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Fulham welcome Wolves ~ Ch. Team News MD09

last updated Tuesday 29th September 2015, 12:39 PM

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Fulham vrs Wolves

Championship Match Day 09 1516 at Craven Cottage

Tuesday 29th September 2015    KO: 19:45

Ref: Darren Drysdale

Referee Darren Drysdale (Lincolnshire)

Referee Darren Drysdale
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Referee Darren Drysdale, aged 44, a sergeant in the RAF at Waddington, has been refereeing since 1988, officiating in the Northern Alliance and Northern Premier League. He became an assistant referee for the Football League in 1996, and for the Premier League in 1998. He was appointed to the (Football League) National List of referees in 2004.

Mr Drysdale last reffed a Fulham game in October 2014 in a 2-0 defeat at Middlesbrough which included yellow card for Dan Burn.

Drysdale last reffed Wolves in a 3-3 away draw at Millwall in October 2014

Last season he refed 28 games and dished out 102 yellows and 7 reds, so a rather busy 3.6 yellows per game. He rated 19 out of 72 refs on the average number of yellows per game last season and 20th of 72 on red cards


Fulham Manager Kit Symons
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Fulham boss Kit Symons has a number of injury concerns ahead of the visit of Wolves in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday.

After beating local rivals QPR 4-0 on Friday night, the Cottagers could still be without Jazz Richards as well as Scott Parker, Luke Garbutt and George Williams.

All could feature for Fulham's Under-21s on Monday night but are likely to still be absent for the first-team.

Skipper Ross McCormack will be looking to add to the brace he struck in the derby success with former Wales assistant manager Symons unlikely to make any changes.

Wolverhanpton Wanderers

Wolves Manager Kenny Jackettalign=
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Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett may tweak his starting line-up.

Jackett was pleased with his team's second-half display at Preston on Saturday following the introduction of substitutes Sheyi Ojo and Nathan Byrne and both players may be promoted from the bench for the trip to west London.

Wolves have no new problems but remain without Dave Edwards for the foreseeable future after his knee injury recently.

Conor Coady will complete a three-match suspension following his straight red card in the goalless draw with Brighton nine days ago.


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