Date:Thursday May 4 2006
County Ground, Swindon
6 May 2006
League Two bound, Swindon Town will be looking to end the season on a high note, against Play-Off bound Huddersfield.
'The most important thing is we go there and compete'
Huddersfield Manager Peter Jackson
'We want to end the season on a high'
Swindon Manager Iffy Onuora
Swindon are relegated and will play next season in League Two. Swindon will likely look to play a few younger players with next season in mind. This could be the last game in a Swindon shirt for many players, including Rhys Evans and Sean O'Hanlon
Young Jutkiewicz, has yet to score for the senior team, but will be looking to get on the scoresheet and help secure a first team role next season.
Huddersfield are playoff bound and expect to bring a fairly decent following to the County Ground. Peter Jackson may rest some of his first team player's with the playoff's in mind.
The former Preston and Bury man has scored 14 goals in all competitions this season for Huddersfield and will be looking to add another to his season's total before heading into the playoff's.
The last meeting between the two clubs was a 1-1 stalemate in which David Stroud made his first team debut for Swindon Town.
2-1 Huddersfield, Sadly Swindon are already relegated and Iffy Onuora may decide to play a second string side with next season in mind. Huddersfield will be looking for momentum heading into the playoff's.
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