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Accy Stanley lose second match of season

Accrington Stanley

8:11am 13th August 2017

Two goals couldn't secure a win for Accrington Stanley in their second match of the season.

The team lost 3-2 against Yeovil Town.

Despite Kayden Jackson scoring twice - in the 12th and 53rd minutes - they couldn't stop their opponents.

Despite dominating the first half of the match - Stanley just couldn't pull it back.

Boss John Coleman had said it would be a tough match for the Reds.

They drop to 9th in the league table with 3 points.

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