Match reports from Swindon Town and Chippenham Town.

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Walsall 0 Swindon Town 2

Ahead of this top of the table clash, Town manager Paul Sturrock opted to shuffle his formation by switching to a five-man midfield and playing 17 year-old Lukas Jutkiewicz as a lone striker.

Against the side that had claimed ten wins from 11 games at the Bescot, Town faced a stiff challenge.

French midfielder Sofiene Zaaboub was immediately influential, combining with Jutkiewicz on two occasions but it was a ball from loan man Michael Timlin that released Jutkiewicz half way through the first half of the match.

The youngster showed great composure to stroke the ball past keeper Clayton Ince to open his senior goal scoring account and claim what was only the second home goal that Walsall had conceded all season.

Town continued to impress with most of the quality possession and Jutkiewicz came close to doubling the lead when his shot was cleared off the line.

Half time Walsall 0 Swindon 1

Soon after the start of the second half, Christian Roberts, who was playing as part of the reinforced midfield, knocked a shot narrowly over the bar as Town carried on from where they had left off.

And it was the combination of ex-trainee Jutkiewicz and Roberts that gave Town a two-goal lead, this time with half of the second period gone.

Jutkiewicz was felled in the penalty box as he looked to pick out the Welshman, and Roberts himself despatched the spot kick as Town began to make a mockery of the Saddlers' home record.

With less than ten minutes to go, Roberts came off in favour of Ricky Shakes, then Zaaboub, who had pressed had Jutkiewicz for man of the match, was replaced by Andy Nicholas as Town controlled the game.

There was still time for Pead to clip the top of the crossbar in a rare threat from Walsall, but the points were heading to Wiltshire.

There was justified criticism of Sturrock's team after the performances against Morecambe and at Mansfield over the last week, but the manner of this result turned the form table on its head.

It will have lent great confidence to Sturrock's men as they head towards the Christmas fixtures.

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Chippenham Town 2 Wealdstone 0

Sam Allison was controversially sent off in the 90th minute after being adjudged by the referee to have dived in the penalty area despite looking as if he had been triped.

But it was the only dark cloud on a day where Chippenham finally recorded consecutive home wins this season.

They had taken the lead through Dave Gilroy on three minutes and made it 2-0 ten minutes before the break when Sean Seavill rifled home.

But new striker Steve Cook, Gilroy, Seavill, Allison and a host of others missed great chances to add to the score in the second half.

Manager Darren Perrin said: "We were outstanding today and should have won by more goals. The players have turned in two good performances this week."

Chippenham are back in action against Swindon Supermarine in the Wiltshire Senior Cup on Tuesday night.

"To be honest we could have done without it. We will rest quite a few players to keep us as fresh as possible for Saturday's trip to Cheshunt."