Find out who has been appointed to officiate the penultimate fixtures in the Sky Bet Championship

Written by Nathan Mattick and Joe Larkin

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Premier League Match Official Appointments - Matchweek 37

Friday 17th July 

Huddersfield Town v West Bromwich Albion (KO: 17:30)

Referee: John Brooks
Assistant Referees: Paul Hodskinson and Akil Howson
Fourth Official: Matthew Donohue

Saturday 18th July

Stoke City v Brentford (KO: 12:30)

Referee: Geoff Eltringham
Assistant Referees: Nick Greenhalgh and Mark Dwyer
Fourth Official: David Webb

Charlton Athletic v Wigan Athletic (KO: 12:30)

Referee: Gavin Ward
Assistant Referees: Graham Kane and Ian Cooper
Fourth Official: Darren Drysdale

Blackburn Rovers v Reading

Referee: Tim Robinson
Assistant Referees: James Wilson and Jonathan Hunt
Fourth Official: Christopher Sarginson

Fulham v Sheffield Wednesday

Referee: Darren England
Assistant Referees: Darren Blunden and Robert Hyde
Fourth Official: James Oldham

Hull City v Luton Town

Referee: Robert Jones
Assistant Referees:
Shaun Hudson and James Mainwaring
Fourth Official: Jarred Gillett

Middlesbrough v Cardiff City

Referee: Jeremy Simpon
Assistant Referees: Richard Wild and Mark Jones
Fourth Official: Andy Haines

Preston North End v Birmingham City

Referee: Stephen Martin
Assistant Referees: Andrew Fox and Geoffrey Russell
Fourth Official: Sebastian Stockbridge

Queens Park Rangers v Millwall

Referee: James Linington
Assistant Referees: Nigel Lugg and Mark Pottage
Fourth Official: Keith Stroud

Swansea City v Bristol City

Referee: Darren Bond
Assistant Referees: Timothy Wood and Philip Dermott
Fourth Official: Andy Woolmer

Sunday 19th July 

Derby County v Leeds United (KO: 14:00)

Referee: Oliver Langford
Assistant Referees: Matthew McGrath and Michael George
Fourth Official: Dean Whitestone

Barnsley v Nottingham Forest

Referee: Scott Duncan
Assistant Referees: Sam Lewis and Matt Foley
Fourth Official: Tony Harrington

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