Swindon Town are looking to build on a decent start to the League Two season as they face Sutton united this weekend.
Swindon Town currently sit 10th in League Two with two wins and three draws from their first five games of the season.
Swindon have started the campaign in solid fashion as they find themselves unbeaten in their opening five games of the season.
Despite their good start on the whole they may well feel that things could have been even better having been held to draws in games they should have won.
Swindon sacrificed a 5-3 lead away Wrexham to draw the game 5-5 courtesy of two injury-time Wrexham goals and they could only manage a 0-0 draw last weekend away at bottom of the table Doncaster Rovers despite their opponents playing the entire second half with ten men.
Still, it's best not to dwell on what could have been and focus on the fact they're in a good position in the standings after the first month of football.
They've only played two league games at home so far with one ending a 2-2 draw against Crewe Alexandra and the other finishing a whopping 6-0 win over Crawley Town last time out so they'll be hoping for a repeat of those heroics.
22-year-old forward Jake Young bagged four goals in that 6-0 hammering but having failed to score against ten-man Doncaster last weekend he'll be hoping he can make amends in this one.
Swindon will desperately want to win this one to make up for last weekend's frustrating draw and given the calibre of opponent they're facing here this is not a game they should fail to win.
Sutton United currently sit 23rd in League Two with one win and five defeats from their opening six games of the season.
It's been a tough, tough start to the season for Sutton who after a 5-1 hammering of Notts County on the opening day of the season have found themselves on a constant descent.
They're coming into this game off the back of a five-match losing streak with their most recent defeat a hugely disappointing 0-1 loss at home to an our of form Forest Green Rovers.
With a goal difference of -4 they've been poor at both ends of the field and it's tough to see how they're going to turn this around in the near term.
They've lost both league games they've played away from home this season and the likelihood is that this will be a third loss in a row.
For our Swindon vs. Sutton prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.