The referee has been announced for Saturday’s SkyBet Championship clash between Wolves and Aston Villa.
Tony Harrington will take charge of the evening kick-off at Molineux, which will be televised live on Sky Sports (KO 17:30 GMT).
The Cleveland whistler has will be assisted for the Midlands derby by Ian Cooper (Kent) and Timothy Wood (Gloucestershire), with Jeremy Simpson (Lancashire) acting as fourth official.
Harrington – a Select Group 2 referee – will oversee his 21st game of the season in all competitions this weekend, which will be his 16th in the second tier.
He has so far brandished 87 yellow cards, sent off two players and awarded two penalties.
Harrington was the subject of criticism from Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez after his side’s victory over Cardiff in November for not protecting his players enough.
After four years as an EFL assistant referee and four years in the National League and National League North, he was promoted to the Football League referees list at the start of the 2012-13 season.
Despite collecting the most bookings in the league this season, Villa are yet to receive a single red card – a statistic which could change in the hotbed of a derby atmosphere, albeit Harrington has a lenient reputation.
The game will see Wolves boss Paul Lambert face his old club for the first time since leaving in February 2015 on a day when the memory of Graham Taylor, who managed both clubs, will be honoured.
You can see the rest of the EFL match official appointments for this weekend here.