ACCRINGTON Stanley boss John Coleman felt it was two points dropped despite drawing with promotion-chasing Swindon.
"Swindon got out of jail," said the Reds chief. "We should be winning our home games and we should be beating teams like that at home.
"We need to make the Fraser Eagle Stadium a fortress."
Robins manager Dennis Wise admitted: "This isn't the most inviting place to come, the pitch is bumpy and the stadium isn't the nicest and a lot of teams will struggle here, like Wycombe did last week."
Stanley took the lead when Ian Craney's free kick was headed on by Paul Mullin and Andy Todd finished it off at the far post on 32 minutes.
Swindon had the better chances and equalised when Fola Onibuje tricked his way past the defence, fired in a cross which Ian Dunbavin could only palm away and Lee Peacock finished on 67 minutes.
It was a grandstand finish with both teams going all out for the winner but they had to share the spoils.