Former Wasps player Nic Berry will oversee England’s crunch match against Italy in Round Four of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations on Saturday.
The Australian, who oversaw France’s convincing 27-10 win over Scotland in the last round, will be assisted by Paul Williams and Andrew Brace, while Irishman Simon McDowell will be the TMO (kick-off 4.45pm).
Earlier on Saturday, the battle between Scotland and Wales will be officiated by the experienced Pascal Gauzère (kick-off 2.15pm).
The Frenchman, who made his own Championship debut in 2011 when Scotland faced Ireland, ran the line for the equivalent 2019 game in early February as Ireland ran out 22-13 winners in Edinburgh.
He will be assisted by Englishman Luke Pearce – who was the main man in the middle when Scotland faced Italy in the opening round.
The other assistant will be Federico Anselmi while Marius Jonker is on TMO duty.
Finally, Sunday’s fixture will see Ireland and France battle it out to close in on the top two – and that match will be refereed by Ben O’Keeffe (kick-off 3pm).
It is the New Zealander’s first game as an official this Championship, having made his bow in 2016.
He will be helped by Angus Gardner and Karl Dickson while Ben Skeen will be the TMO.