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Peterborough United
5 - 4
Swindon Town

npower League One

London Road

16/10/10

Attendance: 7077

Referee: Waugh

Peterborough UnitedSwindon Town
Mackail-Smith (3, 5), Frecklington (22), Boyd (58), Amankwaah (93 - OG)Ball (24, 43), Ritchie (30), Austin (73 - Pen)
Lewis     Lucas     46
Little     Cuthbert    
Langmead     Rose    
Zakuani     51 Morrison    
Rowe     Amankwaah    
Frecklington     71 Douglas     71
Boyd     McGovern    
McCann     Ferry    
Davies     78 Ball    
Mclean     Ritchie    
Mackail-Smith     Pericard    
Substitutes
Lee     51 Austin     27
Collis     Smith     46
Ofori-Twumasi     71 Prutton     71
Mendez-Laing     78 Caddis    
Piergianni     Sheehan    
Gill     Thompson    
Hibbert     O'Brien    
Game Statistics
11
Goal Attempts
13
5
On Target
4
6
Corners
7
10
Fouls
8
2
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
44
%
56
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