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04/10/11

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Exeter CitySwindon Town
Nardiello (72')Jervis (18', 35')
Krysiak     Lanzano    
Tully     Devera    
Archibald-Henville     Caddis    
Golbourne     McCormack    
Coles     Cibocchi     75
Dunne     Ritchie    
Duffy     31 Gabilondo    
Whichelow     46 Smith     69
Nardiello     Abdulla    
Bauza     Connell     65
Nicholls     61 Jervis    
Substitutes
Shephard     31 Kerrouche     65
Jones     46 Risser     69
Logan     61 Thompson     75
O'Flynn     Magera    
Pidgeley     Bedwell    
       
       
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
10
5
On Target
7
7
Corners
5
11
Fouls
5
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
42
%
58
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