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Despite pre-match rumours, there were no new faces in the Falkirk line-up but John Hughes did spring a couple of surprises by listing himself in the heart of the defence following his serious shoulder injury, and giving young midfielder Ryan McStay his second league start of the season. Pedro Moutinho returned to lead the attack at the expense of Andy Thomson, whilst the almost forgotten figure of Brent Rahim warmed the bench. Daniel McBreen complained of feeling unwell before the match and did not strip. St Johnstone had former Bairn, Kieran MacAnespie, wide on the left.
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Bury lost experienced defender Matt barras just before kick-off, leaving them with only David Flitcroft to lead a very young Shakers' line-up. For Wrexham the highlight was the return of Carlos Edwards to competitive action, joining Dean Bennett in the Welsh team.
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Kenwyne Jones has made an instant impact since his loan move from Southampton to Sheffield Wednesday. The 20-year-old Trinidad and Tobago international has scored seven goals in six games and has yet to be on the losing side as Wednesday have won five matches and drawn the other.
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{moszoomimage: galleryid=27 filename=jones_kenwyne_sfc_profile_2004.jpg} Trinidad and Tobago international Kenwyne Jones has represented his country at senior level in every outfield position barring one.
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