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NEXT UP: Cardiff City

NEXT UP: Cardiff City

Saturday afternoon football returns tomorrow when Dave Jones' Cardiff City arrive in Swindon.

Danny Wilson is likely to name his strongest available XI for this match so with the lack of strikers will probably try out a formation that consists of Billy Paynter being up front by himself.

Many Town fans should be able to see David Lucas, Alan O'Brien and Jonathan Douglas for the first time (Scott Cuthbert is injured).

Despite selling several players, Cardiff still have several players worth seeing. Ross McCormack is believed to be wanted by a host of Premiership clubs. Others include Joe Ledley and Michael Chopra.



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Last Encounter

The Bluebirds visited the County Ground last Summer. The game featured Miguel Commingues who had recently left Swindon for Wales a month or so before.

The match ended in a 1-1 draw - Lee Peacock gave Swindon a half-time lead but it was cancelled out by Paul Parry shortly after the interval.

STFC: P. Smith (Brezovan), Casal, Kanyuka (Kennedy), Ifil (Morrison), J. Smith, McNamee, Timlin (Allen), Nalis, McGovern, Paynter, Peacock (Joyce).

Unused Subs: Pook & Sturrock.

CCFC: Enkleman, Morris, Purse, Dennelly, Comminges, Kelleher (Wheatle), Blake (Mason), Scimeca, Brown (Wildig), Magennis (Edwards), Parry.

Unused Subs: Smith, Hudson, Farah & Sak.

Players who have played for both clubs include

Paul Bodin

Wayne O'Sullivan

Christian Roberts

Rod Thomas

Leigh Barnard

Miguel Comminges



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Writer:Nellup
Date:Friday July 24 2009
Time: 5:00PM

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