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Oldham Athletic 2 - Swindon Town 2

Boundary Park, Oldham

26/2/2008, 7:45pm Kick Off

Attendance: 3,933 (152 Swindon Town Fans)

FT: Oldham 2, Swindon 2

Swindon Town took a 1-0 lead into half time at Boundary Park thanks to a Lee Peacock goal on the 29th minute of the match.

Oldham Athletic have equalised against Swindon Town on the 50th minute at Boundary Park after David Livermore scored a goal to make it 1-1.

Just six minutes after the home side took the lead after Mark Allott slotted past Town goalkeeper Phil Smith who fumbled the ball.

Town responded well to the goal and got the score back to a deadlock after Lee Peacock scored his second goal of the game.

The fourth official indicated there would be 3 minutes added time however neither team were able to create anything else and the game ended 2-2 meaning Swindon's chances of the playoffs once again take a hit.

Star Player

Lee Peacock - Peacock scored 2 goals for the away team to ensure that Town left Oldham with a share of the points.

Match Stats

For all the Stats from this evenings Oldham Athletic/Swindon Town fixture please click HERE

Oldham Athletic View

To get the match report from an Oldham Athletic view please click HERE

Next Fixture

Coca Cola League One:Swindon Town V Leeds United, Saturday 1 March 2008, 2pm Kick Off at the County Ground.




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Date:Tuesday February 26 2008

Time: 9:39PM

 

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