SWINDON Robins boss Alun Rossiter reckons supporters will be in for a “humdinger” of a meeting when his side finally start their SGB Premiership play-off push tonight.

After three previous rain-offs, Swindon will be hoping it is fourth time lucky for the first leg of their semi-final away against Wolverhampton Wolves this evening.

The two sides are then scheduled to meet for the second leg back in Swindon on Thursday.

Robins team manager Rossiter is itching to get going after a lengthy delay and predicts plenty of fireworks at Monmore Green.

“We just want to get on with it now. It has been dragging on but we want to get stuck in and get going,” said Rossiter.

“The boys are raring to go and I am sure it is going to be a close one. It will be a humdinger.

“By the end of the season, I think we were the two form teams, so it is bound to dish up some good stuff.

“We are all systems go.”

With his side benefitting from home advantage in the second leg of the semi-final, Rossiter says the first priority tonight in the Midlands is to make sure they get back to the Abbey Stadium still in the fight.

“If we can’t win, we need to keep it as close as possible. That’s the way in the play-offs,” said Rossiter.

“It counts for nothing what has happened up there before or what Wolves have done at the Abbey. It is a clean slate for everyone.

“We have got to beat what is in front of us and our goal is to get to the final.”