Date: 19th July 2009 at 5:36pm
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The tour of Austria concluded in a 3-3 draw with TSV McDonald’s St. Johann im Pongau, now it’s back to familiar territory next with Hungerford Town.

Swindon Town manager Danny Wilson will decide in the near future whether to keep Cherno Samba at the club after his trial spell in Austria.

In a busy week for the club, Wilson may opt to field younger players with Swindon travelling to Luton Town the next day.

Kasali Yinka Casal and Mark Marshall could play after being left out of the Austrian trip.

Hungerford should be a regular fixture in Swindon’s pre-season because Town chairman Andrew Fitton has previously been in charge of the Berkshire outfit. Town’s reserves played at their Bulpit Lane ground last season.

Swindon Town have only played Hungerford Town in Friendlies. Last season saw an entertaining 4-2 win for Swindon Town.

Hungerford took the lead after only 5 minutes through Ian Colcannon but Barry Corr equalised 4 minutes later. However, Luke Brewer restored Hungerford’s lead on 25 minutes before Craig Easton levelled matters after half an hour. The teams went in at Half-Time drawing 2-2.

Swindon won the game with two goals in 6 minutes when Blair Sturrock gave Town the lead after 61 minutes and then Michael Pook confirmed the victory.

Town Line-Up: Peter Brezovan, Jack Winter, Will Evans, Kurt Hammonds, Callum Kennedy, Sam Morris, Craig Easton, Lilian Nalis, Ben Joyce, Barry Corr, Lee Peacock.

Subs Used: Michael Pook, Jake Hyde, Chris Allen, Nathan Thompson.

Swindon visit Luton Town on Tuesday.

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