Find out who has been selected to officiate in round two of the Carabao Cup

Written by Nathan Mattick

Previous matchday

Premier League Match Official Appointments - Matchday 1
All matches kick-off at 7:45pm, unless stated 

Tuesday 15th September

AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace 

Referee: Keith Stroud
Assistant Referees: Ian Cooper and Nigel Lugg
Fourth Official:
Scott Jackson

Bradford City v Lincoln City (KO: 19:00)

Referee: Michael Salisbury
Assistant Referees: Johnathan Hunt and Richard Wild
Fourth Official:
Andrew Millier

Burton Albion v Aston Villa 

Referee: Oliver Langford
Assistant Referees: Robert Merchant and Nick Greenhalgh
Fourth Official:
Stephen Martin

Derby County v Preston North End (KO: 18:30)

Referee: Andy Davies
Assistant Referees: Steven Meredith and Adam Crysell
Fourth Official:
Mark Dwyer

Fleetwood Town v Port Vale (KO: 19:00)

Referee: Ross Joyce
Assistant Referees: Graeme Fyvie and Alan Clayton
Fourth Official: Mark Cunliffe

Gillingham v Coventry City (KO: 18:00)

Referee: Craig Hicks
Assistant Referees: Garry Maskell and Matthew Lee
Fourth Official: Alan Dale

Leyton Orient v Plymouth Argyle 

Referee: Joshua Smith
Assistant Referees: Mark Russell and George Byrne
Fourth Official: Rob Smith

Middlesbrough v Barnsley (KO: 18:00)

Referee: Anthony Backhouse
Assistant Referees: Anthony Moore and Wayne Grunnill
Fourth Official: David Richardson

Millwill v Cheltenham Town (KO: 18:00)

Referee: John Busby
Assistant Referees: Anthony Da Costa and Paul Kelly
Fourth Official: Lee Coillins 

Morecambe v Oldham Athletic 

Referee: Ben Toner
Assistant Referees: Joe Simpson and Gary Hilton
Fourth Official: Richard Bartlett

Newcastle United v Blackburn Rovers (KO: 19:30)

Referee: Jarred Gillett
Assistant Referees: Phillip Dermott and Paul Hodskinson
Fourth Official: Kevin Mulraine

Newport County v Cambridge United (KO: 19:00)

Referee: Lee Swabey
Assistant Referees: John Flynn and Darren Wilding
Fourth Official: Grant Taylor 

Oxford United v Watford (KO: 19:00)

Referee: Leigh Doughty
Assistant Referees: Sam Lewis and Matthew Jones
Fourth Official: Andrew Fox

Reading v Luton Town (KO: 18:00)

Referee: Charles Breakspear
Assistant Referees: Gregory Read and Stuart Butler 
Fourth Official: Sunny Gill

Rochdale v Sheffield Wednesday (KO: 18:00)

Referee: Sebastian Stockbridge
Assistant Referees: Andrew Dallison and Robert Atkin
Fourth Official: Matthew Parry

West Ham United v Charlton Athletic (KO: 19:30)

Referee: Andre Marriner
Assistant Referees: Scott Ledger and Simon Long
Fourth Official: Graham Scott 

Wednesday 16th September 

Bristol City v Northampton Town 

Referee: Tom Nield
Assistant Referees: Louis Marks and Samuel Ogles
Fourth Official: Kevin Morris

Ipswich Town v Fulham 

Referee: Dean Whitestone
Assistant Referees: Michael George and Adrian Waters 
Fourth Official: Lee Venamore

Leeds United v Hull City 

Referee: David Webb
Assistant Referees: James Wilson and Shuan Hudson 
Fourth Official: Paul Graham 

Southampton v Brentford 

Referee: John Brooks
Assistant Referees: Akil Howson and Daniel Leach 
Fourth Official: Jacob Miles

West Bromwich Albion v Harrogate Town (KO: 18:00)

 Referee: Thomas Bramball
Assistant Referees: Abbas Khan and Thomas Harty
Fourth Official: Christopher Sarginson

Everton v Salford City (KO: 20:15) 

Referee: Marc Edwards
Assistant Referees: Chris  Isherwood and Hristo  Karaivanov
Fourth Official: Scott Oldham

Thursday 17th September

Burnley v Sheffield United (KO: 17:30)

Referee: Paul Tierney
Assistant Referees: Simon Benett and James Mainwaring
Fourth Official: David Coote

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Stoke City (KO: 19:00)

Referee: Simon Hooper
Assistant Referees: Derek Eaton and Tim Wood
Fourth Official: Kevin Friend

Brighton & Hove Albion v Portsmouth 

Referee: Matthew Donohue
Assistant Referees: Robert Hyde and Mark Pottage
Fourth Official: Gavin Wood

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