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Final League Matches – 2020/21
« on: Thu 20 May 2021 09:14 »
Arsenal (First Team) v Brighton & Hove Albion FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Moss, Jonathan
Assistant Referee: Perry, Marc
Assistant Referee: Wood, Timothy
Fourth Official: Whitestone, Dean
Video Assistant Referee: Hooper, Simon
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Eaton, Derek

Aston Villa FC (First Team) v Chelsea (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Attwell, Stuart
Assistant Referee: Long, Simon
Assistant Referee: Davies, Neil
Fourth Official: Robinson, Tim
Video Assistant Referee: Gillett, Jarred
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Child, Stephen

Fulham (First Team) v Newcastle United FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Kavanagh, Chris
Assistant Referee: Cook, Dan
Assistant Referee: Massey-Ellis, Sian
Fourth Official: Linington, James
Video Assistant Referee: Jones, Robert
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Holmes, Adrian

Leeds United AFC (First Team) v West Bromwich Albion FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Coote, David
Assistant Referee: Hopton, Nick
Assistant Referee: Hudson, Shaun
Fourth Official: Bond, Darren
Video Assistant Referee: Scott, Graham
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Robathan, Daniel

Leicester City FC (First Team) v Tottenham Hotspur (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Taylor, Anthony
Assistant Referee: Beswick, Gary Nunn, Adam
Assistant Referee: Nunn, Adam Scholes, Mark
Fourth Official: Stroud, Keith
Video Assistant Referee: Bankes, Peter
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Betts, Lee

Liverpool FC (First Team) v Crystal Palace FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Marriner, Andre  Pawson, Craig
Assistant Referee: West, Richard
Assistant Referee: Ledger, Scott
Fourth Official: Harrington, Tony
Video Assistant Referee: Tierney, Paul
 Additional Video Assistant Referee: Smart, Edward

Manchester City FC (First Team) v Everton FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Oliver, Michael
Assistant Referee: Burt, Stuart
Assistant Referee: Bennett, Simon
Fourth Official: Salisbury, Michael
Video Assistant Referee: England, Darren
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Halliday, Andrew

Sheffield United FC (First Team) v Burnley FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Friend, Kevin
Assistant Referee: Beck, Simon
Assistant Referee: Scholes, Mark  Fox, Andrew
Fourth Official: Eltringham, Geoff
Video Assistant Referee: Mason, Lee
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Wilkes, Matthew

West Ham United (First Team) v Southampton FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Atkinson, Martin
Assistant Referee: Hatzidakis, Constantine
Assistant Referee: Mainwaring, James
Fourth Official: Donohue, Matthew
Video Assistant Referee: Pawson, Craig  Marriner, Andre
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Kirkup, Peter

Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (First Team) v Manchester United FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Dean, Michael
Assistant Referee: Hussin, Ian
Assistant Referee: Lennard, Harry
Fourth Official: Brooks, John
Video Assistant Referee: Madley, Andrew
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Cann, Darren
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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #1 on: Thu 20 May 2021 09:20 »
beat me to it, i was copying and pasting it lol

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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #2 on: Thu 20 May 2021 09:31 »
Hmmm.  Attwell, Taylor and Marriner with the key games in the battle for Top 4.  Attwell and Marriner have had decent seasons, Taylor somewhat mixed.  I expected Oliver at Liverpool bearing in mind he never got to referee their game at OT.

Interest in the VAR selections also.  Gillett seems to have been generally reliable and Tierney for the Liverpool game has plenty of experience.  Bankes as VAR has had controversies I believe so his appointment for Leicester vs Spurs is perhaps more of a surprise.

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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #3 on: Thu 20 May 2021 09:48 »
A premier league debut for Shaun Hudson who is the assistant for Leeds v West Brom.
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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #4 on: Thu 20 May 2021 09:51 »
Just noticed all the 4O appointments are SG2 so one of them could get a short trial if the referee is injured. Not too surprising given that SG1's are refereeing or on VAR duties.

And Lee Mason's final final goodbye as an SG1 is on VAR, ready for his next career role.  I do hope Sheffield United vs Burnley is uncontroversial for him. 

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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #5 on: Thu 20 May 2021 10:17 »
4 key games - 6 unimportant games - could have been used to use some of the less used refs  :(
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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #6 on: Thu 20 May 2021 10:21 »
Taylor somewhat mixed. 

Taylor had an excellent game at Selhurst Park last night. A few debatable VAR red card checks, but IMO the on field decisions were fair.

(I agree that his season has been somewhat mixed though.)

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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #7 on: Thu 20 May 2021 10:31 »
4 key games - 6 unimportant games - could have been used to use some of the less used refs  :(

Was expecting Graham Scott and Darren England to get a game or Simon Hooper or at least Andy Madley
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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #8 on: Thu 20 May 2021 10:40 »
Taylor somewhat mixed. 

Taylor had an excellent game at Selhurst Park last night. A few debatable VAR red card checks, but IMO the on field decisions were fair.

(I agree that his season has been somewhat mixed though.)

It's the Schlupp challenge after 5 minutes that has angered Arsenal fans in particular. Just seen it and in my opinion it's one that VAR Attwell could have advised Taylor to check the monitor.   
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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #9 on: Thu 20 May 2021 15:32 »
Pleasantly surprised by Attwell and Marriner

Same old same old for the rest

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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #10 on: Fri 21 May 2021 14:33 »
Let's just hope Simon Hooper looks at the correct frames on VAR - unlike the ones shown on Wednesday evening at Palace!

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« Reply #11 on: Fri 21 May 2021 14:35 »
I'm late to this thread, but in what way are there only 4 "key" games this weekend? Assuming that place money in itself is not a criterion, there are surely 6 games on which European qualification in one form or another hinges - and that is disregarding the highly unlikely prospect of Leeds so qualifying. Surely all 6 are "key" from that point of view? Am I missing something?

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Re: Final League Matches – 2020/21
« Reply #12 on: Fri 21 May 2021 18:14 »
I'm late to this thread, but in what way are there only 4 "key" games this weekend? Assuming that place money in itself is not a criterion, there are surely 6 games on which European qualification in one form or another hinges - and that is disregarding the highly unlikely prospect of Leeds so qualifying. Surely all 6 are "key" from that point of view? Am I missing something?

Added to that every position in the PL is worth £1 million in prize money, so it is difficult to say that any game is "unimportant"
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« Reply #13 on: Sat 22 May 2021 15:42 »
I hope the appropriate social distancing is in place at “Shockley” Park.

Will be a squeeze getting 20 officials in the VAR hub come 4pm!
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« Reply #14 on: Sun 23 May 2021 14:54 »
Craig Pawson and Andre Marriner (injured) have swapped roles - Pawson refereeing at Anfield, Marriner VAR for West Ham - Southampton.
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