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2011–12 matches
League Two
TeamHomeAway
Accrington5–11–2
AFC Wimbledon1–03–2
Aldershot0–10–1
Barnet0–20–2
Bradford2–12–2
Burton7–11–2
Cheltenham1–32–0
Crawley0–01–4
Crewe2–50–3
Dag & Red2–00–4
Gillingham2–21–4
Hereford0–02–1
Macclesfield0–00–0
Morecambe2–13–2
Northampton2–12–3
Oxford0–00–3
Plymouth2–31–1
Port Vale0–3 0–1
Rotherham5–21–0
Shrewsbury1–00–1
Southend1–01–1
Swindon1–10–0
Torquay1–22–2
FA Cup
TeamH/A
Corby TownH3–1
AFC TottonA6–1
Aston VillaH1–3
League Cup
TeamH/A
WatfordH1–1
Leyton OrientA2–3
League Trophy
TeamH/A
WycombeA1–3

Rovers grabbed a narrow win over AFC Wimbledon, enabling them to leapfrog the London club in the League Two standings and move up to 14th place in the table.

Mustapha Carayol scored the decisive goal eleven minutes into the game, with neither team managing to find the back of the net in the remainder of the match.

Match detailsEdit

Bristol Rovers1–0AFC Wimbledon
Carayol (11)(1–0 HT)
at The Memorial Stadium attendance: 5,828
Lineups
1 Scott Bevan 1 Seb Brown
4 Danny Woodards 3 Gareth Gwillim
5 Cian Bolger 17 Mat Mitchell-King
37 Tom Parkes 24 Pim Balkestein
17 Jim Paterson 7 Sam Hatton
Ball Sub-off 11 Mustapha Carayol 15 Sammy Moore
6 Craig Stanley 23 Rashid Yussuff Sub-off
Yellow 8 Matt Gill 25 George Moncur
Sub-off 14 Lee Brown 28 Billy Knott Sub-off
Yellow 9 Matt Harrold 10 Jack Midson
Yellow 26 Chris Zebroski 29 Jason Euell Sub-off
Substitutes
Sub-on 2 Michael Smith 20 Jack Turner (GK)
16 Joe Anyinsah 6 Brett Johnson
Sub-on 18 Eliot Richards 11 Luke Moore Sub-on
23 Matthew Lund 12 Christian Jolley Sub-on
34 Andy Dorman 19 Kieran Djilali Sub-on

TimelineEdit

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