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EASTER MONDAY: Scunthorpe United

Easter Monday Swindon Town travel to Glanford Park to play Scunthorpe United in a crucial League One match.

Depending if Swindon lose Saturday this game could be the one that all but guarantees Swindon Town will be playing in League Two next season should they fail to win this one as well.

On the news front Scunthorpe midfielder Neil MacKenzie will not play again this season after suffering an ankle ligament injury. He injured himself in Scunthorpes reserve match against Grimsby.

Going into the Easter Weekend The Iron sit 15th in the League One table.

Ticket prices for Swindon Town fans are as follows,

Away Fans:

aparo Merchant Stand (Away) Adults 17 (16) Concessions 10 (9)

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The Journalist

Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 13 2006

Time: 11:45PM

 

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