Swindon Town finally return to The Energy Check County Ground on Saturday with West Bromwich Albion tomorrow.
The game kicks-off at 3pm and we've put together a useful guide to get you in the mood for the game...
Tomorrow's friendly will be split into two games of 60 minutes with a 15 minute half-time break in-between the two matches.
There will also be a water break on the half-hour mark in both games due to the hot temperatures expected tomorrow afternoon.
The first game will see a full-strength Town side take on West Brom's first-team with the sides having both returned from pre-season breaks in Spain and Scotland respectively.
And the second game will involve a younger Swindon outfit against Albion's U23s with getting minutes into players still crucial at this stage of pre-season.
Tickets are currently available in-store and online via https://www.eticketing.co.uk/swindontown/, whilst ticket sales will also continue right up until kick-off on the day.
|Children (11 & Under)||£2|
Fans are reminded that ONLY the Arkells and Better Town End stands will be open for tomorrow's game.
The Legends Bar will be open from 12pm for home fans only but will shut immediately after kick-off.
West Brom fans will be able to use Bar 71 from 12pm, which is located at the end of the Arkells Stand.
Parking is available in the main car park at The Energy Check County Ground, whilst spaces are also available at St Joseph's Catholic College (SN3 3LR).
West Brom supporters heading to the game can also check out our handy Away Fans' Guide by clicking HERE.
Swindon Town Football Club would like to urge both sets of fans to keep up to date with travel info ahead of tomorrow's game due to the 2018 Air Tattoo taking place at Fairford this weekend.
Town will be without the injured pair of Marc Richards (shoulder) and Kaiyne Woolery (leg) for tomorrow's game, although everyone else should be fighting fit and raring to go.
West Brom will field a strong team in the first game tomorrow with the likes of James Morrison and Jake Livermore expected to be involved.
VIEWS FROM BOTH CAMPS:
Phil Brown, Swindon Town Boss: "West Brom is going to be a tough test. I fully expect it to be a tough test but the lads are prepared for it."
Darren Moore, West Brom Head Coach: "Swindon always provide a good test and it will be good to give the boys a chance to stretch their legs.
"It will be a difficult game which is what I want while at the same time we can look at some of the bits and pieces that we have been bringing to the players for game situations.
"I know Phil Brown really well, he's a really experienced manager who will have his team well set-up, and we are really looking forward to the game after a good week's work."
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