This saturday sees Wycombe visit the County Ground, with both teams in need of 3 points, although sitting at either ends of the table.
Danny Wilson’s men have enjoyed a good start to the campaign, but 2 straight draws has seen the presure build to claim the win.
Swindon Town Team News:
Skipper Gordon Greer is hoping to be fit for a return this weekend, so will be interesting to see who he will replace, if he plays, with Sean Morrison the most likely candidate.
Player to watch: Billy Paynter
There are a number of players that Wycombe will be wary of with the recent form of Douglas, Obadeyi and McGovern, however I think the goal threat and newly found confidence of Billy Paynter shouls see off the Chairboys.
Wycombe Wanderers Team News:
Wingers will be on Peter Taylor’s mind this week after Jon- Paul Pittman and Matt Phillips made an impressive contribution off the bench last weekend.
Midfielders Tommy Doherty and Matt Bloomfield are still unfit to play.
Player to watch: Kevin Betsy
Betsy is a lively right- sided midfielder who nearly signed for Town a few years back, and is currently on loan from Southend, so I think it would be wise to pay close attention to the 31 year old.
Town haven’t played the Chairboys in the league since 2006, when we claimed a 2-1 victory, Jutkiewicz and Peacock claiming the goals.
26/12/06: Swindon Town 2-1 Wycombe
S: Jutkiewicz (45′), Peacock (53′)
W: Easter (81′)
Swindon: Phil Smith, Jack Smith, Jerel Ifil, Ady Williams, Jamie Vincent, Sofiane Zaaboub, Michael Pook, Michael Timlin, Christian Roberts, Lee Peacock (Blair Sturrock 88′), Lukas Jutkiewicz (Ricky Shakes 82′).
SNU: Jon Stewart, Andy Nicholas, Aaron Brown.
Wycombe: Jamie Young, Russell Martin, Will Antwi, Mike Williamson, Stephen O’ Halloran, Kevin Betsy, Stefan Oakes, Matt Bloomfield, Anthony Grant (Ikechi Anya 86′), Jermaine Easter, Tommy Mooney.
SNU: Lewis Christon, Chris Palmer, Ian Stonebridge, Jonny Dixon.
Andy Hall- Last Officiated:
Cardiff City 0- 1 Newcastle United
Hall gave 3 Newcastle players yellow cards, including Alan Smith, whom he sent off late in the game for 2 bookable offences.
bet365: Swindon Town- 4/6 Draw- 5/2 Wycombe- 15/4
Bookies think that a draw is most likely, but I think that Swindon have just enough to edge it- hopefully!
Tuesday night- Exeter City at St James Park.