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Referee Report in Association with EZE Group – Lee Probert

Barring any late changes, Lee Probert of Wiltshire will be in the middle for Blues’ Championship game against Ipswich today. Here is a look at his stats.

Season Performance

Mr Probert has taken charge of eight games so far this season, showing twenty-six yellow cards and two reds. Of those games, three have been in the Championship and in those games Mr Probert has handed out eight cautions and sent off two players.

Last Blues Game Refereed

The last game involving Blues that Mr Probert took charge of was way back in March 2011 when he was in the middle for the 2-1 defeat to Wigan. He booked four players that day – Antolin Alcaraz, Maynor Figueroa and Victor Moses of Wigan along with Curtis Davies of Blues.

Last Championship Game Refereed

The last game at this level Mr Probert took charge of was the crazy 4-4 draw between Blackpool and Nottingham Forest on Valentines Day. In that game he booked four players – Tony McMahon, Darren o’Dea, Andrea Orlandi and Henry Cameron and sent off Tom Aldred – all Blackpool players.

Suspension Watch

One Red Card: Darren Randolph (one match suspension served), Wes Thomas (three matches of a three match ban served), Neal Eardley (one match of a one match ban served).

7 Yellow Cards: Paul Robinson
6 Yellow Cards: David Cotterill
4 Yellow Cards: Jonathan Grounds and David Davis
3 Yellow Cards: Wes Thomas and Stephen Gleeson
2 Yellow Cards: Paul Caddis, Jonathan Spector, Andrew Shinnie, Neal Eardley and Demarai Gray
1 Yellow Card: Koby Arthur, Michael Morrison, Clayton Donaldson, Mitch Hancox, Mark Duffy, Nikola Zigic and Lee Novak

The last date that five yellow cards will attract a suspension is December 31; for ten yellow cards it is April 12.

All Stats via Soccerbase

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