Games refereed by Neil Swarbrick in 2015/2016

    YEL  RED  
Championship Sa 15Aug 2015 Fulham 1 - 2 Brighton
4
Premier League Sa 22Aug 2015 Sunderland 1 - 1 Swansea
6
Premier League Sa 29Aug 2015 Bournemouth 1 - 1 Leicester
6
League Two Sa 12Sep 2015 Northampton 1 - 0 Oxford
4
1
League One Su 20Sep 2015 Bradford 2 - 2 Sheff Utd
3
Capital One Cup We 23Sep 2015 C Palace 4 - 1 Charlton
3
1
Championship Su 27Sep 2015 Middlesbro 3 - 0 Leeds
3
Premier League Sa 03Oct 2015 Sunderland 2 - 2 West Ham
7
1
Premier League Sa 24Oct 2015 Aston Villa 1 - 2 Swansea
5
Championship Sa 31Oct 2015 Reading 1 - 1 Brighton
Premier League Su 08Nov 2015 Liverpool 1 - 2 C Palace
3
League One Sa 14Nov 2015 Rochdale 0 - 2 Wigan
2
League One Sa 28Nov 2015 Barnsley 1 - 1 Sheff Utd
4
League Two Sa 19Dec 2015 Wycombe 2 - 1 Oxford
3
Premier League Mo 28Dec 2015 C Palace 0 - 0 Swansea
5
Championship Sa 02Jan 2016 Middlesbro 2 - 0 Derby
2
Premier League We 13Jan 2016 Stoke 3 - 1 Norwich
1
1
Premier League Sa 16Jan 2016 Newcastle 2 - 1 West Ham
1
English FA Cup We 20Jan 2016 Liverpool 3 - 0 Exeter
League Two Sa 23Jan 2016 Portsmouth 0 - 1 Oxford
1
English FA Cup Sa 30Jan 2016 Nottm Forest 0 - 1 Watford
3
Premier League Tu 02Feb 2016 West Brom 1 - 1 Swansea
Premier League Su 14Feb 2016 Aston Villa 0 - 6 Liverpool
4
Premier League Sa 27Feb 2016 Leicester 1 - 0 Norwich
2
Premier League We 02Mar 2016 Stoke 1 - 0 Newcastle
1
Premier League Sa 05Mar 2016 Southampton 1 - 1 Sunderland
3
1
Championship Tu 08Mar 2016 QPR 2 - 0 Derby
2
League One Sa 12Mar 2016 Bradford 2 - 1 Doncaster
1
Premier League Su 20Mar 2016 Tottenham 3 - 0 Bournemouth
1
Premier League Sa 02Apr 2016 Aston Villa 0 - 4 Chelsea
6
1
League One Sa 09Apr 2016 Barnsley 1 - 2 Chesterfield
3
1
Premier League Mo 18Apr 2016 Stoke 0 - 4 Tottenham
2
Premier League Sa 23Apr 2016 Aston Villa 2 - 4 Southampton
2
Premier League Sa 30Apr 2016 Everton 2 - 1 Bournemouth
1
Championship Play-Off Sa 14May 2016 Derby 0 - 3 Hull
4
Games: 35 Totals:
 
98
7
 

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Italy v Spain

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Italy have conceded one goal in their last five games
Expert verdict
Italy are one of the best teams in the world at defending their penalty area and can make life difficult for Spain at the Stade de France. Possession will be mainly in the hands of Spain but their 2-1 loss to Croatia was a reality check and they may struggle to get back on track against such a disciplined opponent.