SWINDON Town goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux is hoping to right the wrongs of their last derby encounter when he returns to the line-up against Bristol Rovers tonight.

The 22-year-old sat out Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at home to Bury after the red mist descended in the closing stages of the game against Oxford United and he was given his marching orders by referee Stuart Attwell.

The Swindon stopper reacted to a late sliding challenge from Alex MacDonald which resulted in his second yellow card in the 94th minute.

Vigouroux admits that he should have kept his cool and will be looking to put that behind him as a lesson learned when he takes to the field this evening.

“I was really disappointed to be fair,” he told BBC Wiltshire.

“I shouldn’t have reacted the way I did, it was stupid in the last minute but it is a decision I have got to (live with).

“He slid into my face and my jaw is still hurting, even now, and I am still recovering from it.

“It is what it is and we have just got to move on.”

In his absence, 18-year-old Will Henry took his place in the Swindon goal, as well as being given his first start against Chelsea Under 23s last week.

Henry broke onto the scene at the tail-end of last season when he had a memorable debut against Rochdale and Vigouroux is impressed with the competition the teenager has been providing at the start of this campaign.

“He did really well,” he added.

“He is coming along really nicely. He is very young for a goalkeeper and I think a lot of people don’t realise how young he is.

“I really enjoy working with him and he is pushing me really hard.

“We train together and I have been giving him little pointers but I don’t think he really needs them, he is a really confident boy and a really hard worker.”

Meanwhile, defender Lloyd Jones will also be back in contention for a place in Town’s starting XI after returning from suspension having also picked up two yellow cards on a dreary afternoon at Oxford.

“It has been a mix,” said the Liverpool loanee on his start to life at the County Ground.

“My debut away to QPR in the EFL Cup was a good game to come into and it didn’t end so well (against Oxford) for me.

“I really enjoyed (the Oxford game) to a point.

“I thought my first booking was very harsh, I just appealed for a penalty, but my second one deserved to be a booking.

“If we can get some consistency under our belt then we’ll be flying.”