Referee Daniel Laryea has been appointed to officiate the Ghana Premier League matchday 30 game between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko on Sunday.
The FIFA referee will take charge of the biggest game of the season at the Accra Sports Stadium between the two league title contenders.
He will be assisted by Kwasi Brobbey, Patrick Papala and Benjamin Sefa as the fourth assistant.
Daniel Laryea is regarded as one of the best referees in the country and is expected to handle this crucial fixture which could be a decider for the league title on Sunday should Hearts of Oak win their game against Legon Cities on Thursday.
Asante Kotoko defeated Karela United 2-1 at the Len Clay Sports Stadium on Wednesday to go top of the Premier League with 56 points.
Hearts of Oak could level up with a win against Legon Cities ahead of the game on Sunday.