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Fulham visit Burnley ~ Ch. Team News MD15

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Burnley vrs Fulham

Championship Match Day 15 1516 at Turf Moor

Tuesday 3rd November 2015    KO: 19:45

Referee: Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire)

Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire)

Referee Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire)Referee Andrew Madley, age 32 years, has been a referee, on the Football League National Referee List, since the opening day of the 2011-12 season. Madley started out in his local divisions and began to progress through the supply lines from 2004 before becoming a Premier League linesman in 2009. Madley's younger brother Robert, 29, officiates in the Premier League.

Referee Madley had the pleasure of reffing two Fulham games last season a 1-1 away draw at Charlton, in April 2015, in which he booked Dan Burn and Scott Parker. Prior to this game he reffed Fulham in the March when Bournemouth thrashed us 5-1. He sent off Amorebieta in the 69th minute for bringing down Wilson, as the last man he had to go, and he also yellow carded Fofana in the 89th minute for a foul.

Burnley was last reffed by Mr Madley in Aug 2013 when they on 3-0 away at Derby.

Last season he refed 36 games and dished out 105 yellows and 3 reds, an under average rate of just over 2.9 yellows per game so not too bad.  In 16 games this season, so far, he is waving his yellow card on average 3.4 times per game and has already dished out 3 reds.


 Burnley Manager Sean Dyche Burnley are likely to be unchanged for the visit of Fulham.

Boss Sean Dyche has no new injury worries and was able to bring back midfielder George Boyd from an ankle knock for Saturday's 2-1 win over Huddersfield.

Dyche could also soon welcome back long-term absentees Dean Marney and Kevin Long, who are building up their fitness after cruciate injuries.

However, Lukas Jutkiewicz and Ashley Barnes are still out with knee injuries.


Fulham Manager Kit Symons Fulham are without defender Jazz Richards, who faces three weeks on the sidelines with a calf injury.

Midfielder Scott Parker, who is building up his fitness following ankle problems, could return to the squad.

But goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli (knee) and defender Jack Grimmer (ankle) are long-term absentees.

Manager Kit Symons is unlikely to stray too far from the side which thumped Bristol City 4-1 on Saturday.


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