By Les Roberts
Updated Saturday, 12th May 2007
Mark Halsey will referee Everton's final game of the season at Stamford Bridge.The last match he refereed will still be fresh in the memory as it was the
2-1 win over Charlton when James McFadden volleyed in Everton's goal of the
season to give the Blues a valuable three points against the, ultimately
There were no bookings for Everton in that match and Mr Halsey has booked
just two Everton players, and sent one off, Kilbane at Spurs, in the five
matches he's refereed this season.
He also refereed the corresponding fixture to this one as Chelsea beat
Everton 2-3 at Goodison this season via an outrageous volley from Didier
He has taken charge of 10 Everton matches in the last three seasons, of
which the Blues have won just three, drawn three, lost four and have had
just five players booked and one dismissal.
For Chelsea, he has refereed 13 games since 2004/05 season and they have won 11, drawn one, lost one and have had 18 players booked and two sent off.
And, with them going for something like their 600th game at home without
defeat, it's unlikely that Everton will make it two defeats in 14 under Mr
Halsey in this one!
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