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Swindon 2 Accrington 0: Benson at the double for record breaking Town

A ninth win on the bounce eclipsing a club record which has stood since 1926 and yet Paolo Di Canio called his side’s second half display “rubbish” and “lacking humility” writes Neil Evans…. PDC is clearly a “glass half empty” kind of manager, and maybe that’s no bad thing with games coming thick and fast. For this game he made

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Match Preview: Swindon vs Accrington Stanley

Form… 1st placed Swindon are currently on a run of one defeat – at Torquay on Boxing Day – in nineteen League Two matches. Town’s current form guide reads eight League wins in a row. At the County Ground, Town are unbeaten since August, making it twelve games without tasting defeat and 32 points from a possible 36. Swindon have won their last six games as hosts with only

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L2 Review: Town make up ground as Crawley, Southend and Cheltenham drop points

Welcome to another edition of Andrew Steele-Davis’ Npower Football League Two Review, where as always there was plenty of action for you to sink your teeth into. The top three all dropped vital points as the hectic Christmas schedule begins while Swindon continue their Robin’s revival under Paolo Di Canio, stretching their unbeaten run to 15 games in all competitions. We

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L2 Review: Crawley return top and Dagenham slip to the bottom

Welcome to another edition of Andrew Steele-Davis’ Npower Football League Two Review, where there was plenty of action as well as a local derby. Southend were finally defeated and the situation at the bottom of the table looks dire for Dagenham and Redbridge. We start off at the Kingsmeadow stadium where Accrington Stanley recorded an all important victory over Wimbledon. Padraig Amond,

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Accrington 0 Swindon 2: Travel Sickness stemmed for now

Scot Munroe ventured north on Saturday hoping to be rewarded with a Swindon victory over Accrington Stanley. A long journey which paid off as we witnessed a Swindon away win, which as we know has been few and far between this season in League Two. What we witnessed was a very astute, comfortable and professional performance. This was all against one of the division’s typical

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