Date: 3rd January 2011 at 10:19am
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Graham Salisbury is the man in charge of this afternoon’s Championship game between Middlesbrough and Norwich City at the Riverside Stadium (3pm).

The Lancashire official has so far lead 17 games this season, handing out 61 yellow cards and 3 red.

The last time he took charge of a game featuring the Canaries was the 2-1 defeat at Swansea in April 2009, and for Boro their 3-1 home win against Reading earlier this season – a game which saw Royals midfielder Brian Howard sent off.

Last season Mr Salisbury refereed 38 games, dishing out 87 yellow cards and 9 red.

Referee: G Salisbury
Assistants: M Coy and P E Curry
Fourth Official: S M Stockbridge.

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