Check out the match official appointments for Round Two of the Carabao Cup

Written by Nathan Mattick

Previous matchday

Premier League Match Official Appointments Matchweek 2

Tuesday 24th August 

Barrow AFC v Aston Villa

Referee: Martin Coy
Assistant Referees: Ivan Stankovic and Conor Brown
Fourth Official: Tom Reeves

Birmingham City v Fulham

Referee: Samuel Barrott
Assistant Referees: Oliver Bickle and Paul Stonier
Fourth Official: Aaron Jackson 

Blackpool v Sunderland 

Referee: Peter Wright
Assistant Referees: Peter Gooch and Joe Simpson
Fourth Official: Billy Smallwood 

Brentford v Forest Green Rovers 

Referee: Will Finnie
Assistant Referees: Dean Treleaven and Christopher Wade
Fourth Official: Trevor Kettle

Cardiff City v Brighton & Hove Albion

Referee: James Bell
Assistant Referees: Mark Derrien and Ravel Cheosiaua
Fourth Official: Lee Swabey

Gillingham v Cheltenham Town

Referee: David Rock
Assistant Referees: Hristo Karaivanov and Aaron Farmer
Fourth Official: Greg Read

Huddersfield Town v Everton 

Referee: Matthew Donohue
Assistant Referees: Nick Greenhalgh and Akil Howson
Fourth Official: Andy Woolmer

Leeds United v Crewe Alexandra 

Referee: Benjamin Speedie
Assistant Referees: Christopher Ward and Helen Edwards
Fourth Official: Andrew Kitchen

Millwall v Cambridge United 

Referee: Neil Hair
Assistant Referees: Nicholas Cooper and Samuel Ogles
Fourth Official: Paul Kelly 

Morecambe v Preston North End 

Referee: James Oldham
Assistant Referees: Paul Newhouse and Paul Graham
Fourth Official: Gary Hilton

Northampton Town v AFC Wimbledon 

Referee: Ross Joyce
Assistant Referees: Michael Chard and Matthew Smith
Fourth Official: Scott Tallis

Norwich City v AFC Bournemouth 

Referee: Charles Breakspear
Assistant Referees: Garry Maskell and Darren Blunden
Fourth Official: Paul Howard

Nottingham Forest v Wolverhampton Wanderers 

Referee: Andy Davies
Assistant Referees: Craig Taylor and Bhupinder Gill
Fourth Official: Carl Boyeson

Oldham Athletic v Accrington Stanley

Referee: Sebastian Stockbridge
Assistant Referees: Richard Wigglesworth and Steven Rushton 
Fourth Official: Lewis Smith

Queens Park Rangers v Oxford United 

Referee: Tom Nield
Assistant Referees: Damith Bandara and Stuart Butler 
Fourth Official: Robert Whitton 

Sheffield United v Derby County 

Referee: Anthony Backhouse
Assistant Referees: Andrew Hendley and Simon Clayton
Fourth Official: Anthony Moore

Shrewsbury Town v Rochdale AFC

Referee: Scott Oldham
Assistant Referees: Ian Smedley and Richard Woodward
Fourth Official: Anthony Moore

Stevenage v Wycombe Wanderers

Referee: Delcan Bourne
Assistant Referees: Andrew Aylott and Ryan Whitaker
Fourth Official: Andy Bennett

Stoke City v Doncaster Rovers 

Referee: Marc Edwards
Assistant Referees: Kevin Morris and Abbas Khan
Fourth Official: Paul Marsden

Swansea City v Plymouth Argyle 

Referee: Bobby Madley
Assistant Referees: Kevin Howick and Grant Taylor
Fourth Official: Daniel Lamport

Watford v Crystal Palace

Referee: Tim Robinson
Assistant Referees: Richard Wild and Nigel Lugg
Fourth Official: John Busby

Wigan Athletic v Bolton Wanderers

Referee: Thomas Bramall
Assistant Referees: Steven Meredith and Andrew Dallison
Fourth Official: Thomas Parsons

Wednesday 25th August 

Newcastle United v Burnley 

Referee: Oliver Langford
Assistant Referees: Paul Hodskinson and Phillip Dermott
Fourth Official: Leigh Doughty

Newport County v Southampton 

Referee: Darren Drysdale
Assistant Referees: Joe Clark and Lisa Rashid
Fourth Official: Scott Jackson 

West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal 

Referee: David Webb
Assistant Referees: Andrew Fox and Mark Pottage
Fourth Official: Sam Allison

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