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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 20 March 2010 Rovers earned their first ever away win against Yeovil Town, when they beat the Somerset club 3–0 in a League One match at Huish Park. The result also tied the record for the Pirates' biggest ever win against the Glovers, after Rovers' 3–0 win at the Memorial Stadium thirteen months earlier.

In this match both sides featured goalkeepers on loan from Reading, and it was Yeovil keeper Alex McCarthy who made the headlines early on, when after holding possession for too long he allowed Jo Kuffour to close him down and his attempted clearance cannoned off the striker and into the net for the first goal. Further goals were added by Paul Heffernan and Kuffour again before the break, giving Rovers a 3–0 lead. The second half saw the Gas dominate in a way they had failed to do in the first, and although they didn't add to their lead they never looked like conceding.

Match detailsEdit

Yeovil Town0–3Bristol Rovers
(0–3 HT)Kuffour (4, 41)
Heffernan (37)
at Huish Park attendance: 5,968
Lineups
1 Alex McCarthy 27 Mikkel Andersen
2 Craig Alcock 15 Byron Anthony
Yellow 5 Steven Caulker 5 Danny Coles Yellow
6 Terrell Forbes 6 Steve Elliott Yellow
Yellow 21 Jean-Paul Kalala 48 Daniel Jones
25 Shaun MacDonald 16 Dominic Blizzard
Sub-off 27 Scott Davies 4 Chris Lines
28 Nathan Smith 7 Stuart Campbell
Sub-off 9 Sam Williams 11 Jeff Hughes
10 Gavin Tomlin 9 Paul Heffernan Ball Sub-off
14 Dean Bowditch 17 Jo Kuffour Ball Ball
Substitutes
15 Richard Martin 51 Rhys Evans
Sub-on 7 Arron Davies 2 Carl Regan
8 Kieran Murtagh 3 Mark Wright
Sub-on 11 Andy Welsh 20 Charlie Reece
16 Scott Murray 23 Ben Swallow
23 Danny Hutchins 8 Andy Williams Sub-on
17 Aidan Downes 28 Elliot Richards

TimelineEdit

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