England vs Ukraine referee: Who are the match officials for the Euro 2024 qualifier?
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England take on Ukraine at Wembley on Saturday in their second Euro 2024 qualifer. But who is the referee, and the other match officials, for the fixture?
Gareth Southgate's side are looking for their second consecutive win in their qualifying group, having defeated reigning champions Italy 2-1 in Naples on Thursday.
In a repeat of the Euro 2020 final, the Three Lions had to work hard for the victory, and played the last 10 minutes, plus stoppage time, with 10 men after Luke Shaw received two yellow cards.
Now back at Wembley, England will be looking to extend an unbeaten run at the stadium that stretches back to 2020 against a Ukraine side that have qualified for each of the last three European Championships.
Let's see who the officials are for the Euro 2024 qualifying clash.
England vs Ukraine referee: Who are the match officials?
England vs Ukraine will be officiated by Dutch referee Serdar Gozubuyuk, who has been a FIFA-listed official since 2012.
He also took charge of Celtic's 1-1 draw against Shakhtar Donetsk in the group stages.
Gozubuyuk averages 3.64 yellow cards per game across his 25 recorded matches this season, as per WhoScored, and has shown three red cards.
He has also officiated matches in the Nations League, World Cup qualifiers and European Championship qualifiers before today's assignment.
The other match officials for England vs Ukraine (as per Law 5 - The Referee) are as follows:
Assistant Referees: Erwin E.J. Zeinstra, Johan Balder (NED)
Fourth Official: Richard Wilhelmus Martens (NED)
VAR Official: Pol van Boekel (NED)
VAR Assistant: Jeroen Manschot (NED)