Michael Duff has highlighted Swindon Town's front line as a threat to his team on Saturday when his Robins side line up in their final home game of the season.
With just two games to go in the club's league campaign, the final home outing of the campaign at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium sees Swindon make the short journey to Gloucestershire.
Both teams lost their Easter Monday fixtures and Saturday represents a good opportunity to get back to winning ways for both sides - though Duff will be hoping his teams eye-catching home form is influential again one final time this weekend.
"I think their front four is as good as any in this League," Duff said at the club's Thursday morning press conference.
"Richie [Wellens] has got them playing. They play good football, fluid, with rotations all over the pitch. The two full backs go and play really high up the pitch and the front four in [Kaiyne] Woolery, [Kyle] Bennett, [Keshi] Anderson and [Theo] Robinson - there's some real good pace and movement in that top four.
"They're a big club at this level. I think Monday was their first defeat in eight or nine games so they've been on a decent run, looking for the play-offs. I think they might just fall short but I don't think it'll be a dead game because I think Richie has gone to press and said he's expecting a reaction. People are playing for contracts.
"There will be hopefully another 4,000 gate hoping to see a good game of football."
Watch more from Duff's press conference above on iFollow.
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