Date:Saturday October 8 2011
Another frustrating away loss leaves Swindon needing to keep up with the Play-Off pack. A win against Hereford will go a long way
Paolo Di Canio told the BBC:
"I think it will be a very tough game because they've conceded 21 goals but 16 of them were at home and five away... I told my players to be careful because away from home they are happy just to win a point."
Who knows! Paolo Di Canio likes to chop and change his starting eleven. With the loss at Macclesfield and the make-shift sides win at Exeter in mind... expect changes!
Jake Jervis could start after his two goals on Tuesday night while Lander Gabilondo will be hoping for a place on the bench.
If he and Caddis are on form then Town will no struggle.
You'd be foolish to write Hereford off as their ability to frustrate home opposition is evident after taking points from Bristol Rovers, Wimbledon and Cheltenham this season.
Skipper Stefan Stam is struggling and rated at only 50%
Delroy Facey and loanee David Cornell are away on international duty.
Adam Bartlett, Ryan Green, Joe Colbeck and Benoi Dailbard are out injured
The Shrewsbury Town winger ahs returned to Edgar Street on loan and will be desperate to help the club climb the table.
Jake Jervis, Alan Connell, Jamie Pitman, Will Evans, Steve White, Nicky Nicolau, Christian Roberts, Colin Gordon, Michael Rose, Roy Carter, Mark Marshall and Jimmy Quinn are among the players who have worn the red of Town and the white of Hereford.
Statiscally, Town have the edge over Hereford... but only just!
Swindon have won 8, drawn 3 and lost 7 of their 18 League games with Hereford.
The last time to two sides met was in March 21, 2009 at The County Ground.
SWINDON TOWN 3-0 HEREFORD UNITED
29' STFC: Simon Cox
46' STFC: Simon Cox
76' STFC: Billy Paynter
Swindon Town Line-up
Owain Tudur Jones
Used Town Subs
Hereford United line-up
Used Hereford subs
Must win, must keep up with the Play-Off pack.
2-0 to Swindon
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Date:Saturday October 8 2011
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