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Wembley Stadium

Wednesday, September 26th, 1973

kickoff at 19:45

International Friendly
Attendance: 48,000

England

Austria
7
0

Mick Channon (8), Allan Clarke (28, 43), Mick Channon (48), Martin Chivers (61), Tony Currie (64), Colin Bell (87)
   
     
     
     

Managers
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Players
 
ENGLAND
 
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 01  Peter Shilton (G)
Cap number 14
Leicester City
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 02  Paul Madeley (D)
Cap number 14
Leeds United
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 03  Emlyn Hughes (D)
Cap number 27
Liverpool
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 05  Roy McFarland (CD)
Cap number 20
Derby County
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 06  Norman Hunter (CD)
Cap number 24
Leeds United
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 04  Colin Bell (M)
Cap number 30
Manchester City
 87
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 07  Tony Currie (M)
Cap number 4
Sheffield United
 64
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 11  Martin Peters (Capt.) (M)
Cap number 63
Tottenham Hotspur
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 08  Mick Channon (F)
Cap number 9
Southampton
 8
 48
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 09  Martin Chivers (F)
Cap number 23
Tottenham Hotspur
 61
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 10  Allan Clarke (F)
Cap number 14
Leeds United
 28
 43
AUSTRIA
 
1Friedrich Koncilia
2Robert Sara
3Eduard Krieger
4Johann Schmidradner
5Johann Eigenstiller (Capt.) 67
6Roland Hattenburger 45
7August Starek
8Johann Krankl
9Willi Kreuz
10Johann Ettmayer
11Kurt Jara

Subs
Manfred Gombasch 45
Werner Kriess 67
1973 /74

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Match no. 307. A great performance from England with goals from Channon (2), Clarke (2) and one each from Bell, Currie and Chivers that set them up nicely for the crucial World Cup qualifier v Poland 3 weeks later. Manager Sir Alf Ramsey replaced captain Bobby Moore with Norman Hunter for this game, after a poor performance by Moore in the away qualifier v Poland.

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