Swindon continue the quest for 3 points. Scunthorpe will provide tough opposition.
Danny Wilson Quotes:
‘It’s great to come back home. We’ve had some tough games away from home with a lot of travelling.
‘To come back to our own pad will hopefully be a big boost for us.
‘I’m sure there will be a good turnout because the fans haven’t seen many games here over the last month or so.
‘Let’s hope we can all be really excited about the situation and have a really good result as well at the end of it.’
– Danny Wilson talking to BBC Radio Swindon
Swindon Town Team News:
Loan players Hal Robson-Kanu and Gordon Greer are unlikely to feature tomorrow after picking up injuries at Millwall.
Lee Peacock returns from injury and is available for selection.
Player to watch: Simon Cox
Team Cox & Paynter are doing an adequate job up front and hopefully they can get goals against Scunthorpe.
Scunthorpe United Team News:
The BBC reports that first team keeper Joe Murphy has groin trouble so his understudy Josh Lillis stands by, but Marcus Williams is out with a metatarsal injury.
Kenny Milne is out while Ben May approaches his return.
Player to watch: Gary Hooper
The former Grays, Southend and Hereford forward is enjoying his first season at Scunthorpe. He’s bagged 16 goals this season and will no doubt be a threat for the Town defence.
Match Facts & Stats
The two teams have only met 18 times in competitive fixtures. Swindon have won 7, lost 5 and drawn 6.
Last 5 Fixtures
01/11/08: Scunthorpe 3-3 Swindon
17/04/06: Scunthorpe 1-2 Swindon
22/10/05: Swindon 1-1 Scunthorpe
12/04/86: Swindon 1-1 Scunthorpe
09/11/85: Scunthorpe 0-2 Swindon
Played for Both Clubs
Frank Burrows played for Scunthorpe between 1965-1968 before going on to became a Swindon Town legend and league cup winner in ’69.
Others include Bobby Barnes, Les Roberts, Curtis Weston and Michael Timlin.
Swindon Town 1-1 Scunthorpe United
Swindon face Hartlepool at home the following Tuesday.