Games refereed by Mark Haywood in 2016/2017

    YEL  RED  
EFL Cup Tu 09Aug 2016 Carlisle 2 - 1 Port Vale
3
League One Sa 03Sep 2016 Fleetwood 2 - 0 Coventry
1
League One Sa 10Sep 2016 Bury 2 - 1 Shrewsbury
6
2
League Two Sa 17Sep 2016 Accrington 1 - 0 Portsmouth
2
League One Sa 24Sep 2016 Oldham 0 - 2 Swindon
4
League Two Tu 27Sep 2016 Cambridge U 1 - 0 Yeovil
4
League One Sa 01Oct 2016 Bolton 0 - 2 Oxford
4
Football League Trophy Tu 04Oct 2016 Grimsby 0 - 1 Leicester U23
2
1
League Two Sa 08Oct 2016 Colchester 0 - 0 Newport Co
1
League One Sa 15Oct 2016 Scunthorpe 2 - 1 MK Dons
10
League One Sa 22Oct 2016 Gillingham 1 - 1 Charlton
7
League One Sa 29Oct 2016 Bristol R 1 - 2 Peterborough
2
English FA Cup Sa 05Nov 2016 Port Vale 1 - 0 Stevenage
4
Football League Trophy Tu 08Nov 2016 Leicester U23 0 - 1 Walsall
English FA Cup Tu 15Nov 2016 Coventry 2 - 1 Morecambe
1
League Two Sa 19Nov 2016 Doncaster 2 - 1 Hartlepool
2
League Two Tu 22Nov 2016 Cheltenham 0 - 3 Colchester
3
1
English FA Cup Sa 03Dec 2016 Carlisle 0 - 2 Rochdale
1
League One Sa 10Dec 2016 Bradford 0 - 0 Charlton
4
1
League One Sa 17Dec 2016 Chesterfield 1 - 0 Bolton
4
League Two Mo 26Dec 2016 Mansfield 0 - 1 Morecambe
4
League Two Sa 31Dec 2016 Luton 3 - 1 Barnet
6
League One Sa 14Jan 2017 AFC W'bledon 2 - 1 Oxford
6
League One Sa 21Jan 2017 Shrewsbury 1 - 0 Oldham
3
Football League Trophy Tu 24Jan 2017 Swansea U23 1 - 1 Coventry
2
League Two Sa 04Feb 2017 Grimsby 1 - 1 Luton
5
League Two Sa 11Feb 2017 Carlisle 1 - 4 Blackpool
4
League One Sa 18Feb 2017 Walsall 2 - 0 Peterborough
6
1
League Two Sa 04Mar 2017 Accrington 1 - 0 Barnet
4
League Two Sa 11Mar 2017 Crewe 1 - 2 Newport Co
3
League Two Sa 25Mar 2017 Cambridge U 0 - 0 Stevenage
1
League One Tu 04Apr 2017 Shrewsbury 1 - 2 Millwall
4
Games: 32 Totals:
 
113
6
 

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Match in Focus

11:30 TODAY SKY

Excelsior v Feyenoord

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Feyenoord have lost only one of their last 11 clashes with Excelsior
Expert verdict
Eredivisie champions Feyenoord were quickly out of the block last term - winning their opening nine matches - and they should have little trouble seeing off their Rotterdam rivals Excelsior in their first away game of the campaign. However, in a match with bragging rights at stake it could be worth taking Excelsior to notch a consolation. The hosts have netted in nine of their last ten home games, while Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side have shipped in five of their last six on their travels.