We will work it out, vows Burnley boss Howe
10:13am Wednesday 26th September 2012 in Sport
The Clarets were beaten 3-1 by Paolo Di Canio's men - and Howe believed his men were the architects of their own downfall in Wiltshire.
Burnley knew they were in for a battle against a side who had already produced two upsets and Howe lamented: “We started really well and had our chances but goals change games and their goals did that.
“The defending again at the second phase of set plays hurt us and we have to tighten up - and that will be our objective through hard work, there is no other way.
“If you take away the goals we conceded we always looked like we would score but goals change games.”
The Robins opened the scoring with their first shot on target when veteran Paul Benson fired home.
Andy Williams's third goal in as many games just before the break made it 2-0, but Burnley pulled one back through former Swindon striker Charlie Austin.
However, defender Troy Archibald-Henville completed the win late on.