Terriers march to~away-day victory

Swindon manager Maurice Malpas was booed off at full-time as his side crashed to a fifth successive home defeat, 3-1 to Huddersfield.

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Goals from Liam Dickinson, Gary Roberts and Michael Flynn comprehensively saw Huddersfield emerge with all three points in a game where they should have had five or six.

Swindon captain Craig Easton fired a late consolation for the home side, but it was too little, too late in a shoddy display.

Saturday's result leaves Malpas' Robins in 19th place in League One, while Huddersfield are up to 15th.

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