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Rochdale 1 Northampton Town 1 - the match report

11 February 2023

Saturday February 11th, 3.00pm
Crown Oil Arena

Ian Henderson 52

Ben Fox 89

Attendance: 2,742 (432 Cobblers fans)

Rochdale: Richard O’Donnell, Max Taylor, Abraham Odoh, Jimmy Keohane, Rhys Bennett, Scott Quigley (sub Tahvon Campbell 90), Toumani Diagouraga, Owen Dodgson, Danny Lloyd (sub James Ball 90), Toby Mullarkey, Ian Henderson (sub D'Mani Mellor 78)
Subs not used: Jake Eastwood, Femi Seriki, Liam Kelly, Sam Graham
Cobblers: Tom King, Sam Sherring, Tyler Magloire (sub D'Margio Wright-Phillips 84), Jon Guthrie, Shaun McWilliams (sub Marc Leonard 75), Jack Sowerby (sub Josh Harrop 84), Mitch Pinnock, Ben Fox, Sam Hoskins, Louis Appere (sub Tete Yengi 58), Josh Eppiah (sub Harvey Lintott 58)
Subs not used: Jonny Maxted, Will Hondermarck

Referee: Neil Hair

Rochdale: Toumani Diagouraga (62), Danny Lloyd (81), Scott Quigley (88)
Cobblers: none

Sent off:
Rochdale: none      
Cobblers: none

Josh Eppiah and Ben Fox came into the Cobblers side for the trip to Rochdale while January signing Will Hondermarck was named on the bench. Ali Koiki served a one match ban following his sending off against Walsall with Akin Odimayo, who picked up an injury in that game, also missing.

After a quiet opening fifteen minutes, Ian Henderson just failed to connect with a cross/shot from Danny Lloyd while Ben Fox and Sam Hoskins both drew comfortable saves from former Cobblers goalkeeper Richard O’Donnell.

Eppiah headed wide from a Mitch Pinnock cross on 28 minutes but the teams headed in at half-time with the score still goalless.

Scott Quigley headed wide for the home side at the start of the second half before Tom King pulled off a good save to keep out a Danny Lloyd free kick. King then made another smart stop to deny Quigley and Ian Henderson failed to find the target from close range in a period of Dale pressure.

Rochdale had been threatening and they took the lead on 52 minutes, Ian Henderson making up for his miss moments before by capitalising on a short back pass and rounding King to find the back of the net.

Sam Hoskins went close with a free kick as the Cobblers responded, Jon Brady bringing on Tete Yengi and Harvey Lintott in a double change.

O’Donnell saved from Pinnock after a good run down the right by Lintott but there was a chance for Dale to double their lead on the counter attack, Quigley flashing a shot just wide.

Hoskins had a shot deflected behind as the Cobblers pressed for an equaliser with Marc Leonard, D’Margio Wright-Phillips and Josh Harrop all coming on for the closing stages.

With the 90 minutes almost up the Cobblers equalised, Ben Fox finding space inside the area and firing a finish past O’Donnell at the near post. A frantic period of stoppage time followed but despite pushing hard for a winner the Cobblers had to settle for a point, O’Donnell denying Wright-Phillips one-on-one in the final few seconds.

ROCHDALE MATCH STATS (first half in brackets, match total out of brackets)     
CORNERS: (2) 4       
FOULS: (6) 15       

COBBLERS MATCH STATS (first half in brackets, match total out of brackets)      
CORNERS: (3) 4
FOULS: (3) 13

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Ticket News


Information for those attending Saturday's game

6 February 2023

Rochdale v Northampton Town
Saturday February 11th 2023
Sky Bet League 2
Kick off 3pm

We have been allocated 816 reserved seating tickets for this game, as well as three wheelchair and carer places.

Ambulant disabled are charged the appropriate rate for the ticket, however should a full time carer be needed, the carer is admitted free of charge. Proof of carer status or middle to higher band of disability is required.

The tickets are now on sale from Sixfields and priced as follows:

Adult £24
Senior £19
Young person £14
Junior £7

A senior person is anyone aged 65 and over.
A young person is aged 21 and under
A junior is aged 11 and under

Anyone aged 11 and under must be accompanied by an appropriate adult.

Anyone aged 2 and under is free with a full paying adult but a ticket is still required.

Please note, if any tickets are available on matchday, they can be purchased from the office next to the community office (CASH ONLY.)

Any tickets purchased in advance and not collected from Sixfields can be collected from Rochdale upon arrival.

Any supporter who has purchased a concession ticket but who is not carrying proof of status will be directed to Rochdale's ticket office on matchday to pay the upgrade amount to the full adult price.

Please note all sales are subject to availability at all times.

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