Check out who has been appointed to officiate the fixtures in matchweek 16

Written by Nathan Mattick

Friday 10th December

Brentford v Watford (KO: 20:00)

Referee: Michael Oliver
Assistants: Stuart Burt and Simon Bennett
Fourth official: Mike Dean
VAR: Jarred Gillett
Assistant VAR: Dan Cook

Saturday 11th December

Manchester City v Woverhampton Wanderers (KO: 12:30)

Referee: Jonathan Moss
Assistants: Marc Perry and Timothy Wood
Fourth official: Martin Atkinson
VAR: Andre Marriner
Assistant VAR: Matthew Wilkes

Arsenal v Southampton

Referee: Jarred Gillett
Assistants: Adam Nunn and Neil Davies
Fourth official: Anthony Taylor
VAR: Michael Oliver
Assistant VAR: Scott Ledger

Chelsea v Leeds United 

Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Assistants: Dan Cook and Dan Robathan
Fourth official: Tony Harrington
VAR: Mike Dean
Assistant VAR: Mark Scholes

Liverpool v Aston Villa

Referee: Stuart Attwell
Assistants: Harry Lennard and Simon Long
Fourth official: Graham Scott
VAR: Lee Mason
Assistant VAR: Simon Beck

Norwich City v Manchester United (KO: 17:30)

Referee: Darren England
Assistants: Constantine Hatzidakis and Peter Kirkup
Fourth official: Andy Madley
VAR: John Brooks
Assistant VAR: Eddie Smart

Sunday 12th December

Burnley v West Ham United (KO: 14:00)

Referee: Graham Scott
 Assistants: Darren Cann and Richard West
 Fourth official: Craig Pawson
 VAR: Jonathan Moss
 Assistant VAR: Timothy Wood

Leicester City v Newcastle United (KO: 14:00)

Referee: Peter Bankes
Assistants: Gary Beswick and Ian Hussin
Fourth official: Anthony Taylor
VAR: Paul Tierney
Assistant VAR: Lee Betts

Crystal Palace v Everton (KO: 16:30)

Referee: Andy Madley
Assistants: Adrian Holmes and Simon Beck
Fourth official: Tony Harrington
VAR: Stuart Attwell
Assistant VAR: Harry Lennard

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