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npower League One

The County Ground

21/08/10

Attendance: 8132

Referee: Rushton

Swindon TownBrentford
Prutton ('40)MacDonald ('8)
Lucas     McCarthy    
Caddis     O'Connor    
Rose     59 Woodman    
Cuthbert     Bean    
Morrison     Osborne    
Douglas     Legge    
McGovern     West    
Prutton     Diagouraga    
O'Brien     77 Simpson     68
Dossevi     60 MacDonald     85
Austin     Alexander    
Substitutes
Kennedy     59 Adams     68
Smith     Lee    
Ball     60 Forster     85
Pericard     77 McCracken    
Ferry     Balkenstein    
Timlin     Spillane    
Amankwaah     Hunt    
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
8
1
On Target
2
11
Corners
11
6
Fouls
8
2
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
55
%
45
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