SWINDON Town’s largest attendance of the season could be recorded on Saturday, with relegation-threatened visitors Notts County set to bring more than 2,000 fans to the County Ground.

Neil Ardley’s side must beat Richie Wellens’ Swindon on Saturday to stand any chance of maintaining their status as the country’s oldest Football League club – after forming in 1862.

With that in mind, the Magpies’ faithful have snapped up more than 2,000 tickets already for Saturday’s encounter – with a further 450 tickets available.

Covered and seated tickets in the Arkell’s Stand are completely sold out – extra allocation for travelling fans has however been made in the Stratton Bank.

Ardley said in the build-up to the game: “We were eight points adrift with a much worse goal difference on 1 February, but now we've taken it to the final game.

“I can control the team and the preparation and then we have to go to Swindon on the front foot, believing we can win the match - and then it might just happen.

“Anyone can beat anyone in League Two. We need to win a game and need a team to lose a game – is that a miracle? No.”