While Lincoln have avoided defeat in their last seven matches, they head into Tuesday’s contest off the back of three consecutive draws.
The Imps took the lead through Ben House in Saturday’s away meeting with basement side Forest Green Rovers, but a second-half strike from Jordan Garrick denied Lincoln all three points.
As a result, Lincoln have now drawn 16 of their 31 matches in League One this season – four more than any other team in the third tier.
While they are the only team yet to lose a home league game in the third tier this term, 12 of their 15 home matches have ended all square.
Although Lincoln boss Mark Kennedy will be frustrated with the number of draws, his side are nine points clear of the drop zone, and with relegation looking unlikely, they may be targeting a top-half finish.
Since beginning February with four points from games against Bristol Rovers and Oxford United, MK Dons have suffered three consecutive defeats
The relegation-threatened side were thrashed 5-0 and 5-2 in away games against Bolton Wanderers and Sheffield Wednesday respectively.
Another loss followed on Saturday when they were edged out 1-0 by promotion-chasing Ipswich Town following a first half effort from Sam Morsy.
As a result of their poor form, MK Dons are currently two points adrift of safety, but they will move out of the relegation zone with a win on Tuesday.
MK Dons will can take some inspiration from the fact that they are unbeaten in their last three meetings with Lincoln – a run of games which includes last month’s goalless draw at Stadium MK.