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Anderson Confident Town Can Make It A Day To Remember At Cov

Attacker Previews Today's Game

20 January 2018

Keshi Anderson is confident that Town have what it takes to get the better of Coventry City today and make it four wins on the bounce.

Dave Flitcroft's side are in Sky Bet League Two action at the Ricoh Arena this afternoon (3pm Kick-Off) looking to carry on their recent fine form.

Coventry are just one place above Town in the table and Anderson knows just how big today's game is for both sides.

"It has been a weird season. Everyone is beating whoever, everyone is losing to whoever and the league is very, very tight at the moment," he said.

"We're on a very good run in January, we haven't lost yet and hopefully we can go on and get the wins in our next two games as well.

"We want to go through January and see where it takes us. If we win on Saturday and other teams slip up then we could be right up there.

"It is that time of the season where we just want to be nailing games and getting massive points.

"Coventry are a good team otherwise they wouldn't be up there.

"We're on a very good run in January, we haven't lost yet and hopefully we can go on and get the wins in our next two games as well."

Keshi Anderson

"They are very organised in what they do and they've got a few players they can look to as match-winners.

"But we've got enough in our team to make sure that we eradicate whatever they bring.

"What happens on the pitch depends on what we bring. If we let them play their game then of course it is going to influence the crowd in a positive way, but if we take control then it could have a negative impact on their fans.

"It all depends on what happens on the day and how hard we work."

Anderson played with Marc Richards at Northampton Town last season and he was full of praise for Swindon's new striker.

"I like Rico as a man, he's a very nice guy and I love him even more as a player because, like me, he's non-stop, he's 100% and he gives everything," he added.

"He's a very good finisher so I look forward to seeing what he's got."


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