Fabrizio Pasqua will take charge of Inter’s Serie A fixture at Parma on Thursday.
Inter will be looking to build on yesterday’s win over Genoa with another strong performance against Roberto D’Avera’s struggling side.
The 38-year-old referee, who has been officiating in Serie A since 2013, will be assisted by Alessandro Giallatini and Dario Cecconi at the Stadio Ennio Tardini, while Eugenio Abbattista will fulfil the duties of the fourth official.
Daniele Doveri is due to be in charge of VAR where he will be assisted by Daniele Bindoni.
Pasqua will be refereeing his 13th match in all competitions this season and while it will be the first time he takes charge of Parma, it will be the third time he oversees a match involving Inter.
Pasqua refereed the Nerazzurri’s 3-1 away win over Cagliari on matchday 11 as well as their 4-0 home win over Benevento on matchday 20.
This will be the second time that Inter and Parma face-off this season and the previous meeting, which took place at San Siro, ended 2-2 back in October.