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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

On 2 February 2010 Rovers suffered their biggest defeat to date at the hands of Leyton Orient. The previous record had stood since 1934 when Clapton Orient, as they were then known, beat Bristol Rovers 5–2.

This League One game was also notable for the Rovers debut of loanee Wayne Brown, who was substituted and replaced by Mark Wright in the 68th minute, as well as an own goal by Pirates 'keeper Mikkel Anderson, who had the misfortune to be struck on the back by the ball after a missed penalty kick rebounded off the goalpost, onto him and into the net.

Match detailsEdit

Leyton Orient5–0Bristol Rovers
Purches (26)
Jarvis (51)
Andersen (og 62)
Demetriou (71)
Téhoué (89)
(1–0 HT)
at Matchroom Stadium attendance: 2,931
Lineups
12 Jamie Jones 27 Mikkel Andersen Red ball
Ball 2 Stephen Purches 2 Carl Regan
4 Ben Chorley 5 Danny Coles
5 Tamika Mkandawire 15 Byron Anthony
Ball 11 Jason Demetriou 32 Aaron Lescott Sub-off
8 Adam Chambers 26 Wayne Brown Sub-off
10 Sean Thornton 4 Chris Lines
13 Charlie Daniels 7 Stuart Campbell Sub-off
Sub-off 24 Nicky Adams 11 Jeff Hughes
Sub-off 9 Scott McGleish 8 Andy Williams
Ball Sub-off 14 Ryan Jarvis 17 Jo Kuffour
Substitutes
1 Glenn Morris 51 Rhys Evans
16 Andrew Cave-Brown 6 Steve Elliott
19 Matthew Briggs 3 Mark Wright Sub-on
7 JJ Melligan 16 Dominic Blizzard Sub-on
Sub-on 20 Jimmy Smith 21 Charlie Clough
Sub-on Ball 15 Jonathan Téhoué 23 Ben Swallow Sub-on
Sub-on 22 James Scowcroft 28 Elliot Richards

TimelineEdit

  • Ball 26 mins: Goal for Leyton Orient scored by Stephen Purches.
  • Sub-onSub-off 33 mins: Ben Swallow replaced Aaron Lescott.
  • Ball 51 mins: Goal for Leyton Orient scored by Ryan Jarvis.
  • Ball 62 mins: Goal for Leyton Orient. Own goal scored by Mikkel Andersen. Penalty awarded for a foul on Scott McGleish by Chris Lines, missed by McGleigh and rebounded off the post, off of Andersen's back and into the goal.
  • Sub-onSub-off 68 mins: Mark Wright and Dominic Blizzard replaced Wayne Brown and Stuart Campbell.
  • Ball 71 mins: Goal for Leyton Orient scored by Jason Demetriou.
  • Sub-onSub-off 73 mins: Jonathan Téhoué and James Scowcroft replaced Ryan Jarvis and Scott McGleish.
  • Sub-onSub-off 77 mins: Jimmy Smith replaced Nicky Adams.
  • Ball 89 mins: Goal for Leyton Orient scored by Jonathan Téhoué.

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