Dino Maamria's Stevenage squad head to Swindon ahead of a mini-break...
Tickets are available for Stevenage fans from the County Ground at the following matchday prices:
- Adult: £23
- Over 65/Student: £17
- U21: £10
- U18: £6
- U11: £2
Wheelchair/Ambulant disabled supporters pay their relevant age category price with a FOC carer if required.
Unfortunately the Supporters Association Coach will NOT be running for this fixture.
Click here for an away fans guide to Swindon Town FC.
Swindon Town has two official car parks open on a Matchday. The County Ground itself has limited spaces available for £10 whilst the St Joseph's School Car Park is a five minute walk from the stadium and costs £5.
- Live Stream...
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- Onto the game…
Saturday's big win over MK Dons has only gone to tighten things up even further at the summit of the Sky Bet League Two table.
Just one points seperates Stevenage in 8th to Colchester United in 3rd, the final automatic promotion spot.
Boro's away form has been middle-of-the-road this season with 3 wins, 2 draws and 4 defeats, the last victory coming at Cheltenham a month ago.
A slow start to the season for Swindon saw Phil Brown lose his job, making way for Richie Wellens who picked up his first win for the club on Saturday in his second game in charge, away at Port Vale.
Playing away from home hasn't been a problem for Swindon - 14 points from 10 games is the third best road record in the division.
Closer to home is where the issue lies as only two home wins have been picked up at the County Ground all season.
- One to watch…
Referee: Charles Breakspear
Assistant Referee 1: Marc Wilson
Assistant Referee 2: Rob Smith
Fourth Official: Geoffrey Russell
- Form guide…
- View from the camp…
"We have to be brave. We have to go there and play on the front-foot. Our last two away games haven't been us. We played on the back foot really and it doesn't suit us. If you compare those games to - for example - when we beat Carlisle, they are worlds apart. We are best when we dominate the ball and play on the front-foot.
"It would be excellent to go into the free weekend with another win. It will then give our lads the chance of a much needed rest before we attack December.
"We saw what we are capable of on Saturday when we play with confidence and belief and we want more of the same tonight."
- Head to Head...
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