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Matt Ritchie To Return Against Gillingham

Matt Ritchie To Return Against Gillingham

League Two player of the season Matt Ritchie is set to give Swindon Town a massive boost as they try to make it third time lucky and finally secure promotion to League One.

Ritchie has been out with a foot injury and Town boss Paolo Di Canio has today confirmed that Ritchie is now fit and available for selection tomorrow at Gillingham.

Ritchie is Town`s best goal scoring threat from midfield.

Town have missed the link up play between Ritchie and Paul Caddis and the thought of promotion now seems more of a reality heading into tomorrow`s crucial match with the inclusion of Ritchie.



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Writer:Shaun Calderwood
Date:Friday April 20 2012
Time: 3:51PM

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