Date: 20th March 2018 at 1:35pm
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The man in charge of the Sky Bet League One match between Peterborough United and Bristol Rovers at the ABAX Stadium is CARL BOYESON.


Referee Carl Boyeson shows Kgosi Ntlhe a red card v Colchester



Experienced referee Carl Boyeson will take charge of the next Posh match when they entertain the Pirates of Bristol.

The East Yorkshire-based official has 15-years` experience in the Football League dating back to the 2002/03 season.

Both Posh and the Pirates had the pleasure of Boyeson in his first season with the Pirates picking up a point in a goalless draw at Carlisle United while Posh cruised to a four-one victory over Cheltenham Town. Veteran strikers Jason Lee and Andy Clarke scored a brace each for Posh with the sole yellow card being shown to Town defender Neil Howarth. Rovers picked up one yellow card in their match against the Cumbrians compared to five received by their hosts!

Posh have had Boyeson officiated 20 of their matches down the years, losing seven times, drawing five and winning eight times. One of those victories was a narrow one-nil win over Saturday`s visitors! Aaron McLean scored the only goal of the game back in the 2008/09 season at the Memorial Stadium in the 70th minute. No cards were shown during the match.

The last Posh match Boyeson refereed came last September when Posh hosted MK Dons. Second half goals from Ryan Tafazolli and Marcus Maddison won the match while Boyeson once again kept his cards in his pocket.

The Pirates have only had Boyeson referee 11 of their matches winning four, losing four and drawing the other three matches. Two of those matches came earlier this season with mixed results.

The first match, in mid-August, saw them come away from Bury with a three-two victory while no cards were dished out during the game.

The second time wasn`t as happy as they went down three-nil at Wigan Athletic. Not only did they lose but they had defender Ryan Sweeney sent off after just 30 minutes with a straight red card. Two yellow cards were shown in the match but both went to Latics players.

So far this season, Boyeson has officiated 30 matches issuing just 79 yellow cards but ten red cards!

His highest card count for a match this season is 7 cards in a match which has happened twice, both of which came in August.

Both matches came in League Two with the first coming at Mansfield Town which at that time was managed by current Posh manager Steve Evans. The Stags beat Forest Green Rovers two-nil with goals from Danny Rose and Paul Anderson and while they picked up just one yellow card, Rovers received six yellow cards!

The second match was also in Nottinghamshire with County hosting Accrington Stanley. Five yellow cards were dished out during the two-all draw with the Magpies picking up three of them while both sides were reduced to 10-men. Stanley substitute Mekhi Leacock-McLeod received a straight red just seven minutes after coming on to the field of play midway through the second-half with County defender Matt Tootle going for a slightly early bath when receiving his red card in the 90th minute.

The last match Boyeson officiated came last weekend when Morecambe hosted Exeter City in a League Two clash. The hosts came from behind to score a goal in each half to win the match two-one. Two yellow cards were shown in the match with both sides sharing them.

The last League One match refereed by Boyeson came the week before on the south coast. Pompey lead Gillingham one-nil at half-time but three unanswered second-half goals swung the match to the visitors. Just one yellow card was shown during the match which went to former Posh central defender Christian Burgess.

His statistics for the last few seasons in the Football League are:

2017/18 – 30 matches – 14 home wins – 11 away wins – 5 draws
2016/17 – 36 matches – 13 home wins – 8 away wins – 15 draws
2015/16 – 31 matches – 14 home wins – 10 away wins – 7 draws

Card Tally For Last Few Seasons:

2017/18 – Games 30 – Yellow 79 – Red 10
2016/17 – Games 36 – Yellow 139 – Red 10
2015/16 – Games 31 – Yellow 102 – Red 5

His matches involving Posh and the Pirates to date are:

Posh – 20 matches – 8 wins – 5 draws – 7 defeats
Pirates – 11 matches – 4 wins – 3 draws – 4 defeats

The assistant referees for this match will be Mark Derrien and Matt Eva. The fourth official is Christopher O`Donnell.

Posh v Bristol Rovers - Sky Bet EFL L1

Peterborough United v Bristol Rovers
Location: ABAX Stadium
Date: Saturday, 24th March, 2018
Kick-off: 15:00pm

Referee

Carl Boyeson

Assistants

Mark Derrien
Matt Eva

Fourth official

Christopher O`Donnell




WHAT DO YOU THINK THE SCORE WILL BE ON SATURDAY? PREDICT THE POSH v BRISTOL ROVERS SCORE HERE.


