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Boss Ready For Swindon

24 October 2014

Tony expecting exciting game on Saturday.

He said: "Swindon are an 

But Tony believes that their weekend opposition will provide an interesting challenge.

The U's have picked up 15 points in their last nine games as they've enjoyed a resurgence under the new manager.

Colchester United boss Tony Humes is expecting an exciting match when the team travel to Swindon on Saturday. "If both teams perform, then it should be a cracking game. 

out and out football team; they’re a bit more expansive than we are, but they want to play football in the right way.

"They perhaps take a few more risks when playing out from the back and they aren't afraid to go for it. They play with three centre halves and we will see how we can capitalise on that."

The U's will be without Drey Wright after the winger was ruled out for the season with a cruciate ligament injury, but Rhys Healey will be hoping his goal against Chesterfield will nudge him closer to a second first team start.

Tony said: "Rhys pushing for a start; he’s got good movement and fits the role of the centre forward as we want them to play.

"His runs and general play creates opportunities for others, which gives us a nice selection problem for Saturday."

Tony said: "Frankie took a real smash to the face, but we don't believe he was concussed. At the moment, he looks fine, but we will make sure that that is the case and hopefully he will be available to travel for our game."

The U's will also hope to have Frankie Kent in contention for the weekend. The defender was substituted early on in the game against Chesterfield, but is hopeful of travelling to he West Country this weekend.

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