Two sides at the wrong end of the League Two table lock horns this weekend as Swindon Town take on Salford City.
Swindon Town currently sit 17th in League Two with ten wins, seven draws and thirteen losses from thirty games this season.
Swindon have had an up-and-down campaign in England's fourth tier but a sustained period of bad form now has them in a fairly precarious position.
They're entering this game having won just two of their last ten games in the league, the latest of which was a 2-1 defeat away at Newport County.
The defeat at Newport was frustrating one in that it followed an impressive 2-0 victory over Bradford City in their game prior, but they were unable to build on that and now find themselves coming into this one needing three points.
They can take confidence from their recent showings on home soil though, with the Robins having taken seven points from their last three games on their own patch.
Swindon are well clear of the drop zone and are in no danger of going down, but they looked like a genuine playoff contender at one point and that is now in serious danger of dissipating.
A win here would hopefully help put them back on track but they're facing a side in good shape here.
Salford City currently sit 19th in League Two with nine wins, seven draws and fourteen losses from thirty games this season.
Salford have largely had a nightmare campaign in League Two and were looking like relegation fodder for large portions of it, but the appointment of Karl Robinson in early January looks to have galvanised the Ammies as they now look to climb up the league table.
Robinson has taken charge of five league games and hasn't lost any of them, winning three and drawing two of his opening period in the dugout.
Salford's most recent game saw them claim their biggest win of the season, a thumping 3-1 win over automatic promotion candidates Wrexham thanks to goals from Theo Vassell, Elliot Watt and Matt Smith.
Salford managed a 2-2 draw with Swindon when the two sides locked horns back in October, but given how they've developed so far under Robinson they'll feel confident about bettering that result this weekend.
A win here would really set Salford on their way up the table and instil belief in the squad that they could still do something meaningful this season.
For our Swindon vs. Salford prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.
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