Games refereed by A B Wilkie in 1999/2000

    YEL  RED  
Premiership Sa 07Aug 1999 Arsenal 2 - 1 Leicester
4
English League Cup Tu 10Aug 1999 Carlisle 0 - 0 Grimsby
1
Premiership Sa 14Aug 1999 Liverpool 0 - 1 Watford
3
Premiership We 25Aug 1999 Coventry 1 - 2 Man Utd
2
Premiership Su 12Sep 1999 Bradford 1 - 1 Tottenham
5
Football League Div 1 Sa 18Sep 1999 Huddersfield 1 - 0 Norwich
3
English League Cup We 22Sep 1999 Everton 0 - 1 Oxford
3
Football League Div 1 Sa 16Oct 1999 Barnsley 1 - 2 Wolves
6
Football League Div 3 Tu 19Oct 1999 Halifax 0 - 2 York
4
Premiership Sa 23Oct 1999 Chelsea 2 - 3 Arsenal
8
Premiership Sa 30Oct 1999 Man Utd 3 - 0 Aston Villa
1
Premiership Su 21Nov 1999 West Ham 4 - 3 Sheff Wed
5
1
Football League Div 2 Tu 23Nov 1999 Bury 2 - 2 Wigan
4
Football League Div 3 Sa 04Dec 1999 Hull 4 - 0 Exeter
2
English FA Cup Sa 11Dec 1999 Crewe 1 - 2 Bradford
1
English League Cup Tu 14Dec 1999 Bolton 2 - 1 Wimbledon
4
Premiership Sa 18Dec 1999 Watford 1 - 3 Everton
4
1
Premiership Su 26Dec 1999 Derby 0 - 2 Aston Villa
2
Premiership Mo 03Jan 2000 Tottenham 1 - 0 Liverpool
7
Football League Div 2 Sa 15Jan 2000 Chesterfield 1 - 1 Burnley
2
Premiership Sa 22Jan 2000 Aston Villa 0 - 0 Chelsea
Premiership Sa 05Feb 2000 Man Utd 3 - 2 Coventry
1
Premiership Mo 14Feb 2000 Middlesbro 0 - 4 Aston Villa
2
Football League Div 3 Sa 19Feb 2000 Northampton 1 - 0 Brighton
3
English League Cup Su 27Feb 2000 N Leicester 2 - 1 Tranmere
2
1
Football League Div 2 Sa 08Apr 2000 Preston 0 - 0 Cardiff
1
Premiership Sa 15Apr 2000 Southampton 2 - 0 Watford
1
Premiership Fr 21Apr 2000 Bradford 4 - 4 Derby
7
1
Premiership Sa 06May 2000 Man Utd 3 - 1 Tottenham
2
Games: 29 Totals:
 
90
4
 
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Odu Trencin v Hull

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Trencin have kept just three clean sheets in their last 17 matches
Expert verdict
Hull begin their first European adventure with a trip to Slovakia and it is one from which they should be able to claim their first victory. Steve Bruce looks to have moved well in the transfer market and the signings of attacking duo Robert Snodgrass and Tom Ince should give his increasingly dangerous team an extra dimension.