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Bruno Fernandez on verge of Liverpool clash

Bruno Fernandes, the captain of Manchester United, could miss two matches prior to the encounter against Liverpool. A two-match suspension is just two yellow cards away for the midfield player. This season, he has already gotten eight yellow cards.

A player is automatically suspended for two games if they receive ten yellow cards in the first thirty-two Premier League games for their club. After receiving five yellow cards this season, Fernandes has already served one ban.

This meant he was not present for the December 17 0-0 tie against Liverpool. Now, if he gets a yellow card against Chelsea on Thursday and Liverpool on Sunday, he might miss league games against Bournemouth and Sheffield United.

The final game where he must take precautions to avoid being banned is the Liverpool match, provided he receives his tenth yellow card before to the Bournemouth match.

Fernandes is among the numerous players in the league who are on the verge of being suspended. However, Newcastle United’s Bruno Guimaraes and Chelsea’s Nicolas Jackson are much closer to receiving suspensions.

Each of them possesses nine yellow cards. Chelsea’s season is not over until they play their final four games, which is when the cutoff point is reached.

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