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STFC: Town Side Named for Plymouth

STFC: Town Side Named for Plymouth

Michael Timlin goes straight into the side after being recalled from his loan spell at Southend United.

Lescinel Jean-Francois returns from injury and replaces Nathan Thompson in the side.

There is no place for David Ball which suggests that Manchester City have refused to give Swindon permission to field the forward in the F.A. Cup.

SWINDON TOWN (4-4-2):

Phil Smith

Scott Cuthbert (c)
Sean Morrison
Lescinel Jean-Francois
Michael Rose

Jon-Paul McGovern
David Prutton
Michael Timlin
Matt Ritchie

Vincent Pericard
Charlie Austin

Subs:

David Lucas
Nathan Thompson
Paul Caddis
Callum Kennedy
Will Evans
Alan O'Brien
Thomas Dossevi.



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Date:Saturday November 6 2010
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