Meet the officials | West Bromwich Albion
Graham Scott will be the man in charge when Swansea City travel to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.
The Oxfordshire-born official has taken charge of just three matches this season: two in the Championship and one in the Premier League. Across that trio of games, he has handed out 12 yellow cards and three reds.
Scott was most recently handed control of a Swans game in April 2022. He blew the whistle when the side travelled to The City Ground to face Nottingham Forest. In that game, he handed out two yellow cards with Cyrus Christie and Joel Latibeaudiere booked.
That was the first time Scott had taken charge of a Swans match since a Championship clash at Bolton Wanderers in 2018, but the ninth time he’d overseen a Swans game in total.
His first Swans game was a 2009 League Cup first-round match in which the Swans saw off Brighton and Hove Albion 3-0.
Last season, he took charge of 23 games – ranging from League Two to the Premier League - handing out 79 yellow cards and four reds.
On Saturday, he will be assisted by Adrian Holmes and Mark Scholes. Sebastian Stockbridge will be the fourth official.