SWINDON boss Alun Rossiter is urging supporters to turn out at the Abbey to support their play-off bid tonight, with the club offering fans a special ticket offer.
The Robins will search for three vital points as they take on a severely depleted Wolverhampton side.
Rossiter admits the situation is far from ideal with their opponents hit by injuries and fixture clashes.
However, the meeting remains crucial for Swindon as they look to move back into the Elite League top four.
The club will be offering discounts for supporters who attend both this evening’s meeting and Monday’s clash with Coventry – and Rossiter is calling on supporters to back his side.
He said: "We acknowledge that the Wolverhampton side tonight is a patched up side, which is obviously regrettable.
"But we do need the support of the public to come down and help the Robins in our play-off bid.
"We are targeting six points from tonight and the Coventry meeting on Monday, and we need plenty of support to help us make it happen.
"Supporters who attend tonight should keep their re-admission ticket. If they show their re-admission ticket at the Coventry match on Monday it will be £10 admission.
"We can also confirm we are producing a joint-programme for the two fixtures so supporters only need to purchase one.
"We believe we are offering supporters who attend both meetings a significant discount, and as a result we hope to see plenty of people supporting us at the Abbey.
"We really need to come away with two wins, and we hope to get plenty of support from the people of Swindon which will have a positive effect on the team."