Injury problems mount for Robins

Swindon manager Danny Wilson has a host of injury problems to contend with ahead of the trip to Southampton in League One on Tuesday evening.

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Lucas: Hamstring injury

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David Lucas and Vincent Pericard are the latest to join a treatment room that has suddenly become packed to the rafters.

First-choice goalkeeper Lucas was forced off after just 12 minutes of Saturday's 1-0 win at Brighton with a hamstring injury and he is doubtful to feature at St Mary's. Striker Pericard also fell victim to a hamstring injury in the first half at the Withdean and is doubtful.

Fellow forward Billy Paynter missed out altogether due to a hamstring problem of his own, as did defender Sean Morrison (groin) and the pair definitely remain sidelined.

Right-back Kevin Amankwaah made the bench after yet another hamstring strain but, despite failing to play, aggravated the problem again and is also doubtful.

But, in a rare piece of good news for Wilson, winger Danny Ward trained on Monday following the head injury which forced him off at the weekend and he should be okay.

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