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The last Blues game he refereed was our Championship home fixture against Rotherham United in October 2018 which Blues won 3-1.

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Keith Stroud will take charge of Blues' final game of the season on Sunday against Reading at the Madejski Stadium.

So far this season, the Hampshire-based official has refereed 27 games where he has produced a total of 87 yellow cards and three reds.

The last Blues game he refereed was our Championship home fixture against Rotherham United in October 2018 which Blues won 3-1.

Rotherham's Joe Mattock was the only player from either side cautioned in that fixture.

During his refereeing career to date, Mr Stroud has taken charge of 16 Blues matches - five of which Blues have won, five they have drawn and six they have lost.

The last Reading game he took charge of was their Sky Bet Championship away fixture against Norwich City in April which ended in a 2-2 stalemate.

Three Royals players received cautions in that game - Emiliano Martinez, Chris Gunter and Lewis Baker, but no Norwich players.

In total, Mr Stroud has taken charge of 20 Reading games; with the Royals winning 11 of them, drawing two and losing seven.

Mr Stroud will be assisted on Sunday by John Flynn and Matt Foley, with Tom Neild acting as the fourth official.

 

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