Winger Danny Invincibile scored one goal and made another as Swindon cruised to victory against Plymouth.
Invincibile inspired Swindon's win
Invincibile opened the scoring seven minutes before half-time, heading into the top left-hand corner after Matt Hewlett's corner had been retrieved at the far post by defender Alan Reeves.
The Australian was then on hand in the 68th minute to set up Sam Parkin to put the game beyond Plymouth's reach as he netted his 24th league goal via the inside of the right-hand post.
Swindon midfielder Stefani Miglioranzi was unlucky not to open the scoring in the fourth minute when he headed against the underside of the crossbar.
Plymouth's best hope of a goal came from striker Nathan Lowndes.
He forced a flying save from goalkeeper Craig Farr from the edge of the area in the 23rd minute.
And he was unlucky not to level the scores seven minutes after the restart when he rounded Farr only for Miglioranzi to somehow clear his effort off the line.
But Swindon deserved their second successive victory and could have won by more, with Invincibile shooting against the goalkeeper in a one-on-one situation.
Swindon: Farr, Heywood, Lewis, Reeves, Herring, Robinson,
Miglioranzi, Hewlett, Duke, Parkin, Invincibile. Subs: Griemink,
Bampton, Draycott, Taylor, Young.
Plymouth: Larrieu, Worrell, Hodges, Coughlan, Aljofree, Norris,
Beresford, Bernard, Friio, Keith, Lowndes. Subs: McCormick,
Wotton, McAnespie, Yetton, Bent.
Referee: I Williamson (Surrey)