Games refereed by Keith Stroud in 2017/2018

    YEL  RED  
League One Sa 09Sep 2017 Peterborough 1 - 3 Bradford
8
2
Championship Sa 16Sep 2017 Birmingham 1 - 3 Preston
6
Championship Sa 23Sep 2017 Norwich 0 - 0 Bristol C
2
Championship Sa 14Oct 2017 Norwich 1 - 1 Hull
5
1
Championship Sa 21Oct 2017 Nottm Forest 2 - 0 Burton
2
Championship Tu 31Oct 2017 QPR 1 - 0 Sheff Utd
4
Championship Sa 04Nov 2017 Derby 2 - 4 Reading
7
Championship Su 19Nov 2017 Leeds 2 - 1 Middlesbro
8
Championship We 22Nov 2017 Ipswich 2 - 2 Sheff Wed
3
Championship Sa 25Nov 2017 Wolves 5 - 1 Bolton
4
Championship Sa 02Dec 2017 Sunderland 1 - 3 Reading
5
1
Championship Sa 09Dec 2017 Burton 1 - 2 Preston
5
League One Sa 16Dec 2017 Southend 1 - 2 Bradford
6
1
Championship Tu 26Dec 2017 Brentford 2 - 1 Aston Villa
3
Championship Fr 29Dec 2017 Millwall 1 - 0 QPR
2
Championship Tu 02Jan 2018 Fulham 4 - 1 Ipswich
7
1
League Two Sa 06Jan 2018 Forest Green 1 - 0 Port Vale
1
Championship Sa 13Jan 2018 Barnsley 0 - 0 Wolves
3
Championship Sa 20Jan 2018 Sunderland 1 - 0 Hull
6
Championship Sa 27Jan 2018 Bristol C 2 - 0 QPR
4
1
League One Sa 03Feb 2018 Charlton 2 - 3 Oxford
2
Championship Fr 09Feb 2018 Millwall 1 - 1 Cardiff
2
Championship We 21Feb 2018 Derby 2 - 2 Leeds
1
Championship Sa 24Feb 2018 Norwich 0 - 0 Bolton
7
Championship Sa 03Mar 2018 Nottm Forest 2 - 1 Birmingham
3
Championship Tu 06Mar 2018 Fulham 3 - 0 Sheff Utd
5
League Two Tu 13Mar 2018 Exeter 0 - 0 Yeovil
3
Championship Sa 17Mar 2018 Leeds 1 - 2 Sheff Wed
4
Championship Fr 30Mar 2018 Norwich 0 - 2 Fulham
7
Championship Mo 02Apr 2018 Bristol C 0 - 1 Brentford
5
Championship Sa 21Apr 2018 Bolton 0 - 4 Wolves
2
Championship Sa 28Apr 2018 Reading 0 - 4 Ipswich
League One Sa 05May 2018 Northampton 2 - 2 Oldham
2
Games: 33 Totals:
 
134
7
 

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Match in Focus

19:45 Sa 26May BT2

Real Madrid v Liverpool

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Real have won just one of their last four Champions League meetings against English opposition
Expert verdict
Real Madrid have lifted the Champions League in three of the past four seasons but they could struggle to retain their crown against a lively Liverpool. Real have been the dominant force in Europe, with last year’s 4-1 thumping of Juventus in the final in Cardiff showcasing their superiority. However, Zinedine Zidane’s men have not bumped into a front three like the Reds’ often - Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane have netted 29 of their 40 Champions League goals this season - and they are vulnerable to the counter-attack.