Adver Sport get the lowdown on Swindon Town's next opponents in League Two - Cambridge United.

MANAGER: Colin Calderwood

TOP SCORER: Jevani Brown (7)


LAST MATCH: 3-0 Loss v Newport (H) - Apr 13

LAST TOWN MATCH: 2-0 Cambridge Win - Oct 2018

MATCH ODDS: Town 6/4; Draw 9/4; Cambridge 7/4


The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald:

ONE TO WATCH: Rushian Hepburn-Murphy

COLIN Calderwood’s decision to draft Rushian Hepburn-Murphy into his Cambridge United squad on loan in January from Aston Villa could have been viewed as a gamble.

Having worked with the striker during his days as assistant boss at Villa Park, Calderwood clearly took a shine to the youngster.

The 20-year-old might have scored only two goals since arriving at the Abbey Stadium, but his presence has helped the club edge eight points clear of the drop zone in League Two.

Young energy might be just what is needed for United over Easter, as they look to mathematically secure their status in EFL.

A draw against Swindon Town today could do just that.

KEY BATTLE: Keshi Anderson v George Taft

SWINDON Town boss Richie Wellens said last week that Keshi Anderson won’t find a manager that likes him more than himself.

It’s been a mixed year for Town’s No 10 – goals haven’t been struck as often as they could have, but the former Crystal Palace man has no doubt provided opposition teams with problems.

Cambridge United’s George Taft has made 39 appearances in all competitions this season, including October’s 2-0 win at SN1.

Town’s attacking threat has been transformed since then, and Anderson remains a part of that threat with support from Theo Robinson, Kyle Bennett and Kainye Woolery. Plenty rests on this key area.