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 By Chris Wright

Two opposing players with same name both sent off during an incident in League Two

Accrington Stanley were involved in their very own 'Who's on First' mix-up on Saturday.
Accrington Stanley were involved in their very own 'Who's on First' debacle on Saturday.

There was a confusing incident during the latter stages of Swindon's victory over Accrington Stanley in League Two on Saturday.

Indeed, the referee administered a couple of quick-fire red cards that immediately made the live text updates from both clubs difficult to follow.

The fun began in the 84th minute, when Swindon midfielder James Dunne was dismissed for raising an arm to James Dunne, who plays in defence for Accrington.

Accrington's Dunne was then shown a second yellow card for his reaction to the Dunne foul, which led to Dunne also following Dunne off down the tunnel.

Following this?

Basically, Dunne and Dunne were done and dusted as both sides were left to see out the game with 10 men on the pitch.

Not that it made a massive difference, as Swindon cruised to a 3-0 win over their table-topping guests.

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

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