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2011–12 matches
League Two
Team Home Away
Accrington 5–1 1–2
AFC Wimbledon 1–0 3–2
Aldershot 0–1 0–1
Barnet 0–2 0–2
Bradford 2–1 2–2
Burton 7–1 1–2
Cheltenham 1–3 2–0
Crawley 0–0 1–4
Crewe 2–5 0–3
Dag & Red 2–0 0–4
Gillingham 2–2 1–4
Hereford 0–0 2–1
Macclesfield 0–0 0–0
Morecambe 2–1 3–2
Northampton 2–1 2–3
Oxford 0–0 0–3
Plymouth 2–3 1–1
Port Vale 0–3 0–1
Rotherham 5–2 1–0
Shrewsbury 1–0 0–1
Southend 1–0 1–1
Swindon 1–1 0–0
Torquay 1–2 2–2
FA Cup
Team H/A
Corby Town H 3–1
AFC Totton A 6–1
Aston Villa H 1–3
League Cup
Team H/A
Watford H 1–1
Leyton Orient A 2–3
League Trophy
Team H/A
Wycombe A 1–3

Mark McGhee marked his first game in charge of Bristol Rovers with a comfortable 2–0 victory of high-flying Cheltenham Town.

The Cheltenham team, who were unbeaten in their last ten games and lying second in the table going into this game, featured former Gas man Darryl Duffy in their starting eleven, and another ex-Rovers player in Josh Low on the bench.

Chris Zebroski and Eliot Richards both scored in quick succession in the second half to grab victory for new boss McGhee.

Match details[]

Cheltenham Town 0–2 Bristol Rovers
(0–0 HT) Zebroski (60)
Richards (63)
at Whaddon Road attendance: 5,288
Lineups
1 Scott Brown 20 Michael Poke Yellow
2 Keith Lowe 4 Danny Woodards
15 Alan Bennett 5 Cian Bolger
19 Luke Garbutt 33 Aaron Downes
22 Sido Jombati 3 Gary Sawyer
7 Marlon Pack 14 Lee Brown
Sub-off 16 Russell Penn 16 Joe Anyinsah Sub-off
25 Luke Summerfield 34 Andy Dorman
Sub-off 9 Darryl Duffy 6 Craig Stanley
Yellow 14 James Spencer 18 Eliot Richards Ball
Sub-off 23 Kaid Mohamed 26 Chris Zebroski Ball
Substitutes
8 Josh Low 25 Lance Cronin (GK)
Sub-on 10 Jeff Goulding 2 Michael Smith
Sub-on 11 Brian Smikle 8 Matt Gill
Sub-on 20 Jermaine McGlashan 10 Scott McGleish Sub-on
24 Harry Hooman 15 Byron Anthony

Timeline[]

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