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Referee Watch – Nigel Miller

Barring any late changes, Nigel Miller of County Durham will be in the middle for Blues’ game against Derby County at Pride Park on Saturday. Here is a look at his stats.

Season Performance

Mr Miller has been in the middle in sixteen games this season and in those games he has shown 47 yellow cards and 1 red. Of those games, six have been in the Championship and those have yielded sixteen cautions. Last season Mr Miller took charge of 42 games, showing 104 yellows and three reds. Of those games, fifteen were in the Championship and in those games Mr Miller cautioned thirty-two players and sent one off.

Last Blues Game Refereed

The last Blues game Mr Miller was in the middle for was the 1-1 draw between Brighton and Hove Albion and Blues at the Amex on 21 April this year. In that game he handed out five yellow cards – to Alan Navarro and Liam Bridcutt of Brighton and to Peter Ramage, Morgaro Gomis and Wade Elliott of Blues. Colin Tattum gave Mr Miller a 6, and the review “standard type” in his match ratings.

Last Championship Game Refereed

The last Championship game Mr Miller took charge of was the game between Cardiff City and Burnley which finished 4-0 to the home side. In that game Mr Miller showed one yellow card, to Joseph Mills of Burnley. Neither the South Wales Echo nor the Burnley Express have mentioned the ref in their reports, which I take as a positive sign.

All Stats from Soccerbase

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