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Watch Port Vale vs Swindon Town online: Live stream today’s League Two play-off semi-final

By Jonathan Davies

Watch Port Vale vs Swindon Town online: Live stream today’s League Two play-off semi-final

Published: 17:45, 19 May 2022

Port Vale welcome Swindon Town for the second leg of their League Two play-off semi-final on Thursday (7.45pm BST).

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Where to watch Port Vale v Swindon Town on TV:

  • UK: Sky Sports Football
  • US: ESPN+

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It’s advantage Swindon heading into the dramatic climax at Vale Park; Harry McKirdy’s brace helping them to a 2-1 win at the County Ground on Sunday. The Robins have hit form at the perfect time, having now won each of their last five matches.

Meanwhile, that was a fourth defeat in five for Vale, who must improve if they are to return to League One after five years away. Whoever wins will face Mansfield in the final, after Nigel Clough’s side beat Northampton in their semi-final.

Port Vale team news

Darrell Clarke could rotate his squad in an attempt to inspire a change of fortune for Vale following their recent struggles.

Having missed the first leg, Chris Hussey could be recalled on the left side of defence, while Jamie Proctor or Jake Taylor could replace Ryan Edmondson in attack.

Swindon Town team news

By contrast, Ben Garner could be forgiven for leaving his in-form Swindon side untouched.

Although with a lead to protect, he could opt for the more defensive-minded Akinwale Odimayo at right-back. As a result, Mandela Egbo would potentially drop to the bench.

League Two 2021/22 recent form:

  • Port Vale: LWDLLL
  • Swindon Town: WWWWW

Scoreline prediction: Port Vale 1-2 Swindon Town

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