Games refereed by Trevor Kettle in 2016/2017

    YEL  RED  
League Two Sa 10Sep 2016 Stevenage 2 - 1 Crawley
5
League One Sa 17Sep 2016 Walsall 1 - 0 Bolton
5
2
League One Sa 24Sep 2016 Bristol R 2 - 1 Port Vale
7
League One Tu 27Sep 2016 Chesterfield 3 - 3 Gillingham
6
League Two Sa 01Oct 2016 Cheltenham 1 - 1 Luton
4
Football League Trophy Tu 04Oct 2016 Peterborough 0 - 1 MK Dons
1
League Two Sa 08Oct 2016 Doncaster 3 - 2 Barnet
2
League Two Sa 15Oct 2016 Leyton Orient 1 - 2 Luton
2
League One Tu 18Oct 2016 Bradford 1 - 1 Southend
3
League One Sa 22Oct 2016 Shrewsbury 2 - 4 Northampton
6
English FA Cup Sa 05Nov 2016 Bolton 1 - 0 Grimsby
5
Football League Trophy Tu 08Nov 2016 Derby U23 2 - 3 Mansfield
7
League One Sa 12Nov 2016 MK Dons 1 - 1 Walsall
3
League Two Sa 19Nov 2016 Cambridge U 1 - 2 Wycombe
6
League Two Tu 22Nov 2016 Crewe 2 - 1 Morecambe
2
League One Sa 26Nov 2016 Gillingham 3 - 0 Rochdale
3
English FA Cup Sa 03Dec 2016 Shrewsbury 0 - 0 Fleetwood
6
Football League Trophy Tu 06Dec 2016 Southend 1 - 1 Oxford
3
League Two Mo 26Dec 2016 Leyton Orient 3 - 2 Crawley
10
League One Sa 07Jan 2017 Bradford 2 - 0 Chesterfield
2
League One Sa 21Jan 2017 Swindon 0 - 1 Peterborough
5
League One Sa 28Jan 2017 Gillingham 1 - 1 Shrewsbury
2
League One Sa 11Feb 2017 Oxford 1 - 0 MK Dons
7
1
League Two Tu 14Feb 2017 Stevenage 2 - 1 Cheltenham
8
1
League Two Tu 21Feb 2017 Colchester 1 - 0 Wycombe
3
1
League One Sa 25Feb 2017 Charlton 0 - 1 Bury
5
League One Sa 11Mar 2017 Bristol R 2 - 0 Southend
4
League One Tu 14Mar 2017 Walsall 0 - 1 Fleetwood
League Two Sa 18Mar 2017 Luton 1 - 1 Exeter
3
League Two Sa 25Mar 2017 Crawley 3 - 0 Leyton Orient
2
Games: 30 Totals:
 
127
5
 

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Match in Focus

12:30 Sa 1Apr SS1

Liverpool v Everton

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Everton have won none of the last 13 Merseyside ­derbies
Expert verdict
Everton have a dismal recent record against their rivals from across Stanley Park but the Toffees have been banging in the goals and can at least net at Anfield. Everton have failed to score in just one of their last seven on their travels and with Belgian beast Romelu Lukaku in great nick for club and country the visitors can trade blows with free-scoring Liverpool.