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2010–11 matches
League One
TeamHomeAway
Bournemouth1–01–2
Brentford0–00–1
Brighton2–42–2
Carlisle1–10–4
Charlton2–21–1
Colchester0–11–2
Dag & Red0–23–0
Exeter0–22–2
Hartlepool0–02–2
Huddersfield0–11–0
L Orient0–31–4
MK Dons1–20–2
Notts County2–11–0
Oldham1–01–1
Peterborough2–20–3
Plymouth2–31–3
Rochdale2–11–3
Sheff Wed1–12–6
Southampton0–40–1
Swindon3–11–2
Tranmere0–11–0
Walsall2–21–6
Yeovil2–11–0
FA Cup
TeamH/A
DarlingtonA1–2
League Cup
TeamH/A
Oxford UA1–6
League Trophy
TeamH/A
Aldershot TH1–0
WycombeA6–3
ExeterH2–2

Goalkeeper Mikkel Andersen was the hero of this League One match against Brentford, thanks to a number of spectacular saves he pulled off late in the game after Rovers were reduced to ten men following the sending off of Gary Sawyer twenty minutes from time.

Despite being under heavy pressure at times from the side with the numerical advantage The Pirates held on for a vital point, which was enough to keep the team above the relegation zone.

Match detailsEdit

Bristol Rovers0–0Brentford
(0–0 HT)
at The Memorial Stadium attendance: 5,609
Lineups
1 Mikkel Andersen 51 Ben Hamer
2 Carl Regan 3 Craig Woodman
6 James Tunnicliffe 6 Pim Balkestein
15 Byron Anthony 12 Michael Spillane
Yellow Red 3 Gary Sawyer 22 Karleigh Osborne Yellow
Yellow 4 Chris Lines 2 Kevin O'Connor
Yellow 7 Stuart Campbell 11 Myles Weston
11 Jeff Hughes 18 Nicky Adams
Sub-off 8 Will Hoskins 20 Toumani Diagouraga
9 John Akinde 10 Charlie MacDonald
17 Jo Kuffour 29 Gary Alexander
Substitutes
13 Mike Green 1 Richard Lee
Sub-on 14 Wayne Brown 4 Marcus Bean
18 Eliot Richards 5 David McCracken
20 Charlie Reece 7 Sam Saunders
21 Charlie Clough 8 Nicky Forster
22 Harry Pell 16 Sam Wood
23 Ben Swallow 17 Ryan Blake

TimelineEdit

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