Charles Breakspear is the man in charge when Rovers head to Oxford United on Saturday.
The Surrey-born official took charge of his first National League match in 2012, a game which saw Ebbsfleet host Braintree and ended 1-0 to the visitors. In that match, Breakspear handed out seven yellow cards and two reds.
Breakspear joined the National List of Referees in 2013. The first EFL game he took charge of was a 1-0 home win for York over Northampton in Sky Bet League Two. In that game, he awarded five yellow cards and one red.
It has been two years – almost to the day – since Breakspear took charge of a Rovers match. Rovers hosted Exeter on April 29, 2017 and were beaten 3-1 by the Grecians. James Coppinger scored Rovers' only goal of that game with four Rovers players picking up yellow cards.
Breakspear has overseen 41 matches in the current campaign awarding 133 yellow cards and 12 reds. On Saturday, he will be assisted by Marc Wilkson and Darren Wilding. Justin Amey is the fourth official.
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