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Milton Keynes Dons
2 - 1
Swindon Town

npower League One

stadium:mk

28/08/10

Attendance: 7866

Referee: Evans

Milton Keynes DonsSwindon Town
Baldock 72', 73'Cuthbert 45+1'
Martin     Lucas    
Lewington     Caddis    
Doumbe     Rose    
O'Hanlon     Cuthbert    
Woodards     Morrison    
Hamann     65 Douglas    
Leven     McGovern     69
Chadwick     Prutton    
Easter     60 O'Brien     78
Baldock     Dossevi     52
Balanta     Austin    
Substitutes
Ibehre     60 Pericard     52
Searle     Smith    
Guy     65 Amankwaah     69
Chicksen     Ball     78
Carrington     Ferry    
Powell     Kennedy    
Johnson     Thompson    
Game Statistics
17
Goal Attempts
4
8
On Target
4
7
Corners
9
5
Fouls
17
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
1
55
%
45
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