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                                                    npower League 1 , Nov 20, 2012
                                                    Ground: County Ground , Kickoff: 19:45 , Att 7,431

                                                    Team news

                                                    Williams out for Robins Swindon striker Andy Williams will miss the Robins' clash with Brentford at The County Ground after suffering a knee injury.

                                                    Having netted against his former club, Williams, 26, hobbled off before half-time in the 4-1 win against Yeovil on Saturday and will undergo a scan to assess the extent of the damage.

                                                    Although Paolo Di Canio has no other fresh injury concerns, there are still a number of absentees for the visit of the Bees. Aden Flint will serve the final match of his four-game suspension while Alan Navarro is back in training following medial ligament damage but is unlikely to be risked.

                                                    Fede Bessone is still out with a calf problem while Tommy Miller is a month away from a return to action.

                                                    Swindon sit just three points off the automatic promotion places in npower League One and have lost just twice at home all season.

                                                    Antonio German is pushing for a start for Brentford.

                                                    The striker, 20, came off the bench to head the equaliser against Preston on Saturday and may be rewarded with a promotion to the starting XI.

                                                    Republic of Ireland Under-21 defender Rob Kiernan was an unused substitute at Deepdale following his loan move from Wigan and could be given his debut against the Robins.

                                                    Manager Uwe Rosler is expected to have the same squad at his disposal, meaning he will again be without long-serving midfielder Kevin O'Connor due to an ankle injury and striker Farid El Alagui, who has a long-term knee problem.

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                                                    Bees sting Robins Clayton Donaldson scored his third goal in five games to lead Brentford to a 1-0 win over fellow npower League One promotion chasers Swindon at the County Ground.

                                                    Donaldson's thunderous 58th-minute volley was enough to separate the sides as Paolo di Canio's Town team slumped to their fifth home defeat of the season.

                                                    The former Crewe striker could have netted as early as the 12th minute but for a smart save from home goalkeeper Wes Foderingham to push wide his well-hit drive.

                                                    At the other end, Bees keeper Simon Moore produced a superb 41st-minute stop to keep out debutant Chris Martin's piledriver.

                                                    Swindon began the second half brightly and almost took the lead when Gary Roberts fizzed a dangerous centre across the six-yard box but none of his team-mates could get a crucial touch.

                                                    Team Line-ups

                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Substitution Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Rating
                                                    1 Wes Foderingham
                                                    15 Nathan Thompson
                                                    5 Joe Devera
                                                    22 Darren Ward
                                                    3 Jay McEveley
                                                    10 Matt Ritchie
                                                    8 Simon Ferry(sub 61)
                                                    26 Danny Hollands
                                                    11 Gary Roberts(sub 73)
                                                    9 James Collins(sub 57)
                                                    24 Chris Martin
                                                    30 Leigh Bedwell
                                                    2 Troy Archibald-Henville
                                                    12 Alan McCormack
                                                    23 Raffaele De Vita
                                                    20 Miles Storey(sub 57)
                                                    28 Adam Rooney(sub 73)
                                                    33 John Bostock(sub 61)
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Substitution Rating
                                                    21 Simon Moore
                                                    14 Shaleum Logan
                                                    5 Tony Craig
                                                    6 Harlee Dean
                                                    24 Jake Bidwell
                                                    4 Adam Forshaw(sub 83)
                                                    8 Jonathan Douglas
                                                    20 Toumani Diagouraga
                                                    3 Scott Barron(sub 70)
                                                    9 Clayton Donaldson Goal
                                                    23 Paul Hayes(sub 75)
                                                    1 Richard Lee
                                                    7 Sam Saunders(sub 75)
                                                    15 Stuart Dallas
                                                    19 Harry Forrester(sub 70)
                                                    27 Manny Oyeleke
                                                    30 Antonio German
                                                    33 Rob Kiernan(sub 83)

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