Date:Friday April 23 2010
Town visit in-form Wycombe Wanderers who are keeping their hopes of survival alive after three straight wins
Town captain Gordon Greer mentioned on his online blog that the squad are 'still in good spiritis going into those last few games, and we're really looking forward to Saturday's game against Wycombe to try and get that win we all want.'
Wanderers manager (and briefly Town player) Gary Waddock is expected to keep faith in the side that beat MK Dons at Stadium:MK in midweek.
WWXI: Heaton, Woodman, Westwood, Hunt, Bloomfield, Betsy, Ainsworth, Mousinho, Montrose (Beavon 81'), Revell, Pittman (Phillips 65')
Played 10 league games for Swindon Town this season during his loan spell from Southend United.
He won't go down as Town's best player this season but did impress when he scored two at Brentford - that indicated his towards his decent potential at this level.
He's recently found a little bit of form and will be hoping to try and claw their way out of the relegation zone.
Town still have Frank Nouble at the club after extending his loan deal until the seasons end.
Sean Morrison was injured during the first half of the 0-0 draw with Bournemouth Reserves so is likely to miss out. However, the injury is not considered serious. Alan O'Brien is out.
Their goals have taken the club into the top six and it's crucial that continues.
In the 13 league meetings between the two sides Town have only lost once - winning five and drawing seven.
The last meeting finished 1-1 with Town surrendering the lead in the dying moments.
Those who have played for both clubs include Tom Heaton, Alex Revell, Andy Thomson, Charlie Griffin, Keith Scott and Ty Gooden.
Mr. Controversial himself! Famous for giving the 'Phantom Goal' for Reading against Watford back in 2008.
Attwell has mostly officiated in Premier League fixtures this season.
13 Premier League
2 League One
2 League Two
1 League Cup
2 FA Cup
Gareth Evans (Bradford City)
Stefan Maierhofer (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Darran Kempson (Accrington Stanley)
Gary Caldwell (Wigan Athletic)
Wanderers MUST win to keep their survival bid going, they are at home and will be fighting for their lives. Three wins out Town MUST win to keep their automatic aspirations alive, Town have suffered a slight dip in form and are failing to finish chances. However, Wycombe are down there for a reason - Town win 2-1.
Town welcome Brentford for the last league fixture of the 'normal' season.
Date:Friday April 23 2010
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