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Where: Griffin Park, London
When: 16:30 BST
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Brentford defender Tony Craig is available for the second leg after sitting out Saturday’s 1-1 draw because he was finishing a three-match ban.
With no new injury problems, Bees boss Uwe Rosler has to decide whether to bring in some fresh legs for the game.
Swindon could name an unchanged team for the tie, with Simon Ferry set to continue in midfield.
If Kevin MacDonald wants to make changes he could bring in Tommy Miller, Luke Rooney or James Collins.
• An injury-time penalty from Brentford’s Kevin O’Connor cancelled out Massimo Luongo’s 70th-minute opener for Swindon in Saturday’s clash at the County Ground, which means they go into this second leg level-pegging.
• Of 86 meetings over 92 years, Swindon have won 35, Brentford 29, with 22 drawn.
• Brentford did the league double over Swindon this season, but the Wiltshire club are vying for a third win in four visits to Griffin Park.
• The winners of this tie will play either Sheffield United or Yeovil at Wembley on Sunday 19 May for a place in the Championship next season.
• Uwe Rosler’s Brentford are looking for a first win in five in all competitions.
• The Bees famously missed out on automatic promotion to Doncaster in the most dramatic of circumstances on the final day.
• The highest placed club going into the play-offs at this level has been the most successful, winning promotion in 10 of the 26 years since the end-of-season competition was instituted.
• The west London club have never been promoted through the play-offs, despite six previous attempts.
• Brentford have spent the last four seasons in League One, but have only had one campaign in the 2nd tier in the last 59 years; 1992/93.
• Kevin MacDonald’s Swindon have scored only one goal in their last four away games, all of which were lost, last winning on the road on 19 March, against Yeovil.
• The Robins are chasing successive promotions and a return to the second tier they last graced in 1999-2000.
• They have been promoted via the play-offs, on two of the six occasions they have participated in them, going up to the old Second Division in 1987, and to the Premier League in 1993.
• The Wiltshire club last qualified for a Wembley play-off final in 2010.