Date:Friday May 1 2009
Safe Swindon travel to promoted Peterborough for the final game of the season.
Danny Wilson has warned Peterborough that his side will do their best to spoil the promotion party, Wilson stated that tomorrows game will have 'a party atmosphere at Peterborough but the commitment of the game might surprise one or two people.'
'We`ve got one or two areas we want to fine tune and make decisions as to whether we keep players and I expect to go there and win the game. I`m not taking anything lightly and I don`t want to go there with a few balloons popping around our ears.'
Darren Ferguson has no new injury concerns but Tom Williams and Jamie Day are out.
The former Dagenham & Redbridge player has been in fine form this season.
Hal Kanu-Robson has returned to Reading while Gordon Greer has gone back to Doncaster Rovers meaning that Jerel Ifil is the only fit centre-back.
Michael Timlin returns from suspension.
Cox will be desperate to win the League top scorer accolade.
In November, Swindon were denied victory thanks to a fine injury time equaliser from Shaun Batt.
Swindon went ahead through Jack Smith after 10 minutes before a J-P McGovern own goal levelled things 10 minutes later.
Simon Cox put Swindon back in front with only 9 minutes remaining but Batt equalised late on.
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Date:Friday May 1 2009
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