Italian referee Daniele Chiffi will officiate Lazio’s upcoming Serie A clash against AC Milan this weekend.

As reported by Italian media outlet LazioNews24 earlier today, the 36-year-old Italian referee will oversee the match on Sunday evening, his ninth time in charge of a match featuring the Biancocelesti.

Below is the full officiating team for the match:

  • Referee: Daniele Chiffi
  • Assistants: Stefano Liberti and Mauro Galetto
  • Fourth Official: Luca Zufferli
  • VAR: Maurizio Mariani
  • Assistant VAR: Filippo Meli

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Chiffi has officiated eight Lazio games in the past, starting with the match against Empoli on 7th February 2019, where he gave the Roman club a penalty that secured the three points.

He also oversaw the match against Chievo Verona later that season in April, which ended 2-1 for the Gialloblu.

In addition, the 36-year-old Italian referee was in charge of a 2-1 win over Sassuolo in October 2019, as well as a 5-1 thrashing over Sampdoria in January 2020.

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Last season, Chiffi officiated four Lazio games, all of which ended in wins for the Roman club against Torino 4-3, Spezia 2-1, Atalanta 3-1 and Hellas Verona 1-0.

He has given Lazio players 14 yellow cards in total, two red cards (both against Chievo Verona) and awarded the club four penalty kicks.