Nicola Rizzoli will take charge of this Saturday’s Serie A meeting between Milan and Juventus at the San Siro.
The 42-year-old, who presided over the World Cup final in Brazil, has officiated the Bianconeri on 27 previous occasions, with 12 victories, nine draws and six defeats recorded under his stewardship.
Among these are four previous clashes of Juventus and Milan, which have produced two triumphs apiece. The last meeting came at the San Siro on 25 November 2012, when Robinho’s penalty enabled the hosts to seal a 1-0 success.
Rizzoli will be supported in Milan by assistant referees Padovan and Dobosz, goal-line officials Rocchi and Gervasoni and fourth official Vuoto.