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Swindon's Brownlie/Peacock Out?

Swindon's Brownlie/Peacock Out?

Swindon Town have suffered another set back in the striker department with Royce Brownlie and Lee Peacock suffering injuries at Wycombe Tuesday Night.

Peacock was set to start Tuesdays Johnstones Paint Trophy Fixture however he injured his calf about 10 minutes before kick off. Manager Dennis Wise made it perfectly clear he had no intention risking any injuries and decided not to play Peacock and risk losing him for Saturday`s league fixture against Shrewsbury Town.

Australian striker Royce Brownlie who started the match was substituted at half time after suffering a mild ankle injury, again Wise was unwilling to risk losing Brownlie due to the fact his main striker Christian Roberts had been sidelined with a knee injury.

Roberts could be available to return Saturday after having an injection in the knee. Wise will keep a close eye on Peacock and Brownlie before making any decisions on whether or not they will feature Saturday.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Thursday October 19 2006
Time: 8:29AM

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