Two first-half goals from Paul Benson secured leaders Swindon Town a club record ninth successive league win and victory over Accrington Stanley.
The experienced striker, notched his sixth goal of the campaign with a header from 12 yards.
Benson then took his tally to four in his last four with a shot from the edge of the penalty area.
Accrington's best chance of the match fell to Jamie Devitt, who fired wide.
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Swindon manager Paolo di Canio told BBC Wiltshire:
"I'm very angry with my players. The way we played in the second half is absolutely rubbish, the mentality was wrong.
"I'm worried for the future if we start losing our humility. I don't see why it happened today, I hope it was an accident.
"Nearly all of them don't deserve (praise). We won but in some way we lost something in the second half. I believe in what I say. Today's second half was opposite to my principle in football."