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Swindon Town vs. Boston United

County Ground, Swindon

Saturday 30 September 2006

3 PM Kick Off

UP NEXT: Boston United

Swindon Town welcome Boston United to the County Ground. The Pilgrims currently sit 22nd in the League 2 table.

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Swindon Town Team News:

Swindon go into the game 4th in League 2. Town will be without Charlie Comyn-Platt, Gareth Whalley, Andy Gurney, Gus Poyet and Dennis Wise. Paul Ince could return after an illness. Paul Evans and Lee Peacock will face a late fitness test

Player to watch: Michael Pook

Pook silenced the Boo-boys at Wycombe with his best performance in a Swindon shirt. He will need to keep this up if he is to remain in the starting XI.

Boston United Team News:

Chris Holland and Franny Green are unlikely to start after suffering injuries against Lincoln City earlier in the Week. Lee Canoville, Brady Maylett and Simon Rusk appear to suffer the same fate. Mark Greaves could feature after a later fitness test. Boston`s strikeforce suffered a set back at the sale of Julian Joachim to Darlington earlier in the season.

Player to watch: David Galbraith

Galbraith has been praised by Pilgrims fans after an excellent game in Boston`s shock win over Lincoln City. Galbraith was named man of the match and will be looking to set up Boston`s strikers..

Match Facts & Stats

Swindon Town and Boston drew 2-2 at the County Ground in the FA Cup first round last season. Boston went on to beat Swindon in the replay to advance to the 2nd round.

Match Prediction:

3-1 Swindon Town, With a good crowd behind them and with momentum from Wycombe Town should win this game quite easily. Boston could force a draw after an impressive display against Lincoln City in the week.

Next Fixtures:

Coca Cola League 2: Swindon Town @ Accrington Stanley, Saturday 7 October 2006, 3 PM Kick Off, This Match is a designated Loud and Proud away day.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 29 2006

Time: 2:00PM

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Lets steady ourselves even more, with a good win here.
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2-1 swindon
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