Games refereed by Jonathan Moss in 2005/2006

    YEL  RED  
English League Two Sa 06Aug 2005 Shrewsbury 0 - 1 Rochdale
2
English League Two Sa 13Aug 2005 Darlington 0 - 1 Leyton Orient
Carling Cup Tu 23Aug 2005 Wrexham 0 - 1 Doncaster
5
English League Two Sa 27Aug 2005 Notts Co 2 - 0 Bristol R
5
1
English League Two Fr 02Sep 2005 Bury 0 - 1 Carlisle
3
English League Two Sa 17Sep 2005 Grimsby 3 - 0 Torquay
2
English League Two Sa 24Sep 2005 Mansfield 2 - 3 Wycombe
2
English League Two Sa 01Oct 2005 Boston Utd 1 - 0 Peterborough
6
Football League Trop Tu 18Oct 2005 Rotherham 3 - 3 Accrington
1
English League Two Sa 22Oct 2005 Stockport 4 - 2 Northampton
3
1
English FA Cup Sa 05Nov 2005 Rochdale 0 - 1 Brentford
2
English League One Sa 12Nov 2005 Chesterfield 2 - 0 Port Vale
2
English League One Sa 19Nov 2005 Scunthorpe 1 - 2 Tranmere
6
1
English FA Cup Tu 06Dec 2005 Burton 4 - 1 Burscough
4
English League Two Sa 17Dec 2005 Carlisle 2 - 1 Wrexham
5
English League One We 28Dec 2005 Tranmere 4 - 1 Yeovil
5
English League Two Sa 31Dec 2005 Barnet 1 - 0 Boston Utd
8
English League Two Mo 02Jan 2006 Darlington 3 - 2 Torquay
2
1
English Championship Sa 14Jan 2006 Preston 2 - 0 Millwall
4
English League Two Sa 21Jan 2006 Wrexham 1 - 2 Leyton Orient
5
English League Two Sa 28Jan 2006 Chester 0 - 2 Notts Co
3
1
English Championship Sa 11Feb 2006 Hull 1 - 1 Norwich
4
English League Two Tu 14Feb 2006 Carlisle 2 - 2 Shrewsbury
3
1
English League One Sa 18Feb 2006 Walsall 0 - 2 Oldham
2
English League Two Sa 25Feb 2006 Leyton Orient 1 - 0 Darlington
6
1
English League One Sa 04Mar 2006 Barnsley 2 - 2 Swansea
6
1
English League Two Sa 18Mar 2006 Chester 0 - 1 Cheltenham
5
English League Two Sa 01Apr 2006 Stockport 0 - 1 Bury
3
English League Two Sa 08Apr 2006 Barnet 2 - 1 Notts Co
2
English Championship Mo 17Apr 2006 Crewe 1 - 1 Cardiff
English League One Sa 29Apr 2006 Scunthorpe 1 - 0 Blackpool
2
Games: 31 Totals:
 
108
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Match in Focus

19:45 We 26Nov SKY1

Arsenal v B Dortmund

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Arsenal have kept two clean sheets in their last 11 fixtures
Expert verdict
Two teams who are close to a crisis domestically meet in the Champions League and backing goals looks to be the best bet. Arsenal’s defence continues to leak far too many goals, including 2-0 in Dortmund on matchday one, but the Germans have been shocking in the Bundesliga and will struggle to keep a clean sheet.