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Fulham welcome Burnley ~ Ch. Team News MD36

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Fulham vrs Burnley

Championship Match Day 36 1516 at Cravan Cottage

Tuesday 7th March 2016    KO: 19:45

Referee: Dean Whitestone (Northamptonshire)



Referee: Dean Whitestone (Northamptonshire)


Referee Dean Whitestone
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Dean Whitestone
Referee Dean Whitestone, 39 years old, had been a goalkeeper in his playing days but changed direction to follow his father, Tony, a local referee.

He progressed through the lower leagues joined the League list as an assistant referee in 2001 and succeeded in getting promoted to referee level in 2006.

He last reffed Fulham in the 3-0 home league victory over Sheff Utd in Aug 2015. There were no bookings for Fulham but he booked two United players and sent off another two in the 88th and 90th minutes..

Mr Whitestone last reffed Burnley back in September 2015 when they drew 0-0 at Derby and no one got a card.

Last season he refed 31 games and dished out 73 yellows, just 2.4 yellows per game, and 4 reds.

This season so far he has refed 31 games dished out 96 yellows, a slightly below average 3.1 per game, and 3 reds
 



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Richard Stearman returns from suspension for Fulham's home game against Burnley.

The defender missed Saturday's 2-2 draw at Reading after his red card against Middlesbrough the previous weekend.

Striker Cauley Woodrow is back in training after a broken foot but needs to build up his fitness.

Goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli is also working on his fitness after a long-term knee injury while Danish midfielder Lasse Christensen (hamstring) is still out.
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David Jones is a doubt for in-form Burnley with an injury picked up in Saturday's east-Lancashire derby.

The leaders extended their unbeaten run to 12 Sky Bet Championship games with a 1-0 win over Blackburn but Jones was forced off with an Achilles injury during the second half.

Dean Marney is ready to step back into the squad following a calf problem, though, and his return will give Sean Dyche another option in central midfield if Jones misses out.

Ashley Barnes and Lukas Jutkiewicz (both knee) are the Clarets' two long-term injury absentees.























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