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Fulham visit Millwall ~ Ch. Team News

last updated Friday 20th February 2015, 4:03 PM


Millwall vs Fulham

Championship Match Day 32 at The Den

Saturday 21st February 2015    KO: 15:00

Referee: Keith Hill (Hertfordshire)
Referee Keith Hill
Keith Hill, age 46 years, has been a ref since 1998 with a a two-year secondment to the Japanese FA as a referee instructor.

He first reffed a Fulham game when we beat Walsall 4-1 at Craven cottage. Thas was then followed by two games in 2000/2001, both wins for Fulham. In the 3-1 home win against Pompey he sent off two Pompey players.

He reffed 35 games last season last season giving out 136 yellows and 4 reds, 3.9 yellows and 0.1 reds per game.  This season so far he has reffed 25 games dishing out 86 yellows and 4 reds, 3.4 yellows and 0.2 reds per game. Slightly less yellows and more reds this season.

Saturday against Millwall could be fiesty so plenty of yellows and he is overdue to give out a red.


Shaun Cummings will be missing for Millwall when they take on London rivals Fulham.

The full-back, a January signing from Reading, suffered a thigh injury during last weekend's 1-0 defeat at Leeds and faces around a month on the sidelines.

Paris Cowan-Hall (leg), Carlos Edwards (knee) and Nicky Bailey (calf) are still out, although the latter could return soon having played for the reserves this week to build up his fitness.

Midfielder Michael Tonge returns after being ineligible to play at Elland Road while striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher, who played for Lions boss Ian Holloway at Blackpool, has been linked with a loan switch from Leicester ahead of the match.


Fulham manager Kit Symons, who scored the winner the last time his side visited Millwall 17 years ago, could recall Bryan Ruiz to his starting line-up.

The Costa Rican forward came off the bench during the 2-1 defeat at Ipswich last weekend, his first appearance since a January loan switch to Levante fell through.

Defender Tim Hoogland is over the hernia problem which has sidelined him since October and could be in contention.

Fellow full-back Fernando Amorebieta is also on the mend after a knee injury.


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