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Morecambe 0 Swindon 1: Ugly and hard-fought, yet a vital victory…

Swindon battled manfully to an ugly, hard-fought 1-0 win over mid-table Morecambe, thanks to a trademark half-yard poke from Paul Benson, writes Benjamin Beaumont. It wasn’t pretty, but who cares..? It was three more vital points as Town edge closer to promotion. The first half was a disjointed mess. Town lacked energy and ideas, and most of their passes ended

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Vic Morgan Blog: Ship Shape and Bristol Fashion

Here are the latest ramblings of BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan.. It was what I used to call when I was a football commentator, “a hard fought local derby”. Swindon’s game against Bristol Rovers provided a few thrills and spills, some meaty tackles, at times decent football, but sadly no goals. It was the Town’s first goalless game in eons, well since Bradford

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Match Preview: Morecambe vs Swindon Town

Form Guide…  First placed Swindon are 5 points clear at the top of the table and currently on a run of three defeats in twenty-eight League Two matches. Town’s current form guide reads four wins, one draw and one defeat in six outings. Away from the County Ground, Town won 2-0 at Barnet after suffering two successive defeats, making it four victories and two defeats in six trips.

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