Town’s win at Brentford gave the club some hope… desperate, desperate hope. Next up is a home clash with Milton Keynes Dons
Paul Hart talking to the Swindon Advertiser:
“Momentum is the key, there are clubs that are losing momentum and if we win then you could say that we are gaining some momentum. That is the key.”
Swindon Town Team News:
Kevin Amankwaah is out for the remainder of the season with a knee injury while Alan O’Brien has been frozen out.
David Lucas returns from injury but Phil Smith could keep his place after keeping a clean sheet last week.
Player to watch: Calvin Andrew
The low scoring forwards winning goal against Brentford has ignited some hope within the Town faithful.
Andrew has impressed most with his workrate since arriving on loan from Palace.
Milton Keynes Dons Team News:
Milton Keynes need a win to maintain their Play-Off push.
MK Dons are without defender Danny Woodards but Sam Baldock and Gary MacKenzie return from ankle injuries.
Angelo Balanta returns from a long term injury.
Player to watch: Sean O’Hanlon
Former Town favourite annoyed A LOT of people before leaving the club for MK Dons.
He’ll be up for this.
Match Facts & Stats
The last meeting between the two club took place at Stadium:MK in August 2010.
Town took the lead through Scott Cuthbert right on half-time
However, two second half goals by Sam Baldock within a minute of eachother gave Dons the points.
2-1 COME ON YOU REDS!
Notts County at home.