Paul Tierney will take charge of Manchester City versus Nottingham Forest on Wednesday evening.
Manchester City will be looking to extend their unbeaten start to the season in midweek, after an emphatic comeback win over Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Erling Haaland scored an impressive second-half hat-trick, as the Premier League Champions came back from 2-0 down to beat the Eagles 4-2.
Saturday's victory was the Blues' third of the campaign, with attention quickly turning to Wednesday’s clash with newly promoted Nottingham Forest.
City face the Midlands based club for the first time in over a decade, with the last meeting coming in the FA Cup in 2009.
Ahead of Wednesday, the Premier League have confirmed match officials for the fixture.
Paul Tierney will take charge of proceedings at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday.
The 41 year-old, who was the referee for Chelsea's clash with Leicester City on Saturday afternoon, has officiated three games so far this season.
Last season, Tierney took charge of 34 matches, showing 119 yellow cards and five red cards.
The referees last game involving Manchester City was in April, when the Blues beat Leeds United 4-0 at Elland Road.
Tierney will accompanied at the Etihad Stadium by Assistant Referees Neil Davies and Timothy Wood.
Video Assistant Referees
Recently retired referee Mike Dean will be overviewing proceedings from Stockley Park, after the 54 year-old was appointed as the Video Assistant Referee.
Dean will be alongside Adrian Holmes, who has been named as the Assistant Video Assistant Referee.
John Brooks has been named as the Fourth Official for the match, with the referee overseeing conduct within the two dugouts, and the behaviour of managers Pep Guardiola and Steve Cooper.
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