- Colin Cranmer
Jonathan Moss to take charge of City's Carabao Cup fourth round match away at West Ham
Jon Moss has been appointed referee at the London Stadium on Wednesday when Manchester City travel to the capital to face a in form West Ham side in a tricky looking fourth round clash.
Jon Moss' most recent outing involving Manchester City came at the Etihad last month when the blues' were held to a 0-0 draw by Southampton, with Moss rewarding the visitors a penalty for a challenge by Kyle Walker in the second half but then overturning his decision after being instructed to take a second look on the monitor by the VAR officials. In total Moss has has taken on 34 matches involving the sky blues, with City winning 27, drawing 5 and losing just 2 - against Arsenal and Liverpool. Coincidentally the Sunderland born official was referee when City last met West Ham in the League Cup - Moss took the first leg of the semi-final back in 2014 when a Edin Dzeko hat-trick inspired City to a 6-0 win at the Etihad, effectively ending the tie there and then.
Referee: Jonathan Moss
Assistants: Marc Perry and Timothy Wood
Fourth Official: Andre Marriner
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