Town will be looking for a return to winning ways in the Sky Bet League One when they make the trip to Oldham Athletic on Saturday (3pm Kick-Off).
It has been a tough couple of weeks for the Robins who have lost their last three games on the domestic front, including a frustrating 2-1 defeat to Bristol Rovers last time out.
August, with three defeats and three draws following their 1-0 win away at Bury.thOldham, meanwhile, have failed to register a win in all competitions since 20
However, Town have found it tough against the Latics in recent years and found themselves on the losing side twice last term.
Oldham ran out 2-0 victors the last time these sides met in April 2016, goals from Liam Kelly and Curtis Main giving the hosts the spoils at Boundary Park.
meeting between the two sides with Oldham edging the head-to-head record with 22 wins to Town’s 18, whilst there have been 13 draws.rdTomorrow’s game will be the 53
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FULL RECORD V OLDHAM ATHLETIC:
P53 W18 D13 L22 F78 A77
FORM GUIDE (LAST SIX GAMES IN ALL COMPETITIONS):
OLDHAM ATHLETIC - LDLLDD
TOWN - WDLWLL
OLDHAM ATHLETIC - Josh Law/Darius Osei (2)
TOWN - Michael Doughty (2)
OLDHAM ATHLETIC - Former Town loanee Jamie Reckord could feature against his former club after coming through a reserve game unscathed on Tuesday.
Calaum Jahraldo-Martin is also back in contention after recovering from injury, whilst Ousmane Fane, Cameron Dummigan and Ryan McLaughlin could feature after impressing in midweek.
TOWN - Luke Williams will be without Jamie Sendles-White (knee), Michael Doughty (illness), Brad Barry (hamstring), Jordan Stewart (knee) and Jordan Young (hamstring) for Saturday's game.
However, apart from the above, Town have no fresh injury concerns heading into tomorrow’s encounter.
A WORD FROM BOTH CAMPS:
Steve Robinson, Oldham Athletic Manager: “There is not a lot between seven or eight clubs and one win takes us up to around ninth so we are aiming to win the game.
“It’s our home game and we’re looking to capitalise on a good point last week. Swindon are a good side that come out and play football.
“They take risks and play out from the goalkeeper all the time but it’s something we can get on top of them. We have a high energy pressing game and that’s what we intend to do.”
Luke Williams, Swindon Town Head Coach: “There are so many cagey affairs in League One and so many tough battles that go right to the end.
“We need to be prepared as always to go and face the challenge.
“I’ve got no doubt that Oldham will be setup extremely well and there are no easy challenges.”
Referee - Mark Haywood
Assistants - Barry Cropp and Barry Gordon
Fourth Official - Philip Dermott
PLAYED FOR BOTH TEAMS:
Hasney Aljofree, Neil Harris, Benny Jones, Steve Mildenhall, Sam Parkin, Fede Bessone, Fraser Digby, Brian Kilcline, Cristian Montano, Alan Sheehan, Jake Kean, Adam Rooney.
FOLLOW THE ACTION LIVE:
Town fans will be able to follow all of tomorrow’s action across our Twitter(@Official_STFC) and Facebook pages.
STFC Player HD subscribers will also be able to enjoy full uninterrupted commentary of the match, while there will be a report and reaction from Luke Williams and a number of players on swindontownfc.co.uk in the wake of the game.