Date: 7th April 2018 at 6:31am
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Lee Collins is the man in charge of the clash between Gillingham and Doncaster Rovers today.

The Surrey official has taken charge of 13 games this season showing 42 yellow cards and 1 red.

His last game was the clash between Bristol Rovers and Bury on Good Friday, where he showed three yellow cards.

This will be the second time that he has taken charge of Doncaster this season. The first time he took charge of Doncaster this season was their 6-2 win at Ebbsfleet Town in the FA Cup and it is the game where he has shown the most cards, showing seven yellow and one red to Ebbsfleet defender Chris Bush.

He does enjoy goals when in charge of Doncaster with their 4-3 win at Stevenage last season, his previous game in charge.

In fact, his last four Doncaster games have seen them score 20 goals away from home, having also won 3-0 at Southend United and 5-0 at Crawley Town.

His five completed games in charge of Doncaster have seen them win all five games.

Doncaster fans do however remember him for something else. He was the referee in charge of their clash at Charlton Athletic in August 2013 when he abandoned the game due to a waterlogged pitch with Doncaster leading 3-1 in the game.

Collins last took charge of Gillingham on the opening day of the 2015/16 season when they defeated Sheffield United 4-0 at Priestfield.

Referee: LEE COLLINS (Surrey)
Assistants: Kevin Howick and Stephen Finch
Fourth Official: Adrian Waters

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