Carl Brook will be the man in charge when Rovers travel to Ipswich Town on Tuesday evening.
This is the Sussex-based official’s second season as an EFL match referee following four seasons in the National League.
Tuesday will mark just the second time the 45-year-old has overseen a Rovers game – he previously took charge of Rovers' away victory over Burton Albion in December 2020. He booked two Rovers players that day with Andy Butler and Taylor Richards both receiving cards.
So far this season, Brook has taken charge of eight games handing out 37 yellow cards and three reds.
On Tuesday, he will be assisted by Andrew Aylott and Darren Blunden. The fourth official will be Paul Howard.