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2007-08 matches
League One
TeamHomeAway
Bournemouth0-21-2
Brighton0-20-0
Carlisle3-01-1
Cheltenham2-00-1
Crewe1-11-1
Doncaster0-10-2
Gillingham1-12-3
Hartlepool0-00-1
Huddersfield2-31-2
Leeds0-30-1
L Orient2-31-3
Luton1-12-1
Millwall2-11-0
Northampton1-11-0
N Forest2-21-1
Oldham1-01-0
Port Vale3-21-1
Southend1-11-0
Swansea0-22-2
Swindon0-10-1
Tranmere1-12-0
Walsall1-11-0
Yeovil1-10-0
FA Cup
TeamH/A
L OrientA1-1
L OrientH3-3
RushdenH5-1
FulhamA2-2
FulhamH0-0
BarnetA1-0
SouthamptonH1-0
West BromH1-5
League Cup
TeamH/A
C PalaceH1-1
West HamH1-2
League Trophy
TeamH/A
BournemouthH0-1

On 12 February 2008 Rovers hosted Oldham Athletic at the Memorial Stadium. Coach Paul Trollope kept the same starting eleven from the previous match, despite losing that game to Doncaster Rovers. The only change to the lineup on the bench was the return of Richard Walker in place of Byron Anthony.

Before the game kicked off Rovers were 16th in League One and Oldham were tenth, just three points ahead of The Pirates. An injury time goal, headed in by Craig Disley from a Sean Rigg cross, was enough to give Rovers all three points and move them up to 13th in the league.

Bristol Rovers1-0Oldham Athletic
Disley (90)(0-0 HT)
at The Memorial Stadium attendance: 5,778
Lineups
1 Steve Phillips 1 Mark Crossley
32 Aaron Lescott 2 Neal Eardley
5 Craig Hinton 14 Reuben Hazell
16 Danny Coles 6 Stefan Stam
3 Joe Jacobson 3 David Livermore
14 David Pipe 15 Gary McDonald
7 Stuart Campbell 8 Mark Allott
Ball 20 Craig Disley 11 Jason Jarrett
18 Chris Lines 18 Chris Taylor
Sub-off 8 Andy Williams 10 Craig Davies
Sub-off 9 Rickie Lambert 25 Lewis Alessandra Sub-off
Substitutes
11 Chris Carruthers 31 Josh Bell
Sub-on 19 Sean Rigg 24 Deane Smalley Sub-on
Sub-on 10 Richard Walker 12 Kelvin Lomax
17 Anthony Pulis 17 Matthew Wolfenden
4 Sammy Igoe 32 Paul Black

TimelineEdit

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