Swindon vs Stevenage preview
Last Updated: 26/11/18 2:56pm
Swindon will be forced into at least two changes as they host Stevenage in League Two.
Midfielder Jak McCourt is sidelined after dislocating his shoulder during the 1-0 win at Port Vale. On-loan forward Elijah Adebayo, who scored the winner at Vale Park, will also miss out as he serves a one-match ban after picking up a fifth booking of the campaign.
Adebayo was a late call-up to the starting XI after Marc Richards suffered an injury in the warm-up and the 36-year-old forward will be monitored before kick-off.
Stevenage are missing Ben Nugent and Kurtis Guthrie through suspension. Nugent was booked on his return from a four-game absence on Saturday to trigger a one-match ban, while Guthrie still has two fixtures to sit out after he was sent off at Bury the weekend before.
Young defender Luther James-Wildin and forward Dan Newton will both be monitored after they missed Boro's last two games. Goalkeeper Paul Farman has recovered from injury but is lacking match fitness and will appear in training matches before being considered for a first-team start.
Swindon have won all but one of their six Football League meetings with Stevenage (L1), losing 0-2 in January 2014.
Stevenage are winless in four trips to Swindon in all competitions (D1 L3) since beating them 2-1 in the third round of the FA Cup in January 1998.
Swindon have failed to win any of their previous seven League Two games at the County Ground (D4 L3) - their longest winless streak on home soil in the Football League since a run of seven games between August and October 2015 in League One.
Stevenage have lost just one of their last five league games (W3 D1), a 0-4 defeat against Bury in their last away outing in League Two.
Stevenage forward Alex Revell has netted seven goals in his 10 league appearances against Swindon - more than he has against any other side in the Football League.