Robins in rude health for Addicks visit

Swindon have no new injury problems ahead of their eagerly-anticipated League One play-off semi-final first leg at home against Charlton.

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Striker Vincent Pericard remains on the sidelines with the troublesome heel injury that ruled him out of the closing stages of the regular season while long-term absentee Kurt Hammonds (knee) will also continue to watch from the stands.

Manager Danny Wilson said: "Everybody's fine and you would expect it as well at this stage because of the size of the game and the rewards at the end of it."

Wilson is likely to revert to the tried and trusted XI that started last weekend's final-day defeat at Millwall, although Scott Cuthbert could challenge Lescinel Jean-Francois' place in defence.

Billy Paynter and Charlie Austin, who have 45 league goals between them this term, will continue their strike partnership and look to hand the Robins what could be a crucial first-leg advantage heading into Monday's decider at The Valley.

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