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Preston
2 - 2
Queens Park Rangers

Coca Cola Championship

Deepdale

Sat. 27th Mar '10 @ 3pm

Attendance: 12,080

Referee: Mr A Haines

PrestonQueens Park Rangers
Jones (37), Davidson (56 pen)Ramage (57), Priskin (66)
Andy Lonergan     Carl Ikeme (gk)    
Billy Jones     Peter Ramage    
Sean St Ledger     Damion Stewart    
Elliott Ward     Kaspars Gorkss    
Callum Davidson     Matthew Hill    
Ross Wallace     Mikele Leigertwood    
Matthew James     Alejandro Faurlin    
Richard Chaplow     Hogan Ephraim    
Darren Carter     59 Adel Taarabt     90+2
Neil Mellor     Antonio German     46
Jon Parkin     71 Tamas Priskin    
Substitutes
Wayne Henderson     Radek Cerny (gk)    
Chris Sedgwick     59 Akos Buzsaky     90+2
Chris Brown     71 Rowan Vine     46
Michael Hart     Lee Cook    
Youl Mawene     Angelo Balanta    
Liam Chilvers     Joe Oastler    
Adam Barton     Dusko Tosic    
Game Statistics
13
Goal Attempts
18
4
On Target
15
5
Corners
7
13
Fouls
13
4
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
48
%
52
Comments...
Thank heavens Priskin scored in an away trip ...!!

Writer:sandydl
Date:Saturday March 27 2010
Time: 5:33PM

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proves we were in control!
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