PAOLO Di Canio’s Swindon Town secured a comfortable victory over Accrington Stanley at the Crown Ground in this afternoon’s League Two fixture.

Jake Jervis had a goal disallowed for offside for the visitors early in the game after Ian Dunbavin had saved Matt Ritchie’s effort.

But Jervis broke the offside trap with six minutes left in the first half, racing clear from a pass from former Blackburn Rovers youngster Raffaele De Vita before sliding the ball past Dunbavin.

And Swindon made their dominance pay when they scored their second goal in the 57th minute as Simon Ferry found Colombian loan signing Cristian Montano, who lashed home from the edge of the box.

Stanley: Ian Dunbavin; Dean Winnard, Kevin Long, Sean Hessey, Kevin McIntyre; Luke Joyce, Peter Murphy; Ian Craney, Andy Procter (Luke Dobie 66), Padraig Amond (Charlie Barnett 46); Kurtis Guthrie (Will Hatfield 46). Subs not used: Sean Murdoch, Danny Coid.

Swindon: Wes Foderingham; Paul Caddis, Aden Flint, Alan McCormack, Liam Ridehalgh; Matt Ritchie, Simon Ferry, Jonathan Smith (Oliver Risser 54), Raffaele De Vita; Cristian Montano (Alan Connell 76), Jake Jervis (Lukas Magera 90). Subs not used: Joe Devera, Alessandro Cibocchi.

Referee: Andy Haines.

Attendance: 1,663.