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Swindon Town V Walsall Preview

Swindon Town V Walsall Preview

Swindon Town take on fellow League One playoff hopefuls Walsall at the County Ground this afternoon.

Swindon Town News

Striker Simon Cox will return from his one game suspension after missing out against Nottingham Forest last weekend. Striker Barry Corr is still out with a shoulder injury and could be for some time.

Walsall News

Striker Tommy Mooney who will get a very hostile reception a the County Ground this afternoon could return from a hamstring injury. Mike Bradley and Darren Wrack are expected to return to action after missing the clash against Swansea City last weekend. Former Town loanee Lee Holmes will start for the Saddlers.

Prediction

I think it will be the same again as it was at the Banks's Stadium. 2-2.

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday February 23 2008
Time: 8:46AM

Comments

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I would not be surprised for a home defeat here 2-3 I think they are the more consistent side and the ex Poxford player Tommy is sure to be fired up, was a shame he went there I used to like him.
APG_STFC
23/02/2008 10:26:00
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Well I got the 3 goals for Walsall right - what happened to our 2 goals?? We were cr@p and got what we deserved - nowt......
APG_STFC
23/02/2008 18:05:00
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