Find out who has been appointed to officiate the fixtures on the final day of Sky Bet Championship season

Written by Nathan Mattick

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Sky Bet Championship Match Official Appointments 17/19 July

All matches kick-off at 19:30

Wednesday 22nd July

Birmingham City v Derby County 

Referee: Tim Robinson
Assistant Referees: Robert Merchant and Nik Barnard
Fourth Official: Oliver Langford

Brentford v Barnsley

Referee: Robert Jones
Assistant Referees: Graham Kane and Timothy Wood
Fourth Official: Dean Whitestone

Bristol City v Preston North End 

Referee: Andy Woolmer
Assistant Referees: Mark Jones and Adam Crysell
Fourth Official: John Busby 

 Cardiff City v Hull City 

Referee: James Linington
Assistant Referees: Nigel Lugg and Lee Venamore
Fourth Official: Michael Salisbury

Leeds United v Charlton Athletic 

Referee: Geoff Eltringham
Assistant Referees: Andrew Fox and Jonathan Hunt
Fourth Official: David Webb

Luton Town v Blackburn Rovers

Referee: Darren Bond
Assistant Referees: Mark Pottage and Mark Russell
Fourth Official: Ollie Yates

Millwall v Huddersfield Town 

Referee: Keith Stroud
Assistant Referees: Adrian Waters and Matt Foley
Fourth Official: Charles Breakspear

Nottingham Forest v Stoke City 

Referee: Gavin Ward
Assistant Referees: Richard Wild and Philip Dermott
Fourth Official: Tony Harrington

Reading v Swansea City

Referee: Stephen Martin
Assistant Referees: Ian Cooper and Mark Scholes
Fourth Official: Joshua Smith

Sheffield Wednesday v Middlesbrough 

Referee: Jarred Gillett
Assistant Referees: Steven Meredith and Shaun Hudson
Fourth Official: Scott Duncan

West Bromwich Albion v Queens Park Rangers 

Referee: Darren England
Assistant Referees: James Mainwaring and Nick Greenhalgh
Fourth Official: Jeremy Simpson

Wigan Athletic v Fulham 

Referee: John Brooks
Assistant Referees: Akil Howson and Mark Dwyer
Fourth Official: Matthew Donohue

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