We look back at the latest match with Swindon from the 2015-2016 seasonPort Vale 1 Swindon Town 0
At Vale Park
February 2016ndTuesday 2
Attendance 3,256 including 177 visiting supporters
Vale kept up their impressive home form with a slender win against Swindon Town, albeit with a less than impressive performance against the Robins.
minute, but he visitors attacking performance kept Vale pressed back inside their own half for much of the game. thVale started off brightly and got their rewards when skipper Carl Dickinson found the net with a back post header in the 6
The game is all about getting the goals your play deserves and despite Swindon’s neat football inside the Vale half, you have to give credit to the way defended, and for that alone, they deserved the three points.
Jak Alnwick, Ben Purkiss, Richard Duffy, Ryan Innis, Carl Dickinson, Louis Dodds, Anthony Grant, Sam Foley, Matty Kennedy, Ajay Leitch-Smith, Theo Robinson.
Remie Street, JJ Hooper, Adam Yates, Michael Brown, Sam Kelly, Byron Moore Ryan Boot,SUBS:
SWINDON TOWN:Lawrence Vigouroux, Nathan Thompson, Bradon Ottewill, Fabien Robert, Yaser Kasim, Michael Doughty, Jeremy Balmy, Jon Obika, Jermaine Hylton, Anton Rodgers, Bradley Barry
James Brophy, Lee Marshall, Josh Cooke, Tyrell Belford, Ellis Landolo, Jordan YoungSUBS: