A huge week is coming up in Manchester City’s quest to secure Champions League football for next season, with trips to both Arsenal and Chelsea within days of each other.
Two high-profile referees have been appointed to oversee these games, which will go a long way to defining the Premier League table as we enter the closing stages of the season.
First up is City’s trip to the Emirates to face Arsenal, and it will be 46-year-old Andre Marriner who has the whistle for that game.
Arsenal vs. Manchester City (Sky Sports)
Referee: Andre Marriner
Assistants: S Beck, R West
Fourth official: C Pawson
Then on Wednesday, City travel to Stamford Bridge, home of runaway league leaders Chelsea. It will be 48-year-old Wirral native, Mike Dean, given the task of officiating one of the season’s biggest fixtures.
Chelsea vs. Manchester City (BT Sport)
Referee: Mike Dean
Assistants: J Collin, S Long
Fourth official: B Madley