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Di Canio makes four changes

Di Canio makes four changes

Paolo Di Canio has made four changes for the derby day clash with Oxford United this afternoon.

Out go captain Oliver Risser and fellow central midfielder Alan McCormack. Former York City man Jonathan Smith and the popular Simon Ferry get their chance to impress. Paul Caddis will captain the side.

Joe Devera comes in for the injured Alberto Comazzi and Billy Bodin drops out of the squad and his replaced by new signing Leon Clark.

SWINDON TOWN XI

Phil Smith

Paul Caddis (C)
Joe Devera
Aden Flint
Callum Kennedy

Matt Ritchie
Jonathan Smith
Simon Ferry
Etienne Esajas

Leon Clarke
Raffaele De Vita

SUBSTITUTES

Mattia Lanzano
Oliver Risser
Alan Connell
Lander Gabilondo
Mehdi Kerrouche

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Writer:Nellup
Date:Sunday August 21 2011
Time: 12:11PM

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