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Swindon Town vs. Peterborough United

County Ground, Swindon

Saturday 16 September 2006

3pm Kick Off

UP NEXT: Peterborough

Swindon Town welcome Barry Fry's Peterborough United to the County Ground.

Dennis Wise Says:

"Peterborough are not going to be easy, they`re a tough team. They will make it hard for us and they will try and frustrate us.'

Swindon Town Team News:

Tuesday's penalty scorer Jack Smith could be out due to a knee injury suffered in the clash against MK Dons. Jamie Vincent and Andy Monkhouse could feature after a late fitness test. Andy Gurney and Gareth Whalley are still out with injuries.

Player to watch: Lee Peacock

Will 'Super' Lee Peacock finally find the scoring touch and be able to finish? I'm going to say yes indeed.

Peterborough United Team News:

Peterborough could start on-loan Coventry duo Liam Davis and Ben Turner after signing with the Posh earlier in the week. Guy Branston and Paul Carden will miss the match after being sent off during Peterborough's 5-0 loss to Walsall on Tuesday. Former Town player Lloyd Opara could get a start as well.

Player to watch: Trevor Benjamin

Will be out to beat the team he played for last season under Iffy Onuora. Benjamin scored 2 goals in one game earlier in the season for the Posh.

Match Facts & Stats

Town lost 2-1 in last years LDV match infront of just over 800 fans. Christian Roberts scored for Swindon.

Match Prediction:

3-1 Swindon Town. The County Ground is like a fortress for Swindon. A big crowd and a confident team. The Posh will be reeling from their humiliating defeat to Walsall earlier in the week.

Next Fixtures:

Coca Cola League 2: Swindon Town V Notts County at Meadow Lane, Saturday 23 September 2006. 3pm Kick Off.


The Journalist

Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 15 2006

Time: 6:19PM

Your Comments (oldest first)

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Yep, 3-1 to Town. On second thoughts, 5-0 to Town. He he.
alan_h
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16/09/2006 01:25:00

what 5 more penalties thats the only way you will win 5 - 0 if you have as a ref like tuesday
the rodge
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16/09/2006 11:03:00

Oh dear - its sour grapes time from the MK Donuts.. oh well it takes all sorts.
APG_STFC
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16/09/2006 14:37:00

He need to get over it and move on. It is only a football match.
red_gilly
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16/09/2006 20:55:00

 

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