Big night for Frank

Loanees Frank Nouble and Matt Fry will go head to head on Monday night when Swindon Town travel to Charlton Athletic for their League One play-off semi-final second leg.

Neither of the teenagers was involved in the first leg, which ended in a 2-1 victory for Swindon at the County Ground on Friday. Nouble, in particular, will be hoping to get on to the pitch at The Valley and help to fire the Robins back to the Championship after a three-year absence.

Charlton, for whom Fry is yet to make a first-team appearance, are set to name former Hammer Christian Dailly in their starting XI, while Academy graduate Kyel Reid could be drafted in by Addicks manager Phil Parkinson.

Swindon's trip to Charlton will be screened live by Sky Sports, with kick-off at 7.45pm.

Meanwhile, Holmar Orn Eyjolfsson was back in the KSV Roeselare side for Sunday's Belgian First Division promotion/relegation play-off at RAEC Mons.

The on-loan West Ham United defender missed last Thursday's 3-0 defeat at KES Eupen, but was back in the starting XI for the 2-2 draw at Mons.

The Iceland Under-21 centre-back was on the field for 70 minutes at the Stade Charles Tondreau, being replaced by Czech Stepan Kucera with Roeselare leading 2-1.

Unfortunately, Dennis van Wijk's team were unable to hold on, with Mons scoring an equaliser through French defender Mael Lepicier with 13 minutes remaining.

The draw leaves Roeselare joint second in the four-team play-off standings with four points from three matches, two points behind leaders Eupen.

Eupen beat the fourth side challenging for promotion, KSVK United Lommel, 1-0 on Sunday. Roeselare and Mons both have four points, with Lommel one behind on three.

Eyjolfsson and his team-mates host Mons in what is a must-win match on Thursday evening before completing their play-off fixtures by travelling to Lommel on Sunday and hosting Eupen next Thursday 27 May.

The side which finishes top of the standings will play in the First Division in 2010/11.