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Two changes for Town

Two changes for Town

Alan McCormack and Nathan Thompson have been drafted into Paolo Di Canio's starting eleven for the League Two clash at Cheltenham Town this afternoon.

Nathan Thompson comes in for Michael Timlin while McCormack replaces Jonathan Smith.

Neither of the replaced players find themselves on subs bench as Simon Ferry is the preferred back-up in the centre of midfield.

Billy Bodin returns from Wales under-21 duty and keeps his place alongside Raffa De Vita up front.

SWINDON TOWN (4-4-2): Phil Smith; Paul Caddis, Aden Flint, Joe Devera, Callum Kennedy; Nathan Thompson, Alan McCormack, Oliver Risser, Matt Ritchie; Billy Bodin, Raffaele De Vita

Subs: Leigh Bedwell, Alberto Comazzi, Simon Ferry, Etienne Esajas, Alan Connell

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Writer:Nellup
Date:Saturday August 13 2011
Time: 2:18PM

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