Where did you sit/stand in the ground?
Ollie: The four of us had the pleasure of standing in the side terrace, with our view being restricted by a pillar. Standing just in front of the food kiosk which was good, as could go back and forth when you wanted without worrying.
Robin: We had an excellent view of the two goals scored on the night, both at the South Stand end.
Robin: The first half was an even encounter without too many clear cut chances. Our goal from centre back Aden Flint was the obvious high point. In the second half Barnet grew in confidence as the half went on, with Marshall and Deering a threat. Most Swindon fans (and players!) were glad to hear the full time whistle. It was predominantly Barnet pressure in the final 10 minutes!
Was the scoreline a fair reflection?
Ollie: Overall, I think 1-1 was a fair reflection on the game. Neither teams creating many chances. Neither teams standing out as winners. Some very sloppy play at times with both teams giving the ball away too often.
Who, in your opinion was man of the match?
Ollie: For Swindon, my MOM is Simon Ferry. Controlled the midfield well and picked up any loose balls. Opened up the game a bit more and used the space to exploit the channels at times. Ferry has been one of our stand-out players this season and will continue to improve
Who do you play next and how do you think you'll get on?
We have Rotherham away at the Don Valley on Saturday.
Robin: Another tricky away game. Hopefully the players are sufficiently rested come the weekend, added to the fact I expect Di Canio to bring back Paul Benson and Alan Connell to the starting 11, I will travel to South Yorkshire fairly hopeful of getting a positive result