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Our Visitors on New Year's Day

31 December 2019

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OUR regular look at the opposing team, as Argyle welcome Swindon Town to Home Park in Sky Bet League Two.

New Year’s Day 2020 will long be remembered as one of the great days in Plymouth Argyle history, as the magnificent new Mayflower Grandstand will be fully open for the first time when Swindon Town visit in Sky Bet League Two. We will also be helping to launch Mayflower 400 – from Plymouth to the world.

Do not miss this one - www.argyletickets.com

Fixture
Sky Bet League Two
Argyle v Swindon Town
Home Park
New Year’s Day 2020
3pm

Match Referee
Kevin Johnson

Contact
Swindon Town Football Club
The Energy Check County Ground
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN1 2ED
0330 002 1879
www.swindontownfc.co.uk
www.facebook.com/SwindonTownFootballClub
www.twitter.com/Official_STFC

League Position
1st in Sky Bet League Two

Last Five Results
Sunday, December 29
Sky Bet League Two
Port Vale 2
Burgess 13, Taylor 52
Swindon Town 0

Thursday, December 26
Sky Bet League Two
Swindon Town 4
Doyle pen 5, Anderson 40, 45, 66
Cambridge United 0

Saturday, December 21
Sky Bet League Two
Forest Green Rovers 2
Mills 55, 90
Swindon Town 2
Doyle 16, 35

Saturday, December 14
Sky Bet League Two
Swindon Town 2
Woolery 45, Doyle 85
Oldham Athletic 0

Saturday, December 7
Sky Bet League Two
Grimsby Town 0
Swindon Town 3
Doyle 10, Yates 24, 52

Next Game
Saturday, January 4
Sky Bet League Two
Swindon Town v Bradford City

Leading Scorer
Eoin Doyle - 22

Last Home Park Visit
October 9, 2018
EFL Trophy
Plymouth Argyle 0
Swindon Town 3

Richards 16, Anderson 38, Woolery 82

Manager – Richie Wellens
As a midfielder and graduate of the Manchester United Academy, Richie Wellens enjoyed a fine career in the Football League, most notably for Blackpool, Oldham, Leicester and Doncaster. He moved into management with Oldham and then took over as the Swindon boss in November 2018.

Pre-Match View
“We’ll come up with ideas and see what we can do in terms of nullifying what Plymouth can do because they’re a really good team. But we still want to continue to do what we’re good at without losing that fluidity.” Richie Wellens.


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