Mike Jones will be the man in charge when Leeds make the trip to Newcastle United for their Capital One League Cup tie on Wednesday night.
The Chester official has taken charge of 4 games so far this season showing 16 yellow cards and 1 red.
Last season, the Premier League official showed 85 yellow cards and 3 reds in his 31 games.
The 45-year-old has been on the national list since 1997 and he has taken charge of Newcastle on 10 previous occasions with the winning 3, drawing 3 and losing 4.
His last game in charge of the magpies was in April when they drew 1-1 at West Brom.
He has taken charge of Leeds on 11 occasions with them winning 5, drawing 3 and losing 3.
The last time he took charge of Leeds was in March when he awarded them a penalty that clinched the game in the 1-0 home win over Millwall.
Referee: MICHAEL JONES (Chester)
Assistants: Michael Mullarkey and Ian Hussin
Fourth Official: Paul Tierney
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