LUFC Leeds v Barnsley Match Officials
Graham Salisbury will be the man in charge of the Yorkshire derby at Elland Road this weekend when Leeds United entertain Barnsley.
The Lancashire official has taken charge of 16 games so far this season, showing 43 yellow cards (2.68 per game) and 2 reds.
Last season he was in charge of 35 games, showing 115 yellow cards (3.28 per game) and 5 reds.
The last time he was in charge of Leeds was in the 2-2 draw at Hull City in February.
Leeds fans may remember Graham Salisbury from the final game of the season in 2009/10. Salisbury sent off Max Gradel as Leeds came from a goal down to beat Bristol Rovers and secure promotion to the championship.
His last game in charge of Barnsley was towards the end of last season when they drew 2-2 at Sheffield United.
Referee: Graham Salisbury (Lancashire)
Assistants: Kevin Mattocks & Gary Stott
Fourth Official: Barry Gordon
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