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Bristol Rovers 0-1 Leicester

Matt Fryatt's goal was enough to sink Bristol Rovers as 10-man Leicester City set a club record of 20 games unbeaten.

Fryatt met Steve Howard's header to volley the Foxes in front.

City had Jack Hobbs sent off for a foul on Darryl Duffy and needed debutant keeper Mark Dunn to deny Rickie Lambert from the resulting penalty.

Rovers struggled to make their extra man count and only good saves from Steve Phillips to deny Tom Cleverley and Fryatt prevented a bigger City win.


Bristol Rovers: Phillips, Ryan Green, Hinton (Jacobson 77), Elliott, Lescott, Pipe (Disley 46), Lines, Campbell, Hughes (Lambert 46), Kuffour, Duffy.
Subs Not Used: St Louis-Hamilton, Anthony.

Leicester: Bunn, Gilbert, Brown, Hobbs, Mattock, Oakley (Cleverley 24), Andy King, Berner, Dyer (Morrison 57), Fryatt, Howard.
Subs Not Used: Pentney, Hayles, Dickov.

Sent Off: Hobbs (55).

Booked: Bunn.

Goals: Fryatt 20.

Att: 9,138

Ref: Graham Horwood (Bedfordshire).



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