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BIG MATCH PREVIEW: Swindon Town V Crawley Town

All you need to know ahead of tonight

1 February 2022

Swindon Town will be looking to pick up a big three points when they take on Crawley Town at The County Ground in the EFL Sky Bet League Two tonight.

Ben Garner's team are back in action this evening against their divisional rivals, with kick-off for tonight's game at 7:45pm.

Allow us to get you set for tonight's game...


The last meeting between these two teams was one to remember for Town as a Eoin Doyle hat-trick and a Jerry Yates strike sealed a resounding 4-0 success away from home on 26th October 2019.


Season / Date Competition  Result  Town Scorers
2019-20 - 36 Oct (A) Sky Bet League Two 0-4 Doyle (3), Yates
2018-19 - 26 Jan (H) Sky Bet League Two 0-1  
2018-19 - 21 Aug (A) Sky Bet League Two 2-2 Dunne, Anderson
2017-18 - 2 Apr (A) Sky Bet League Two 1-1 Richards
2017-18 - 26 Aug (H) Sky Bet League Two 0-3  


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Jack Payne and Mathieu Baudry are still sidelined and one other player was being assessed, while Ben Garner could hand debuts to some of his new signings, including the likes of Louie Barry and Brandon Cooper.



Ben Garner, Swindon Town Head Coach: "I think Crawley have done well away from home and they had another good result at Bradford on Saturday," Garner said.

"I think John Yems has done a fantastic job there because they don't have an Academy and players that can come through and bolster them that way.

"I don't think they will have one of the biggest budgets in the league by any stretch, so he's done really well and they've got really good experience in their team and they've got a lot of quality there.

"They are always intense, they are always organised and they can be a match for anyone in this division as they've shown.

"I've got full respect for John and his team on Tuesday night and we know it is going to be a difficult game, one we're going to have to prepare very well for and be at our best to win."


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Referee - Carl Brook

Assistant Referee - Justin Amey 

Assistant Referee - Robert Dabbs 

Fourth Official - Mark Derrie


Not at The County Ground tonight? Don’t panic because there are numerous ways to keep up to date with all the action.

Live updates will be available on our Twitter and Facebook pages, in addition to our Match Centre on the website, which can be found at the top of the home page on matchdays.

In the wake of the game, will be the place to go with a full report, reaction and pictures available to view and read through shortly after the final whistle.


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MATCH REPORT: Swindon Town 1-1 Crawley Town

Reds snatch a point

2 February 2022

Swindon Town left it late to rescue a point in a 1-1 draw with Crawley Town in the EFL Sky Bet League Two at The County Ground on Tuesday night.

Jack Powell's penalty late in the first-half gave the visitors a slender lead at the break, but Ben Gladwin's deflected strike ensured the Reds came out of the contest with a point.

Town Head Coach Ben Garner opted for three changes with on-loan Swansea City defender Brandon Cooper making his debut, while Ben Gladwin and Ryan East came into the fold with Jonny Williams and Louis Reed dropping to the bench. 

There was also a place amongst the subs for January addition Louie Barry, on loan from Premier League outfit Aston Villa, as the Reds named a very strong bench.

Town started with a real attacking intent as Harry McKirdy flashed a dangerous ball across goal which was met by Ben Gladwin, and his shot forced a good stop from Glenn Morris in the visiting goal.

McKirdy was then off-target with a shot after driving into space, before Ellis Iandolo's wicked cross was hacked out for a corner, which led to Jake O'Brien dinking a header into the arms of Morris.


It was all Town as they launched wave after wave of attack on the Crawley goal, with the latest foray forwards resulting in the dangerous Iandolo curling a superb shot inches wide of the post.

Rob Hunt then nodded down the ball in the path of Josh Davison who was just off-target with a well-hit drive, before the visitors enjoyed a spell of pressure.

Tom Nicholls hooked an effort inches wide before his low shot was gathered by Jojo Wollacott, and the Town keeper had to be alert to beat away a drive by Crawley's Jack Payne with Town eventually clearing their lines.

And it was the visitors who took the lead with 40 minutes played. Jordan Lyden committed a foul on James Tilley inside the box as a corner was played in, and it was left up to Jack Powell to step up and hammer home the resulting spot kick to give his team the lead.

Tilley's cross was only half dealt with by Wollacott and he did well to recover and gather Powell's header, while at the other end Town attempted to go in level at the break but McKirdy could only fire wide from Iandolo's cross.



In order to try and turn things around, the Reds made a change at half-time as Louie Barry came on to make his Town debut, replacing Josh Davison who had also picked up a knock.

Barry nearly made an instant impression as his first-time snap-shot flew into the side netting, before Jonny Williams came on to replace Ryan East as Town looked to add a much-needed attacking spark to their play.

Ben Gladwin fired a well-hit drive just over the bar with more than an hour played, while Tilley fired over from a tight angle at the other end.

McKirdy's low shot was smothered by Morris as the game entered the final 20-minutes, before Jayden Mitchell-Lawson replaced Dion Conroy as Town attempted to change the dynamic of their play.


Tyler Frost won the ball back and drove forward before flashing a shot inches wide, and that missed chance gave Town a way back into the game and they took it with Gladwin's shot taking a deflection before nestling into the back of the net.

There was five minutes added on with the momentum firmly in the Reds' favour, but they were unable to muster up a late winner and had to settle for a point instead, with Louis Reed being sent off for dissent after the final whistle.



SWINDON TOWN - Wollacott; Iandolo, Conroy (C) (Jayden Mitchell-Lawson 82), Gladwin, Lyden, Davison (Louie Barry 45), McKirdy, Cooper, O'Brien, Hunt, East (Jonny Williams 60). 

SUBS NOT USED - Ward, Odimayo, Reed, Aguiar. 

SCORERS - Ben Gladwin (90).

BOOKED - Jordan Lyden, Harry McKirdy.

SENT-OFF - Louis Reed.

CRAWLEY TOWN - Morris; Davies (Ludwig Francillette 45), Tunnicliffe, Craig, Tsaroulla, Tilley, Powell, Payne, Nichols, Grego-Cox (Tyler Frost 65), Nadesan (Mark Marshall 77). 

SUBS NOT USED - Seymour, Gallagher, Matthews.

SCORERS - Jack Powell (40).

BOOKED - Tom Nicholls, Nick Tsaroulla, Jack Powell.

REFEREE - Carl Brook.

Attendance - 7,306 (131 Away Fans). 

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25 January 2022

Swindon Town fans can now purchase tickets for our upcoming home games against Crawley Town and Exeter City at The County Ground.

It will be a busy February for Ben Garner's team who face no less than seven games in the EFL Sky Bet League Two, including five games at SN1.

It all starts with two home games next week as the Reds take on Crawley Town on Tuesday 1st February (7:45pm Kick-Off), before Exeter City head to The County Ground on Saturday 5th February (3pm Kick-Off).

Town fans can now purchase tickets for both fixtures online by clicking RIGHT HERE.


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