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Exeter City host Swindon tonight looking to end a run of three straight home defeats.

hey will have to do so without midfielder Jake Thomson who is still suffering from an ankle injury he picked up in a reserve game with Torquay last week.

Paul Tisdale has no new injury concerns and could name the same side that triumphed 2-0 over Notts County on Saturday.

Swindon are on a nine game winless run and pressure is growing on boss Danny Wilson.

triker Vincent Pericard (Knee) and winger Alan O`Brien (hamstring) will miss tonight`s clash. Also side-lined are defenders Milan Misun and Lecsinel Jean-Francois.

This fixture was originally scheduled for Boxing Day, but freezing temperatures over the Christmas period meant that the game had to be rearranged.

The sides last met just over two weeks ago at Swindon`s County Ground where the game finished in a rather uninspiring goalless draw.

City currently sit 12th in League One and could go 11th with victory tonight. Swindon after making the play-offs last season are struggling this time around, occupying 21st place in the table.



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Writer:Kithson Bain
Date:Tuesday February 15 2011
Time: 3:40PM

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