ADVER Sport rounds up a selection of the most interesting events to occur in Swindon Town Football Club history this week.

1970: Don Rogers scores twice against Liverpool in the League Cup to secure a 2-0 victory in front of nearly 24,000 fans at the County Ground.

1985: An injury-time Bryan Wade goal sends the League Cup match with First Division Sunderland to extra time - and he nets again to hand Swindon a famous victory.

1986: When he discovers that the Town’s home game against Wigan clashes with his wedding, fan Mike Rogers writes to the club to ask if they would consider rearranging - and they duly oblige, moving the game to be played on the Sunday. Swindon do the business on the pitch as well - goals from Dave Bamber, Mark Jones and Chris Kamara sealing the points.

1988: Stephen Darby is born on this day - the defender went on to score the winning penalty in the League One play-off semi final victory against Charlton Athletic in 2010.

2000: Giuliano Grazioli comes off the bench and scores his first goal of the season within a minute of coming on to give Town a 2-1 victory over Oxford, and ensure the U’s remain bottom of the table.

2010: Swindon beat Bristol Rovers 2-1 in a west-country derby that was shown live on Sky Sports - Sean Morrison and Vincent Pericard with the goals for Danny Wilson’s men.

With thanks to