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Preview: Yeovil Town

19 March 2013

After defeat at Brentford last week, Town take on Yeovil tonight in a televised evening kick-off at Huish Park.

With the Glovers gunning for promotion for League One, the stage is set for a mouth-watering West Country encounter.

THE VIEW

Former Yeovil striker Andy Williams on his return to Huish Park this evening: 

“Over the last few games we have created a few chances and I have managed two goals in three games. I am sure we will create more opportunities against Yeovil. 

"We have an intelligent group of lads here and everyone knows what is expected of them. We haven’t got the results we wanted in the last few games but we will be working to change that tonight.”

THE STORY SO FAR

The Glovers have enjoyed a massive resurgence in 2013 and are now among the play-off places in League One. 

Since their defeat at SN1 in November, they have lost only a further four times and have only drawn five times. 

They have beaten promotion rivals Tranmere Rovers, Sheffield United and Brentford in recent weeks and have drawn against table-topping Doncaster. They have drawn their last two games against Hartlepool and Crawley.

LAST TIME OUT

Andy Williams scored against his former employers at The County Ground earlier on this campaign in a 4-1 win. James Collins and Darren Ward added the other two goals in front of 8,112.

Two late goals from Sean Morrison and JP McGovern secured a 3-3 draw for Town on their last visit to Yeovil while Swindon last won at Huish Park in September 2009 when a own goal from Terrell Forbes secured a 1-0 win.

TICKETS

Tickets are available on the gate at Huish Park at the following prices:

Seats covered 
  
Adult                                   £17                         
Senior Citizen/Over 65       £13                           
Young Adult 16-21              £10                            
Junior Under 16                  £6 
Wheelchairs users              £13                           

Terrace uncovered 

Adult                                   £17                            
Senior Citizen Over 65        £12                            
Young Adult 16-21              £10                            
Junior Under 16                  £6       

RUNNING FOR CHARITY

STFC Marketing & Promotions Executive Adam Wainwright and Corrinne Davis are running to this evening's game. They set off from The County Ground on Sunday morning and aim to arrive at Huish Park in time for kick-off this evening. Their efforts are raising funds for the STFC Charity of the Year, the Wiltshire Air Ambulance. Click here for more information.


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