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MAN IN THE MIDDLE: Michael Oliver

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08:00 21st April 2017

. . . focus on tomorrow's referee at the Liberty


Michael Oliver will be in charge of his fourth Swans fixture of the season on Saturday.
The 32-year-old Northumberland official is the man in the middle for Stoke City's visit to the Liberty (3pm).
Oliver has already officiated the Swans on three occasions this season - the home clash with Liverpool and the trips to Stoke and West Brom.
Oliver has refereed 38 games in all this season, issuing 113 bookings and four red cards.
His assistants at the Liberty will be Gary Beswick and Matthew Wilkes, while Andre Marriner is fourth official.

Michael Oliver

Michael Oliver at the Liberty
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Tickets
For Saturday's game, we have extra tickets on sale after Stoke returned some of their allocation.
To see the Swans in Premier League action against the Potters, click
HERE

#JacksZone
Don't forget to make the most of your matchday experience by kicking off the day with a visit to our popular #JacksZone.
The fun-filled fan zone has interactive games including speed cage, football pool and football tables, along with live music courtesy of The C90s, competitions and giveaways, entertainment on the big screen and appearances from Lee Trundle as well as Cyril and Cybil, plus plenty of food and drink.
The fun continues after the final whistle at the Liberty, with the FA Cup tie between Chelsea and Tottenham being shown live on the big screen.
The #JacksZone opens at 12.30pm but both home and away fans are encouraged to arrive early as spaces are limited. Please note, the fan zone will be closed 15 minutes before kick off.
There’s still time to register to take part in the Players’ Lounge FIFA tournament for a chance to play on the big screen in the Jacks Zone – register HERE




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