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Charlie Wyke hat-trick ends unbeaten for Bristol Rovers as Billy Bodin nets consolation against Bradford City

The goal felt almost inevitable despite it arriving after just 13 minutes as a Tony McMahon corner wasn't dealt with by the Rovers defence. The floated ball found Bradford captain Romain Vincelot who nodded the ball onto Charlie Wyke at the back post.


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Charlie Wyke hat-trick ends unbeaten for Bristol Rovers as Billy Bodin nets consolation against Bradford City - Bristol Post

Charlie Wyke's hat-trick ended Bristol Rovers’ four match winning streak in spectacular fashion, as Darrell Clarke's side were defeated 3-1 by Bradford City. In front of almost 20,000 fans at Valley Parade and the Sky Sports TV cameras, Rovers did themselves no justice in an abject performance far removed from anything we’ve seen from Darrell Clarke’s men in the last two weeks. Rovers were under the cosh for the opening 15 minutes, and aside from a Billy Bodin shot just 23 seconds in, spent the first quarter of an hour camped inside their own half. The goal felt almost inevitable despite it arriving after just 13 minutes as a Tony McMahon corner wasn’t dealt with by the Rovers defence. The floated ball found Bradford captain Romain Vincelot who nodded the ball onto Charlie Wyke at the back post. Read More Darrell Clarke gives honest assessment of Bristol Rovers side after comprehensive loss at Bradford City The home side should have added to their advantage on more than one occasion before the break. Another McMahon corner picked out Nicky Law at the near post, and his glancing header passed just a few inches about the Rovers crossbar. Rovers’ best chance of the first half fell to Byron Moore. A deep cross from Lee Brown floated over the head of Bradford goalkeeper Colin Doyle and Ellis Harrison did well to keep the ball alive and pick out Moore six yards out. But the former Crewe man couldn’t generate any power from his header and Bradford blocked it on the line with two defenders and the goalkeeper. After the break Rovers did improve slightly going forward but still looked wide open at the back and were punished from yet another set piece. McMahon’s corner on the right found Wyke in acres of space just six yards out and the striker accepted the invitation gleefully to double his tally and the Bantams lead. Read More Bristol Rovers player ratings vs Bradford City: Jonny Burn poor, Broadbent off the pace, Nichols impresses Rovers’ defensive issues were compounded by an inability to distribute the ball quickly and accurately from the back. With Rovers playing a narrow three in midfield there were often no simple balls for the defence to pick out and get Rovers moving back up the pitch. The deep and accurate crossing from full-backs that has become a hallmark of Rovers’ game in recent weeks was also lacking in West Yorkshire. Brown and Leadbitter were unable to pick out Rovers forward with any regularity, although in their defence the Gas rarely flooded the box with players. Make no mistake, Stuart McCall’s Bradford side were slick going forward and well organised at the back, but Rovers made them look a million dollars. The Bantams knew they simply had to stay disciplined and wait for the inevitable Rovers mistake which would give them the chance to get on the front foot. Read More How Bristol Rovers beat transfer deadline day chaos and now look set to prosper Rovers were poor from start to finish on an afternoon they’ll want to forget in a hurry. Clarke’s men can now enjoy a rare week without a midweek match and have seven days to prepare for Walsall at the Mem next weekend. Bristol Rovers: Slocombe. Leadbitter, Burn, Broadbent, Brown, Sercombe, O Clarke, Lines, Moore (Nichols 58), Bodin, Harrison (Gaffney 72). Subs: Andre, Menayese, Bola, Partington, Telford. Chicksen, Kilgallon, Knight-Percival, McMahon, Reeves, Vincelot, Law, Gilliead, Poleon (Patrick 72), Wyke (Jones 78). Subs: Raeder, Field, Hendrie, Devine, Taylor. Scorers: Wyke 13 62 73, Bodin 81. Referee: David Webb.

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  1. The goal felt almost inevitable despite it arriving after just 13 minutes as a Tony McMahon corner wasn't dealt with by the Rovers defence. The floated ball found Bradford captain Romain Vincelot who nodded the ball onto Charlie Wyke at the back post.
  2. Shepherding her small, overworked team in the creation of Rover (“The page that gets you where you want to go,” Donna pitches at a board meeting), Donna finds herself coping with her slick new colleague, Trip (Charlie Bodin), the seemingly-conditional 
  3. The middling family comedy “The Conway Curve” leans on quirk, but it is woefully lacking in the humor and energy necessary to get the wheels turning on this 

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