ADVER Sport takes a look at Swindon Town's next FA Cup opponents, Stevenage.

Manager: Darren Sarll

Top scorer: Matt Godden (eight)

Form guide: WDLDL

Last match: 1-0 loss v Cambridge (A) - Nov 25

Last Town match: 3-2 Town win - Sept 2017

Match odds: Town win 6/4, Stevenage win 17/10, draw 12/5

Likely line-up

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One to watch - Mark McKee

TEENAGER Mark McKee is still in the infancy of his professional career but is highly thought of by Stevenage boss Darren Sarll.

The 18-year-old, from Northern Ireland, was discovered by Sarll when he was just15 while playing at Cliftonville and was promptly snapped up by Stevenage as a scholar in 2015.

He has made just 11 first-team appearances for the club since his debut in the back end of last season but got 90 minutes in the Football League under his belt for the very first time in Stevenage’s 1-1 draw at home to Coventry City on November 21.

He followed that up with another full game outing in the 1-0 defeat at Cambridge United last weekend and is starting to establish himself as an important figure on the right-hand side of Sarll’s midfield.

Key battle - Paul Mullin v Joe Martin

WITH fitness concerns over Luke Norris and Keshi Anderson likely to be unavailable for selection in the FA Cup, Swindon Town will most likely look to Paul Mullin as their chief goal threat against Stevenage.

Mullin is frequently deployed in a wide attacking position for Town and if it is on the right, he will be up against left-back Joe Martin.

The 29-year-old is a mainstay of the Stevenage back four this term, having started all 20 games in League Two.