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2009-10 matches
League One
TeamHomeAway
Brentford0–03–1
Brighton1–11–2
Carlisle3–21–3
Charlton2–12–4
Colchester3–20–1
Exeter1–00–1
Gillingham2–10–1
Hartlepool2–02–1
Huddersfield1–00–0
Leeds0–41–2
L Orient1–20–5
Millwall2–00–2
MK Dons1–01–2
Norwich0–31–5
Oldham1–01–2
Southend4–31–2
Southampton1–53–2
Stockport1–02–0
Swindon3–04–0
Tranmere0–00–2
Walsall0–10–0
Wycombe2–31–2
Yeovil1–23–0
FA Cup
TeamH/A
SouthamptonH2–3
League Cup
TeamH/A
AldershotH2–1
CardiffA1–3
League Trophy
TeamH/A
HerefordA0–0

Bristol Rovers' first and only FA Cup match of the 2009-10 season came on 6 November 2009, when fellow League One side Southampton came to the Memorial Stadium. Southampton were eager for revenge, both for their 3–2 loss at the hands of the Pirates just over a month earlier, and also for getting knocked out of the Cup at the 5th round stage in 2008, when a Rickie Lambert free kick earned Rovers a 1–0 victory.

Rovers came into the match on the back of a five game losing streak, stretching back to the beginning of October. In fact, the 3–2 win at St Mary's at the end of September was the last time the Gas had avoided defeat in a match. Manager Paul Trollope was unable to bring about a change in fortunes in this fixture however, and although the team provided a spirited fightback from 3–0 down to make it 3–2, it wasn't enough, and the Pirates were condemned to their sixth consecutive defeat.

Match detailsEdit

Bristol Rovers2–3Southampton
Duffy (73)
Hughes (pen 90+2)
(0–0 HT)Connolly (63, 68)
Antonio (70)
at Memorial Stadium attendance: 6,446
Lineups
51 Rhys Evans 1 Kelvin Davis Yellow
2 Carl Regan 2 Dan Harding Yellow Sub-off
6 Steve Elliott 3 Wayne Thomas
15 Byron Anthony 6 Radhi Jaïdi Yellow
Ball 11 Jeff Hughes 23 Lloyd James
Yellow 8 Andy Williams 14 Dean Hammond
4 Chris Lines 19 Morgan Schneiderlin
7 Stuart Campbell 37 Michail Antonio Ball Sub-off
Sub-off 3 Mark Wright 38 David Connolly Ball Ball Sub-off
Sub-off 16 Dominic Blizzard 7 Rickie Lambert
17 Jo Kuffour 20 Adam Lallana
Substitutes
46 Rob Holmes 28 Bartosz Białkowski
20 Charlie Reece 5 Chris Perry
21 Charlie Clough 18 Joseph Mills Sub-on
Sub-on 23 Ben Swallow 10 Paul Wotton Sub-on
31 Mark Cooper 11 Lee Holmes
Sub-on Ball 10 Darryl Duffy 29 Oscar Gobern Sub-on Yellow
18 Ben Hunt 9 Papa Waigo N'Diaye

TimelineEdit

  • Yellow 41 mins: Andy Williams booked for a foul on Dan Harding.
  • Yellow 44 mins: Dan Harding booked for a foul on Jo Kuffour.
  • Ball 63 mins: Goal for Southampton scored by David Connolly.
  • Sub-onSub-off 67 mins: Double substitution for Bristol Rovers – Ben Swallow and Darryl Duffy replaced Mark Wright and Dominic Blizzard.
  • Ball 68 mins: Goal for Southampton scored by David Connolly.
  • Ball 70 mins: Goal for Southampton scored by Michail Antonio.
  • Sub-onSub-off 73 mins: Oscar Gobern replaced Dan Harding.
  • Ball 73 mins: Goal for Bristol Rovers scored by Darryl Duffy.
  • Yellow 78 mins: Oscar Gobern booked for a foul on Andy Williams.
  • Sub-onSub-off 79 mins: Double substitution for Southampton – Joseph Mills and Paul Wotton replaced Michail Antonio and David Connolly.
  • Yellow 81 mins: Radhi Jaïdi booked for a foul on Jo Kuffour.
  • Ball 90+2 mins: Goal for Bristol Rovers scored from the penalty spot by Jeff Hughes, following a foul on Jo Kuffour by Oscar Gobern.
  • Yellow 90+3 mins: Kelvin Davis booked.

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