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Swindon Town Injury Update

Lee Peacock who suffered another set back by aggrevating a knee injury could be done for the season.

We understand that the former Sheffield Wednesday striker will require surgery on his knee, however he may hold off until after the season to undergo the procedure.

Striker Trevor Benjamin is still feeling pain in his hamstring and will miss atleast the MK Dons match. This will leave Swindon with a striker dillema. Jamie Cureton will likely start up front with Chris McPhee Saturday with Lucas Jutkiewicz on the bench. Ashan Holgate could also be re-called from Salisbury City.

Midfielder Paul Smith is definalty ruled out of any matches this weekend. Smith who joined from Gillingham in January has been out since playing his former club 2 months ago.




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The Journalist

Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 14 2006

Time: 12:11AM

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Until there's an 'R' next to Swindon of course we think we can.
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