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SWINDON TOWN
vs.
PLYMOUTH ARGYLE

the County Ground

27/09/10

1945

Danny Wilson's men have enjoyed three consecutive wins and look to continue their fine form against Devon's Plymouth Argyle

Vital Quotes:

Talking to local press Danny Wilson said that Swindon were 'expecting a very tough, physical game, but if we can put in the same level of performance as we did Saturday then that'll be fantastic.'

SWINDON TOWN Team News:

Simon Ferry and Callum Kennedy look set to return to action. However, they'll probably start from the bench.

Charlie Austin is out injured as is David Ball.

Player to watch: SEAN MORRISON

A few weeks ago, Town fans were calling for Danny Wilson to sign an experienced centre back to replace Gordon Greer. Instead, Wilson kept his faith with Sean Morrison and it has so far proved a very wise decision.

He started his career as a youth with his hometown club Argyle. He'll be looking to keep Town's decent defensive record over the last month together.

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE Team News:

Bondz N'Gala returns from suspension while Yala Bolasie has fully recovered from ankle injury and returned during their draw at Rochdale.

Player to watch: YALA BOLASIE

On his day he can be a major threat at this level. If he's shrugged off his ankle problem then he will cause problems.

Match Facts & Stats

Argyle are a bit of a bogey team for Swindon. The Pilgrims have won 31 of the 62 league meetings between the two with Swindon only winning 19.

Incredibly it's been over six years since our last meeting with Argyle. It was won by Plymouth at Home Park by two goals to one.

The game is best known for a Rhy Evans own goal. Micky Evans took a quick free kick which was indirect (pass back) and Evans got a hand to it before it trickled in. However, it wouldn't have counted had Evans failed to make contact. Ah the memories!

Among the many to have played for both clubs, the list includes:

Blair Sturrock, Steve Adams, Lukas Jutkiewicz, Owain Tudur Jones, Nicky Hammond, Wayne O'Sullivan, Hasney Aljofree, Lilian Nalis and Rory Fallon.

Ref Watch:

O. Langford

Match Prediction:

1-0

Next Fixtures:

Town travel to Dagenham & Redbridge


Writer:Nellup
Date:Monday September 27 2010
Time: 9:05PM

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