Don`t forget to vote in the following polls that are running at the time of print:

Oxford United v Posh

Man of the Match
Rate The Ref – Rob Lewis



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The man in charge of the Sky Bet League One match between Peterborough United and Bristol Rovers at the ABAX Stadium is CARL BOYESON.


Referee Carl Boyeson shows Kgosi Ntlhe a red card v Colchester



Experienced referee Carl Boyeson will take charge of the next Posh match when they entertain the Pirates of Bristol.

The East Yorkshire-based official has 15-years` experience in the Football League dating back to the 2002/03 season.

Both Posh and the Pirates had the pleasure of Boyeson in his first season with the Pirates picking up a point in a goalless draw at Carlisle United while Posh cruised to a four-one victory over Cheltenham Town. Veteran strikers Jason Lee and Andy Clarke scored a brace each for Posh with the sole yellow card being shown to Town defender Neil Howarth. Rovers picked up one yellow card in their match against the Cumbrians compared to five received by their hosts!

Posh have had Boyeson officiated 20 of their matches down the years, losing seven times, drawing five and winning eight times. One of those victories was a narrow one-nil win over Saturday`s visitors! Aaron McLean scored the only goal of the game back in the 2008/09 season at the Memorial Stadium in the 70th minute. No cards were shown during the match.

The last Posh match Boyeson refereed came last September when Posh hosted MK Dons. Second half goals from Ryan Tafazolli and Marcus Maddison won the match while Boyeson once again kept his cards in his pocket.

The Pirates have only had Boyeson referee 11 of their matches winning four, losing four and drawing the other three matches. Two of those matches came earlier this season with mixed results.

The first match, in mid-August, saw them come away from Bury with a three-two victory while no cards were dished out during the game.

The second time wasn`t as happy as they went down three-nil at Wigan Athletic. Not only did they lose but they had defender Ryan Sweeney sent off after just 30 minutes with a straight red card. Two yellow cards were shown in the match but both went to Latics players.

So far this season, Boyeson has officiated 30 matches issuing just 79 yellow cards but ten red cards!

His highest card count for a match this season is 7 cards in a match which has happened twice, both of which came in August.

Both matches came in League Two with the first coming at Mansfield Town which at that time was managed by current Posh manager Steve Evans. The Stags beat Forest Green Rovers two-nil with goals from Danny Rose and Paul Anderson and while they picked up just one yellow card, Rovers received six yellow cards!

The second match was also in Nottinghamshire with County hosting Accrington Stanley. Five yellow cards were dished out during the two-all draw with the Magpies picking up three of them while both sides were reduced to 10-men. Stanley substitute Mekhi Leacock-McLeod received a straight red just seven minutes after coming on to the field of play midway through the second-half with County defender Matt Tootle going for a slightly early bath when receiving his red card in the 90th minute.

The last match Boyeson officiated came last weekend when Morecambe hosted Exeter City in a League Two clash. The hosts came from behind to score a goal in each half to win the match two-one. Two yellow cards were shown in the match with both sides sharing them.

The last League One match refereed by Boyeson came the week before on the south coast. Pompey lead Gillingham one-nil at half-time but three unanswered second-half goals swung the match to the visitors. Just one yellow card was shown during the match which went to former Posh central defender Christian Burgess.

His statistics for the last few seasons in the Football League are:

2017/18 – 30 matches – 14 home wins – 11 away wins – 5 draws
2016/17 – 36 matches – 13 home wins – 8 away wins – 15 draws
2015/16 – 31 matches – 14 home wins – 10 away wins – 7 draws

Card Tally For Last Few Seasons:

2017/18 – Games 30 – Yellow 79 – Red 10
2016/17 – Games 36 – Yellow 139 – Red 10
2015/16 – Games 31 – Yellow 102 – Red 5

His matches involving Posh and the Pirates to date are:

Posh – 20 matches – 8 wins – 5 draws – 7 defeats
Pirates – 11 matches – 4 wins – 3 draws – 4 defeats

The assistant referees for this match will be Mark Derrien and Matt Eva. The fourth official is Christopher O`Donnell.

Posh v Bristol Rovers - Sky Bet EFL L1

Peterborough United v Bristol Rovers
Location: ABAX Stadium
Date: Saturday, 24th March, 2018
Kick-off: 15:00pm

Referee

Carl Boyeson

Assistants

Mark Derrien
Matt Eva

Fourth official

Christopher O`Donnell




WHAT DO YOU THINK THE SCORE WILL BE ON SATURDAY? PREDICT THE POSH v BRISTOL ROVERS SCORE HERE.


Don`t forget to vote in the following polls that are running at the time of print:

Oxford United v Posh

Man of the Match
Rate The Ref – Rob Lewis


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