Check out the Premier League match official appointments for matchweek 31 below.

Written by Nathan Mattick

Friday 9th April 

Fulham v Wolverhampton Wanderers (KO: 20:00)

Referee: Jonathan Moss
Assistants: Marc Perry and Dan Robathan
Fourth official: Robert Jones
VAR: David Coote
Assistant VAR: Stephen Child

Saturday 10th April 

Manchester City v Leeds United (KO: 12:30)

Referee: Andre Marriner
Assistants: Scott Ledger and Richard West
Fourth official: Peter Bankes
VAR: David Coote
Assistant VAR: Peter Kirkup

Liverpool v Aston Villa 

Referee: Paul Tierney
Assistants: Simon Bennett and Constantine Hatzidakis
Fourth official: Chris Kavanagh
VAR: Andy Madley
Assistant VAR: Adrian Holmes

Crystal Palace v Chelsea (KO: 17:30)

Referee: Michael Oliver
Assistants: Stuart Burt and Dan Cook
Fourth official: Graham Scott
VAR: Mike Dean
Assistant VAR: Ian Hussin

Sunday 11th April 

Burnley v Newcastle United (KO: 12:00)

Referee: Anthony Taylor
Assistants: Gary Beswick and Lee Betts
Fourth official: Paul Tierney
VAR: Stuart Attwell
Assistant VAR: Nick Hopton

West Ham United v Leicester City (KO: 14:05)

Referee: Mike Dean
Assistants: Ian Hussin and Mark Scholes
Fourth official: Simon Hooper
VAR: Michael Oliver
Assistant VAR: Dan Cook

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (KO: 16:30)

Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Assistants: Adam Nunn and Sian Massey-Ellis
Fourth official: Andre Marriner
VAR: Craig Pawson
Assistant VAR: Harry Lennard

Sheffield United v Arsenal (KO: 19:00)

Referee: Peter Bankes
Assistants: Neil Davies and James Mainwaring
Fourth official: Lee Mason
VAR: Jarred Gillett
Assistant VAR: Stephen Child

Monday 12th April 

West Bromwich Albion v Southampton (KO: 18:00)

Referee: Simon Hooper
Assistants: Harry Lennard and Derek Eaton
Fourth official: Craig Pawson
VAR: Kevin Friend
Assistant VAR: Simon Beck

Brighton & Hove Albion v Everton (KO: 20:15)

Referee: Darren England
Assistants: Simon Long and Timothy Wood
Fourth official: Graham Scott
VAR: Jonathan Moss
Assistant VAR: Simon Bennett

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