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Leeds Utd 2 - Swindon 1 - Stats

Leeds Utd
2 - 1
Swindon

Elland Road, Leeds

17/11/07, 3pm K.O

Attendance: 27,990 (1,700 Swindon Fans)

Referee:

Leeds UtdSwindon
Beckford 32 (pen), 56Peacock 47
Casper Ankergren     Peter Brezovan    
Frazer Richardson     Miguel Comminges    
Rui Marques     Jerel Ifil    
Matt Heath     Hasney Aljofree    
Jamie Clapham     Sofiene Zaaboub    
David Prutton     Christian Roberts     83
Jonathan Howson     Craig Easton     73
Andy Hughes     Michael Pook    
Sebastien Carole     61 Lee Peacock    
Tresor Kandol     83 Billy Paynter    
Jermaine Beckford     90 Simon Cox    
Substitutes
Paul Huntington     Barry Corr     73
Alan Thompson     Jon-Paul McGovern     83
Leon Constantine     90 Andy Nicholas    
Radostin Kishishev     61 Ben Tozer    
Mark De Vries     83 Mark Scott    
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
10
7
On Target
4
5
Corners
1
7
Offside
6
9
Fouls
20
1
Yellow Cards
7
0
Red Cards
0
64
%
36

Writer:Aaron Hughes
Date:Sunday November 18 2007
Time: 7:11PM

Comments

0
64% possesion to Leeds and 7 attempts to 4 on target, and you say Swindon were the better team!! Will you be taking 1700 to your next away game or was it just for the special occassion?
dazza71
18/11/2007 20:01:00
0
first half we matched or better Leeds, No doubt about that. We were not push overs. 1,700 to our next away game? doubtful but then again it is Carlisle away on a Tuesday night and a 550 mile round trip.
STFC_Gazza
18/11/2007 20:12:00
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