MK Dons manager Karl Robinson sees the visit of Sheffield United as a test of his side's promotion credentials.
The Blades can seal an immediate return to the Championship if they win and city rivals Sheffield Wednesday lose at home to Carlisle.
Meanwhile, the Dons need just two points from their remaining three matches to be guaranteed a play-off spot for the fourth time in six seasons.
"Sheffield United are arguably one of the best teams in the league with some of the best players in the league, so it should be a great test for us and will show us how far we have come," said Robinson. "They beat us 2-1 at their place, but we had a man sent off and I thought that we exceptional in the second-half that day with 10 men.
"Danny (Wilson) has done an incredible job there and they now look favourites to go up automatically with Charlton, and rightly so because they have been playing very well lately.
"They can seal their promotion, so they will bring a lot of fans and make it a great occasion. But it is a big game for us too because we want to show what we are all about and will be focused on ourselves."