to give us a boost.

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“The lads have been terrific for them all season and now is the time to stick together and pull in the same direction.”

Sunday’s match will be the third time this season that Wycombe will travel to Stadium: MK.