Paolo Di Canio’s Swindon Town are slowly but surely climbing the table.. No defeat in 10 games and a cup victory over league 1 top dogs Huddersfield Town shows how Di Canio has taken to the job.
His enthusiasm on the touchline is infectious, and his players are responding well.
4 wins and 2 draws in the last 6 games whilst only conceding a single goal means Aldershot Town will have their work cut out to take even a point away from the County Ground.
2 defeats on the bounce for mid table Shots shows inconsistency, 3 wins from 6 is decent enough form, but it is their home form that is keeping them safe this season.
In their last 3 away league games, Aldershot have conceded 2 goals in each of the games, so we are going to carry on with that trend and watch The Robbin’s carry on up the table.