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2014/15 Ref Watch

Find out all you need to know about the referees for every game during the 2014/15 season.

Ref-Watch: Derby County (A)

JAMES LININGTON is Reading's most common ref this season, and he takes charge of our last game of the campaign against Derby County.

Ref-Watch: Rotherham (A)

Reading won't care much, but GRAHAM SALISBURY is the man who could decide Rotherham's Championship status...

Ref-Watch: Brentford (H)

Nearly there folks, and Ref-Watch is staying until the bitter and boring end. This time, it's ANDY MADLEY in the spotlight.

Ref-Watch: Birmingham (H)

For the second time this season Olly introduces LEE MASON. Hopefully he'll turn up on this occasion...

FA Cup Ref-Watch: Arsenal (N)

One of the most experienced referees in England is in charge of our semi-final with Arsenal - MARTIN ATKINSON.

Ref-Watch: Bournemouth (H)

He's been trialled in the Premier League a few times, but never been given the gig full-time. It's KEITH STROUD.

Ref-Watch: Blackburn Rovers (H)

Another relatively new Football League official this week, as MICHAEL BULL takes charge of Reading vs Blackburn.

Ref-Watch: Blackpool (A)

Olly is here again with another Ref-Watch, looking at GEOFF ELTRINGHAM, who takes charge of Tuesday's trip to Blackpool

Ref-Watch: Cardiff City (H)

There never really is an international break for refs, so the last two weeks will have been business as usual for SCOTT DUNCAN, who takes charge against Cardiff City today.

Ref-Watch: Charlton (A)

No Premier League referee this week as Reading visit Charlton, as it's back to earth a bang, with a man whose name sums up the Royals' league season - DARREN DEADMAN.

FA Cup Ref-Watch: Bradford City (H)

MIKE JONES could be blowing his whistle quite a few times this evening if Reading vs Bradford goes all the way to penalties. Our FA Cup destiny is in his hands...

Ref-Watch: Watford (A)

After Steve Clarke's comments in midweek about the standard of Championship referees, Darren Bond will be under pressure when he takes charge of Reading's visit to Watford.

FA Cup Ref-Watch: Bradford

Reading are one game away from Wembley, and the man who could play a huge part in our trip to Bradford is the referee - Mr LEE MASON.

Ref-Watch: Bolton (A)

Don't get tomorrow's referee, MARK HAYWOOD mixed up with fellow official Mark Heywood. They're just one letter different, but it's an easy mistake to make. I almost started writing about the wrong one...

Ref-Watch: Leeds (H)

With another game, comes another Ref-Watch. Graham Scott is in charge at the Madjeski Stadium when Leeds come to visit...

Ref-Watch: Sheffield Wednesday (H)

Tomorrow's referee for when Sheffield Wednesday come to to Madjeski is former postman Brendan Malone, 46, from Wiltshire...

FA Cup Ref-Watch: Cardiff (A)

Reading are still in the FA Cup and the official for our fourth round trip to Cardiff was the man in the middle for the final of the competition last season, Lee Probert. It hasn't been plain sailing since then though, as The_Biscuitman explains...

Ref-Watch: Middlesborough (H)

Ref-Watch returns for Reading's first league and home game of 2015, and the man in the middle against Middlesborough will be the very 19th century sounding Charles Breakspear.

Ref-Watch: Norwich (H)

There is a familiar face in charge against Norwich on Sunday. Look away now Alex Pearce...

Ref-Watch: Brighton (A)

It's days like Boxing Day that you might regret wanting to become a referee, as you step out on to a chilly pitch when you could be at home with your family. The_Biscuitman has all the details on Friday's official, Graham Salisbury.

Ref-Watch: Watford (H)

As Christmas approaches, the cards should be being handed thick and fast by refs around the country. However, this appears not to be the case for tomorrow's ref against Watford, Mr Gavin Ward, as The_Biscuitman investigates.

Ref-Watch: Birmingham (A)

The Royals are going through a boring period at the moment, and that's not set to change looking at this week's ref's recent record. The_Biscuitman profiles Nigel Miller, from County Durham.

Ref-Watch: Bolton (H)

Reading have a veteran ref in charge against Bolton this weekend. The_Biscuitman gives us the lowdown on Hertfordshire official Keith Hill - no, not the Rochdale boss.

Ref-Watch: Norwich City (A)

Reading take on Norwich City at Carrow Road this Saturday, looking to earn what would be a crucial three points. But what can the Royals expect from this weekend's official? The_Biscuitman investigates in his Ref Watch.

Ref-Watch: Blackpool (H)

Gagging for your #RefWatch fix? Look no further. Here's all the Gavinformation you need on Saturday's referee, GAVIN WARD.

Ref-Watch: Bournemouth (A)

Buckle up for a bumper #RefWatch brimming to bursting point with Bongani Khumalo, mistaken identity, and, er, Numberwang. All shall become clear. Ladies and gentlemen, MARK HEYW- no, wait. MARK HAYWOOD. Phew.

Ref-Watch: Derby (H)

Can we come out now? At last, the international-break ice-age has thawed, the domestic football saplings are sprouting anew through sheets of snow, and #RefWatch is back (again). Enter DARREN DEADMAN, stage left.

Ref-Watch: Brentford (A)

The #RefWatch Famine has come to pass: we're back, in the nick of time to preview Wiltshire-based sawmill sales director Roger East. Now that's what I call a mouthful.

Ref-Watch: Fulham (H)

The constellations have aligned, the Runes of Awakening have been intoned, and Roy Hodgson has been put into cryopreservation again. The portents are clear. #RefWatch is back in business, baby.

Ref-Watch: Middlesbrough (A)

By the power of the modern miracle which is Mobile Internet, JSK is able to deliver #RefWatch (just) for your reading pleasure.

Ref-Watch: Nottingham Forest (A)

It's the August Bank Holiday Weekend, a.k.a. Reading Festival weekend - but the football doesn't stop. No rest for the wicked; this Saturday, ANDY WOOLMER has got the gig. And I'll get my coat. And wellies.

Ref-Watch: Huddersfield (H)

It's #RefWatch time. May I present to you *drumroll*, STUART ''Ghost Ref'' ATTWELL.