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Man in the middle: Andy Woolmer

The Northamptonshire official has refereed the Swans on four previous occasions.

The most recent of those was back in February 2010, when Paulo Sousa’s Swans drew 1-1 with Newcastle thanks to a David Cotterill goal.

Woolmer once refereed at Vetch Field, when an Adrian Forbes goal secured a 1-0 win over Leyton Orient 14 years ago.

That was during Woolmer’s first season as a Football League official.

He last refereed Brentford in December 2016, when they won 1-0 at Bristol City.

Woolmer will be assisted this weekend by Robert Hyde and Michael George, while Andy Davies will be the fourth official.

 

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