Premier League referee Chris Foy will be the man in charge when Leeds United travel to Birmingham City on Wednesday night.
The Merseyside official has taken charge of 7 games so far this season, showing 19 yellow cards (2.71 per game) and 4 reds.
His figures were dramatically increased after officiating the Queens Park Rangers and Chelsea game on Sunday, where he issued 9 yellow cards and 2 reds.
Last season he took control of 34 games, showing 89 yellow cards (2.61 per game) and 4 reds.
The last time he took charge of Birmingham was towards the end of last season when they were beaten 2-1 at Newcastle United in a game where Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell was shown a red card.
His last game in charge of Leeds was also last season when he sent off Nottingham Forest player Chris Cohen in a 4-1 Leeds win.
In his only other game in charge of Leeds last season, they also won that, 2-1 at Middlesbrough.
Foy was the referee in charge of January 3rd 2010 when Leeds United won 1-0 at Manchester United.
Referee: Chris J. Foy (Merseyside)
Assistants: Richard West & Peter Bankes
Fourth official: Darren Deadman
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