• 32
    • Ruben Bover Yellow Card
  • 45
    • On: Frankie Musonda | Off: Lawson D'Ath
  • 54
    • David Tutonda Yellow Card
  • 57
    • Jordan Cook Yellow Card
  • 61
    • On: Benjamin Aghadiuno | Off: Malakai Hinckson-Mars
  • 62
    • James Shea Yellow Card
  • 63
    • Jack Taylor Penalty - Scored
  • 64
    • Elliot Lee Goal
  • 69
    • On: Nana Kyei | Off: Andre Blackman
  • 73
    • On: Fumnaya Shomotun | Off: Ruben Bover
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No. Name
  36 James Shea  62'
  5 Johnny Mullins
  39 Akin Famewo
  21 Jack Senior
  2 James Justin
  38 Elliot Lee  64'
  24 Lawson D'Ath
  45' 37  Frankie Musonda
  17 Pelly Ruddock
  27 Aaron Jarvis
  10 Jordan Cook  57'
  18 Luke Berry
Substitutes
  43 James Jackson
  46 Joel Meade
  35 Arthur Read
  47 Connor Tomlinson
  40 Harvey Isted
  48 Josh Neufville

Game Information

  • VENUE: Kenilworth Road
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  • ATTENDANCE: 1,530

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