Games refereed by Mark Clattenburg in 2016/2017

    YEL  RED  
Premier League Sa 20Aug 2016 Leicester 0 - 0 Arsenal
3
Premier League Sa 27Aug 2016 Chelsea 3 - 0 Burnley
4
Premier League Sa 10Sep 2016 Man Utd 1 - 2 Man City
6
Premier League Sa 17Sep 2016 West Brom 4 - 2 West Ham
3
European Cup Tu 27Sep 2016 B Dortmund 2 - 2 Real Madrid
5
World Cup Su 09Oct 2016 Iceland 2 - 0 Turkey
4
Europa League Th 20Oct 2016 FK Krasnodar 0 - 1 Schalke
3
Premier League Su 23Oct 2016 Man City 1 - 1 Southampton
6
Premier League Sa 29Oct 2016 Man Utd 0 - 0 Burnley
5
1
European Cup Tu 01Nov 2016 Besiktas 1 - 1 Napoli
3
Premier League Su 06Nov 2016 Arsenal 1 - 1 Tottenham
3
International Tu 15Nov 2016 N Ireland 0 - 3 Croatia
Premier League Sa 19Nov 2016 Southampton 0 - 0 Liverpool
2
European Cup Tu 22Nov 2016 Seville 1 - 3 Juventus
7
1
Premier League Sa 03Dec 2016 Stoke 2 - 0 Burnley
5
Premier League Su 11Dec 2016 Liverpool 2 - 2 West Ham
2
Premier League Tu 13Dec 2016 Everton 2 - 1 Arsenal
3
1
Premier League Su 18Dec 2016 Bournemouth 1 - 3 Southampton
3
Premier League Mo 26Dec 2016 Watford 1 - 1 C Palace
6
Premier League Mo 02Jan 2017 West Brom 3 - 1 Hull
Premier League Su 15Jan 2017 Everton 4 - 0 Man City
4
Premier League Sa 21Jan 2017 Stoke 1 - 1 Man Utd
4
English FA Cup Fr 27Jan 2017 Derby 2 - 2 Leicester
1
Premier League Tu 31Jan 2017 Liverpool 1 - 1 Chelsea
3
Premier League Sa 04Feb 2017 Tottenham 1 - 0 Middlesbro
1
Premier League Sa 11Feb 2017 Arsenal 2 - 0 Hull
4
1
Premier League Sa 25Feb 2017 West Brom 2 - 1 Bournemouth
2
Europa League Th 16Mar 2017 Mgladbach 2 - 2 Schalke
7
Premier League Sa 15Apr 2017 Everton 3 - 1 Burnley
2
Premier League Sa 29Apr 2017 West Brom 0 - 1 Leicester
4
Games: 30 Totals:
 
105
4
 

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Match in Focus

17:00 Tu 27Jun SS1

England U21 v Germany U21

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Germany have won 16 of their last 19 matches at Under-21 level
Expert verdict
England should be proud of reaching the semi-finals of the European Under-21 Championship but they were in the easiest of the three sections and face a massive step up on group opponents Slovakia, Poland and Sweden. Germany had virtually qualified after two wide-margin wins before and easing up in the 1-0 loss to Italy.