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Cardiff City
3 - 2
Bristol City

nPower Championship

Cardiff City Stadium

16-10-10

Attendance: 22,444

Referee: Jon Moss

Cardiff CityBristol City
Jay Bothroyd (12) Peter Whittingham (46) (78)Steven Caulker (6) Jonathan Stead (8)
Tom Heaton     David James    
Kevin McNaughton     Jamie McAllister    
Lee Naylor     Louis Carey    
Mark Hudson     Liam Fontaine    
Gabor Gyepes     Steven Caulker    
Stephen McPhail     (73) Marvin Elliott    
Chris Burke     (90) Cole Skuse     (89)
Peter Whittingham     Danny Rose    
George Olofinjana     Albert Adomah     (69)
Jay Bothroyd     Jonathan Stead    
Michael Chopra     Danny Haynes     (89)
Substitutes
David Marshall     Dean Gerken    
Jason Koumas     (73) Damion Stewart    
Gavin Rae     Christian Ribeiro    
Solomon Taiwo     Lee Johnson    
Adam Matthews     Ivan Sproule     (69)
Aaron Wildig     David Clarkson     (89)
Andrew Keogh     (90) Brett Pitman     (89)
Game Statistics
11
Goal Attempts
11
11
On Target
7
2
Corners
8
4
Offside
1
8
Fouls
12
3
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
54
%
46

Writer:Andy999
Date:Saturday October 16 2010
Time: 6:36PM

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How's Caulker turning out?? Seems to have hit it off instantly....
DubaiSpur
17/10/2010 03:00:00
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