<b>Discipline</b><br/>
<b>Yellow/Red Cards </b><br/>
Van Persie – 7/0 <br/>
Suarez – 4/0<br/>
Despite his reputation, Suarez has picked up fewer bookings than Van Persie this season. However he has courted controversy over diving and more recently for using his hand in the build-up to scoring against Mansfield. Van Persie on the other hand continues to attract widespread praise as his dream 18-months continue.

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