Huddersfield Town v Swindon Town

Huddersfield Town story posted by Peter MacGibbon on 28/10/2005
Huddersfield Town v Swindon Town
The Robins come to town on Saturday! Can we redeem ourselves and come back from the defeat at Saltergate? Well Swindon are bottom of the league at the moment but that means nothing! Ask Chelsea how they feel about bottom of the Premier Everton. The match has an added edge as Iffy is currently in charge at Swindon and will be keen for his team to make their mark at the Galpharm. Last season we did the double over the Robins, the score at the Galpharm was 4-0 . Abbot scored a double but we were aided by two Swindon players being sent off in injury time just before half-time!

Swindon have 9 pts and have only picked up two from their last eight games. All is not as it seems, however. The two points came from their last two league games and in between they beat Stevenage in the LDV.

We have no new injury worries but we will be missing Jon Worthington, suspended for 5 yellows. Nathan Clarke will wear the armband.

Swindon are hoping that they may have midfielder Stefani Miglioranzi available again. Jerry Ifil is available having served a two match ban. Iffy is trying to get a midfielder and a striker on loan but I don?t know if he has succeeded. Neale McDermott, on loan from Fulham, has gone back to Craven Cottage with a groin injury.

I suspect a physical game is in the offing, they will try to knock our youngsters off their stride. If we keep calm then we should get a positive result. Let?s start as we finished at Chesterfield.

Note that the article referred to on the Home Page about Swindon coming to Town is a hangover from last season when they were one of our last matches.

Note also that I won't be around to preview the FA Cup match against Welling but I am hoping to return from holiday to find we had a comfortable win.


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