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Swindon Town
2 - 2
Leyton Orient

npower League One

County Ground

23/10/10

Attendance: 8384

Referee: Kettle

Swindon TownLeyton Orient
Austin 62, Rose 84Spring 60, Revell 76
Lucas     Butcher    
Amankwaah     Omozusi    
Cuthbert     Chorley    
Morrison     Forbes    
Sheehan     Cox    
Caddis     Chambers    
McGovern     Daniels    
Ferry     Spring    
Ritchie     85 Smith    
Ball     58 M'Poku     17
Austin     McGleish     90+4
Substitutes
Rose     58 Revell     17
Smith     Lovelock    
O'Brien     69 Walker     90+4
Dossevi     85 Brown    
Jean-Francois     Dawson    
Thompson     Jarvis    
Evans     Tehoue    
Game Statistics
2
Goal Attempts
3
0
On Target
4
7
Corners
8
11
Fouls
12
0
Yellow Cards
2
1
Red Cards
0
50
%
50
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