Northumberland-born Premier League Referee, Michael Oliver, has been shortlisted to Officiate the Sunday Premier League match between the league's current leader, Liverpool Football Club, and Manchester United.
Manches United will be traveling to Liverpool's Anfield Stadium on Sunday for the match day week 17th league tie with its age-long rival, Liverpool FC.
Michael Oliver who will be officiating the match has been widely accused of being biased against Manchester United, most time he officiates Manchester United's match.
Michael Oliver who first officiated a match involving Manchester United on February 5th, 2011 flashed Manchester United two yellow to see Manchester United losing the match to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Michael Oliver has officiated 19 home and 20 away Premier League matches involving Manchester United since February 5th, 2011. Manchester United won 16; lost 12 and drew 11 of the Premier League matches officiated by Michael Oliver.
Michael Oliver has awarded 71 yellow cards and two red cards against Manchester United in the 39 Premier League matches he officiated against the club.
Michael Oliver also officiated 4 FA Cup matches and 1 League Cup match against Manchester United where he served the club another 2 red cards (FA) and 12 yellow cards; one in the League Cup, and 11 in the FA Cup. Of the four FA Cup matches he officiated against Manchester United, the club won 1 and lost 3 while Manchester United won the lone League Cup he officiated against the club.
From all the 44 matches he has officiated against Manchester United in all English competitions, since February 5th, 2011, Michael Oliver has served Manchester United 83 yellow cards and 4 red cards (3 in away games and 1 home game).
Manchester United won 18, drew 11, and lost 15 of all the 44 matches officiated by Michael Oliver against the club.
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Published 12/12/2023 10:44:47 PM