Games refereed by P Taylor in 2009/2010

    YEL  RED  
Championship Sa 08Aug 2009 Derby 2 - 1 Peterborough
3
Championship Sa 15Aug 2009 Swansea 0 - 3 Middlesbro
6
League Two Sa 22Aug 2009 Northampton 2 - 0 Bournemouth
6
Carling Cup Tu 25Aug 2009 West Ham 3 - 1 Millwall
7
Championship Sa 29Aug 2009 Ipswich 1 - 1 Preston
3
1
League One Fr 11Sep 2009 Southend 0 - 0 Leeds
3
Championship We 16Sep 2009 Reading 0 - 1 Cardiff
1
1
League One Sa 26Sep 2009 Gillingham 1 - 1 Norwich
6
1
League One Sa 03Oct 2009 Brighton 0 - 1 MK Dons
6
1
Championship Sa 17Oct 2009 Nottm Forest 1 - 0 Newcastle
4
League Two Sa 31Oct 2009 Notts Co 1 - 1 Shrewsbury
3
Championship Sa 07Nov 2009 Plymouth 2 - 1 Doncaster
3
1
JP Trophy We 11Nov 2009 Southampton 2 - 1 Charlton
1
League One Sa 14Nov 2009 Colchester 2 - 2 Exeter
2
1
League Two Tu 01Dec 2009 Burton 0 - 2 Accrington
5
Championship Tu 08Dec 2009 West Brom 0 - 2 Cardiff
4
1
Championship Sa 26Dec 2009 C Palace 3 - 1 Ipswich
5
1
English FA Cup Sa 02Jan 2010 Leicester 2 - 1 Swansea
2
Championship Mo 18Jan 2010 Newcastle 2 - 2 West Brom
7
League One Sa 30Jan 2010 Norwich 2 - 1 Hartlepool
3
League Two Tu 09Feb 2010 Port Vale 1 - 2 Chesterfield
3
League One Tu 23Feb 2010 Leeds 2 - 0 Oldham
5
Championship Sa 27Feb 2010 Coventry 2 - 1 Scunthorpe
5
1
League One Sa 06Mar 2010 Swindon 0 - 4 Bristol R
5
Championship Sa 13Mar 2010 Reading 2 - 0 Bristol C
5
League One Sa 20Mar 2010 Charlton 2 - 2 Gillingham
2
League One Sa 27Mar 2010 Brighton 3 - 0 Tranmere
2
1
Championship Tu 30Mar 2010 Watford 1 - 3 C Palace
5
1
League One Fr 02Apr 2010 Millwall 1 - 1 Brentford
4
Championship Sa 10Apr 2010 Barnsley 0 - 0 Derby
2
Championship Sa 24Apr 2010 Cardiff 3 - 2 Sheff Wed
4
League One Sa 08May 2010 Wycombe 3 - 0 Gillingham
5
Games: 32 Totals:
 
127
11
 
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Match in Focus

19:45 Th 3Sep SS1

Cyprus v Wales

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Cyprus have won just one of their last nine home games
Expert verdict
The draw is a decent runner in this contest, but Cyprus really must win to maintain contact with third place and their limited home attack will have to press forward as the game progresses. That could allow Wales to do what they do best and nick it on the break late on thanks to the counter-attacking speed of Gareth Bale.