MK Dons v AFC Wimbledon
The FA Cup with Budweiser
Second Round Proper
12.30pm, Sunday 1 December 2012
Stadium MK, Milton Keynes Dons FC
Live on ITV1
Winning clubs receive £27,000 from The FA's prize fund
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FA Cup specialist Jack Midson is ready to keep up his remarkable run in the competition when AFC Wimbledon travel to Milton Keynes in Sunday's Second Round clash at Stadium MK.
The 29-year-old striker hit what proved to be the winner in Wimbledon's 4-3 extra-time victory over York in the last round and says The FA Cup always seems to brings out the best in him.
Midson was also part of the giant-killing Histon side who beat Swindon and Leeds during a memorable run to the 2009 Third Round.
Victory on Sunday, in AFC Wimbledon's first ever meeting with MK Dons, will give Midson another crack at Round Three - and the part-time tennis coach says the key to more FA Cup success will be to focus simply on the football.
There has been an intense media spotlight on the fixture, given the history between the sides, but Midson said: "There is no point in saying its just a normal game, its not.
"But we just need to concentrate and play the game and not the occasion. Hopefully that added bit of passion for The FA Cup and the history of the two clubs will give us enough to win the game.
"I enjoy The FA Cup, I have had good success in it. Not just winning games but scoring in The Cup as well. I have scored every year I have played in it too I think. Personally, that history and that success in The FA Cup can hopefully carry on and help Wimbledon carry on in it as well."
When asked for the secret behind his sparkling Cup form, Midson said: "I really don't know, I give everything I can ever week anyway.
"Maybe it's just that extra bit of passion and the history of The FA Cup which might unconsciously spur you on a bit more.
"Lets concentrate on this next game, this is the Second Round, I have been to the Third Round before and never got a Premier League side, maybe this could be the year."