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Hartlepool United vs. Swindon Town FC

Victoria Park

14th August 2010

15:00

STFC: Next Up - Hartlepool

Swindon are back in action in the league this weekend with the long trip north to Victoria Park to play Hartlepool United.

Vital Quotes:

Speaking to the official Swindon Town website, Danny Wilson referring to the poor start Swindon have had stated 'We've got to have that belief and trust in each other that we had last season, and even though we've got new personnel that shouldn't be a problem.

Hartlepool United Team News:

David Lucas returns to the squad after over coming the thigh injury that has ruled him out of the season so far.

Vincent Pericard has also returned to training after recovering from the knock he picked up last weekend against Brighton.

Paul Caddis looks likely to keep his place in the team after impressing on his debut midweek in the Carling Cup tie against Leyton Orient.

Player to watch: Charlie Austin

Scored the winner on Towns last trip to Victoria Park and will be looking to do the same tomorrow afternoon.

Swindon Town FC Team News:

Neil Austin misses out after being sidelined for a few months after injuring his ankle in the first game of the season against Rochdale.

Chris Turner is confident James Brown will be fit to play after suffering a knock in their midweek cup win against Sheffield United.

Player to watch: Andy Monkhouse

Always seems to score against his old club and Swindons defence will have to be on top of their game to keep him quiet.

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

Referee: C Boyeson Assistants: G Hart / T Peart Fourth Official: M Dicicco

Match Prediction:

Swindon to scrape this 2-1

Next Fixtures:

Next Saturday sees Brentford visit the County Ground


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Writer: OneCharlieAustin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 13 2010

Time: 7:25PM

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Monkhouse had a quiet game by his standards against Rochdale, but expect him to be fired up for this one. He is a huge fans favourite at the Vic and thrives on being in a battle, and he will see a game against his former club as just that!
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