Swindon v Accrington preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 12:20pm
Swindon will be without defender Chris Hussey when they conclude their season on Saturday by hosting Sky Bet League Two champions Accrington.
Hussey has been handed a five-game suspension by the Football Association, plus a £4,000 fine, following an incident that took place in the wake of the 2-1 loss at Newport on April 14.
The 29-year-old, who has been on loan from Sheffield United, has returned to his parent club, as has midfielder Ollie Banks, who was told this week by Robins boss Phil Brown that he "wasn't needed for the game so he could go back" to Oldham.
Olly Lancashire (back) remains sidelined along with Luke Norris (shoulder), but Matt Preston (knee) could be back involved, having trained this week.
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Accrington boss John Coleman may retain the same starting line-up once again. The team for the 1-0 home win over Lincoln last Saturday, when Stanley secured the title, was the same as that which had started the previous five games.
Coleman has no injuries or suspensions in his squad to contend with ahead of the trip to the Energy Check County Ground. Accrington are looking to round things off with a 30th win of the campaign.
Swindon have won both of their two home League Two games against Accrington by a 2-0 scoreline.
Stanley's 2-1 win in the reverse fixture in February was their first in five attempts against Swindon in League Two (D1 L3).
Swindon have gone eight league games without a victory (D5 L3). Despite this, the Robins are guaranteed a top half finish.
Stanley's six game unbeaten run on the road came to an end following a 2-1 away defeat to Newport in their last away game. However, victory for the Champions in this match would see them finish the season on 96 points, which would be the second highest points tally in League Two over the past 10 seasons (Northampton, 99 points in 2015-16).
The division's top goal scorer Billy Kee has been directly involved in eight goals in his last 11 away league appearances for Accrington (seven goals, one assist).