In fact, the Dons have won five of their last eight games against Swindon and lost only once so their even-money price tag appears justified. Swindon were comfortable winners in their last fixture, winning 3-0 away at Chesterfield, however that was their first win in four.
It’s 40/1 for the Robins to repeat that score line, however, the handicap market of Swindon -1 at 13/2 may prove popular with their fans as Mark Cooper’s men have beaten that on five occasions already this season. The visitors also have a better record on the road than they do at The County Ground this term and have the third best goal difference in the division, making their 13/5 odds not without appeal.
Top Tip: Both teams to score at 4/6.