Daniele Chiffi has been appointed as the referee for this weekend’s Serie A clash between Inter and Genoa at San Siro.
The 36-year-old, who has been a referee in the Italian top flight since 2014, will referee his 12th match across all competitions this season when he takes charge of the match between the Nerazzurri and Rossoblu on Sunday afternoon.
He will be assisted by Stefano Del Giovane and Christian Rossi while Eugenio Abbattista will be the fourth official for the match between first and 11th place, who are separated by no less than 27 points.
Paolo Silvio Mazzoleni will be in charge of VAR for the match while Mauro Vivenzi will act as his assistant.
It will be the first time this campaign that Chiffi referees a match involving Inter but it will be the second time he referees a match involving Genoa.
Chiffi refereed Genoa’s 3-2 loss away to Juventus in the last 16 of the Coppa Italia in the middle of January.
Inter will be looking to go further clear at the top of Serie A this weekend, having opened up a four-point gap over AC Milan with victory in Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina.