Tuesday, 24 September 2019
 
Arsenal v Nottingham Forest   

DARREN ENGLAND

Timothy Wood and Daniel Leach

Fourth Official: James Linington

 

Colchester United v Tottenham Hotspur   

JARRED GILLETT

Darren Blunden and Geoffrey Russell

Fourth Official: Darren Drysdale

 

Crawley Town v Stoke City       

KEVIN JOHNSON

Anthony Da Costa and Christopher Wade

Fourth Official: Sam Lewis

 

Luton Town v Leicester City      

MATTHEW DONOHUE

Nik Barnard and Robert Hyde

Fourth Official: Daniel Middleton

 

Portsmouth v Southampton         

KEVIN FRIEND

Matthew Wilkes and Mark Scholes

Fourth Official: Dean Whitestone

 

Preston North End v Manchester City    

LEE MASON

Marc Perry and Nick Hopton

Fourth Official: Tony Harrington

 

Sheffield Wednesday v Everton            

JEREMY SIMPSON

Richard Wild and Robert Merchant

Fourth Official: Mark Dwyer

 

Watford v Swansea City      

DARREN BOND

Ian Cooper and Andrew Fox

Fourth Official: Lee Venamore

 

Wednesday, 25 September 2019

 

Brighton & Hove Albion v Aston Villa   

GRAHAM SCOTT

Neil Davies and Derek Eaton

Fourth Official: Lee Swabey

 

Burton Albion v AFC Bournemouth     

JOHN BUSBY

Ian Dudley and Abbas Khan

Fourth Official: James Bell

 

Chelsea v Grimsby Town      

KEITH STROUD

James Mainwaring and Rob Smith

Fourth Official: Scott Oldham

 

Manchester United v Rochdale         

JOHN BROOKS

Nick Greenhalgh and Philip Dermott

Fourth Official: Anthony Backhouse

 

Milton Keynes Dons v Liverpool           

OLIVER LANGFORD

Akil Howson and Steven Meredith

Fourth Official: Ben Toner

 

Oxford United v West Ham United     

ROBERT JONES

Nigel Lugg and Mark Russell

Fourth Official: Mark Pottage

 

Sheffield United v Sunderland      

TIMOTHY ROBINSON

Matthew McGrath and Mark Jones

Fourth Official: James Wilson

 

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Reading        

PETER BANKES

Lee Betts and Constantine Hatzidakis

Fourth Official: Simon Mather



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