Tag Archives: NPower League One 2010/2011

The table DOESN’T lie…

Guff from the Adver earlier earlier today with Gary Rose’s article on his interview with Swindon Town defender Andy Frampton. Titled “The table DOES lie!”, the article widely quotes from Frampton, yet I can’t read anywhere Frampton making that exact statement in the title… A misleading title born from Frampton commenting: “We have to concentrate on what we are doing.

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Town v Dag & Red: More points lost

As Swindon Town were denied a blatant penalty in the dying moments of Saturday’s game, it ended a perfect opportunity to gain an advantage on our relegation rivals as results elsewhere all went in our favour. Paul Caddis was clearly fouled by two Dagenham & Redbridge defenders, yet bizarely referee Sutton or even his well-sighted assistant didn’t see fit to award the penalty.

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Swindon Town: Running out of time to avoid relegation

Here’s one for you…so how many points do Swindon Town need to avoid relegation to League Two? After updating my usual predicted League One home / away form table (see below), I now find Yeovil Town predicted to finish 20th with 50.15 points and Swindon, unsurprisingly predicted, to finish bottom with a meagre 41.6 points. So with 11 games remaining for Town,

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League One Predictions: Swindon relegated with Walsall, Plymouth and Rovers?

Following the full League One fixture programme this afternoon, for what it’s worth, here’s an updated league form table sorted by predicted finish position. The predicted total is calculated by points per game secured home and away, and projecting this forward for the remainder of the season. So Swindon have won 1.22 points per game at home with 5 games

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League One Alternative Table

A visual league table of League One to provide a clearer indication of the actual points gap between teams. Number in brackets is no. of games played. With 2 wins in a week, Tranmere Rovers show what a difference back to back wins can do to League position. Swindon’s position now 4 points off the bottom also hasn’t been helped by the

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