Town will be looking to put on a show in-front of the Sky Sports cameras when they host Charlton Athletic at The County Ground on Saturday (12pm Kick-Off).
The TV cameras will be out in full force at SN1 tomorrow as Luke Williams’ side attempt to get the better of the Addicks and secure a vital three points in the Sky Bet League One.
Town have faced a break from action on the domestic front following their 4-1 defeat to Scunthorpe United last month, facing Eastleigh and Exeter City in the Emirates FA Cup and Checkatrade Trophy respectively.
Charlton, on the other hand, are unbeaten in their last six outings in all competitions and will be looking to keep that run going on Saturday.
Town and Charlton have met on 59 occasions in all competitions with the Addicks able to boast 27 wins to the Robins’ 14.
FULL RECORD V CHARLTON ATHLETIC:
P59 W14 D18 L27 F77 A101
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FORM GUIDE (LAST SIX GAMES IN ALL COMPETITIONS):
TOWN - DWLLDD
CHARLTON ATHLETIC - WDDWWD
TOWN - Michael Doughty (3)
CHARLTON ATHLETIC - Ademola Lookman (5)
TOWN - Nathan Thompson and Jon Obika are both progressing well but won’t feature tomorrow, although both Conor Thomas and Sean Murray will return to the fold after recovering from minor knocks.
James Brophy will be assessed prior to kick-off but, other than that, Town have no fresh injury concerns heading into tomorrow’s game.
CHARLTON ATHLETIC - The Addicks are missing Ademola Lookman, Josh Magennis and Jordan Botaka for tomorrow’s game with the trio all on international duty, while star man Ricky Holmes (foot) will be assessed prior to kick-off.
A WORD FROM BOTH CAMPS:
Luke Williams, Swindon Town Head Coach: “They are going to be formidable tomorrow – I’ve got no doubt about that.
“We have to be at the top of our game to get a result but I’m very optimistic.
“We look forward to being back at home and we strongly believe we’re going to be able to get the points and get our season really started.”
Russell Slade, Charlton Athletic Manager: “I think our results have started to back that up. In terms of performances in general, they are slowly starting to come together.
“We have got to maintain it – that is the trick. We need to reproduce it and reproduce it and continue to improve, so that we can climb the table.
“It’s such a tight league. It is incredible really and it reinforces how you need that momentum that managers always talk about.”
Referee - Tim Robinson
Assistants - David Avent & Ian Cooper
Fourth Official - Brendan Malone
PLAYED FOR BOTH:
Nicky Ajose, Jon Obika, Paul Benson, Kevin James, Steve White, Pat Terry, Fede Bessone, Jay McEveley, Frank Nouble, Roger Smart, Darren Ward, Leon Clarke, Jimmy Giles, Johnnie Jackson, Michael Smith.
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