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Bristol City
2 - 0
Derby County

nPower Championship

Ashton Gate

15:00 GMT, December 11, 2010

Attendance: 14,029

Referee: Darren Sheldrake (Surrey)

Bristol CityDerby County
Brett Pitman (48'), (68')
David James     Stephen Bywater    
Jamie McAllister     Shaun Barker    
Damion Stewart     Gareth Roberts     (40)
Christian Ribeiro     Dean Leacock    
Steven Caulker     John Brayford    
Marvin Elliott     Stephen Pearson    
Cole Skuse     Paul Green    
Danny Rose     Tomasz Cywka     (86)
Albert Adomah     (73) Kris Commons    
David Clarkson     (61) Luke Moore    
Brett Pitman     (86) Alberto Bueno     (50)
Substitutes
Dean Gerken     Frank Fielding    
Lewin Nyatanga     Dean Moxey     (40)
Lee Johnson     Ben Pringle    
J Campbell-Ryce     (73) Jeff Hendrick    
Kalifa Cisse     (86) Shefki Kuqi    
Jonathan Stead     (61) Chris Porter     (50)
Danny Haynes     Conor Doyle     (86)
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
14
12
On Target
11
6
Corners
8
2
Offside
2
15
Fouls
9
3
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
51
%
49
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Writer:Andy999
Date:Monday December 13 2010
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There seemed to be more than 14,000 there, hope there is nothing untoward going on.
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13/12/2010 04:54:00
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