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Swindon Town vs. Milton Keynes Dons

County Ground, Swindon

Tuesday 12 September 2006

7:45pm Kick Off

UP NEXT: MK Dons

Swindon Town entertain one of football's most hated teams tomorrow at the County Ground, The Milton keynes Dons.

Vital Quotes:

'I`ve got a lot more quality than most teams in this division, I`d say all teams in this division.'

Dennis Wise on this super-fit Swindon side.

Swindon Town Team News:

Swindon Town will welcome back Jerel Ifil with open arms after serving his one game suspension for kicking a ball away at Chester. Jamie Vincent could also be back in the starting XI. Paul Ince may sit on the bench while, Gus Poyet, Dennis Wise, Gareth Whalley and Andy Gurney will not play any part of this fixture. Andy Monkhouse is still questionable.

Player to watch: Peter Brezovan

Can Brezovan bounce back after his 2 minutes from hell at Wrexham... the good money says he will and keep a clean sheet.

Milton Keynes Dons Team News:

Definitely out is former Swindon Town captain Sean O'Hanlon, Jamie Smith, Leon Crooks, Drissa Diallo, Keith Andrews, Gary Smith, Craig Morgan and Izale McLeod who is suspended. This will give many younger players at the Dons the chance to shine. Junior Lewis who is a non-contract player will make the trip along with 16 year old Ollie Thorne and 17 year old James Nash. The fact the Dons will be without their 'big guns' should give Swindon Town a huge boost going into the game.

Player to watch: Lloyd Dyer

The midfielder Scored Two for the Dons against Notts County on the 2nd of September. Was kept off the score sheet when the Dons drew 0-0 with Hartlepool Saturday.

Match Facts & Stats

Swindon Town lost both games to Milton Keynes last season. Town lost 3-1 at the National Hockey Stadium and 1-0 at the County Ground towards the end of the season.

Ref Watch:

K P Stroud will be the referee for this match while M T Cassidy and A A Laver will be the assistant referees for this important game. A D Sainsbury will be the Fourth Official.

Match Prediction:

3-0 Swindon Town. With Most of the MK Dons team missing and a big crowd behind the home side hopefully Town will make life difficult for the Dons. Town will also be looking to make up for their loss at Wrexham over the weekend.

Next Fixtures:

Coca Cola League 2: Swindon Town V Peterborough, Saturday 16 September 2006, at the County Ground 3pm Kick Off.




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